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George Sasse ALS Ruck March
George Sasse ALS Ruck March
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Date/Time
Date(s) - 08/31/2013
8:00 am - 2:00 pm

Location
First Landing State Park

A 5 Mile Run, Rucksack benefit – $20 to Register : All proceeds go to help George and his family in their time of need.

In March of this year, Special Warfare Boat Operator Senior Chief (Ret) George Sasse was diagnosed with ALS or better known as Lou Gehrig’s disease. This disease has rapidly taken its toll on George from the waist up making it very difficult for him to eat or speak. It will very soon incapacitate him to the point that he will not be able to walk or care for himself. Eventually, it will take his life.

Purchase raffle tickets and after the march we will meet at The Back Deck restaurant in Norfolk to giveaway prizes.

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