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Bill Bottino Mud Run 2014



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Dare to Get Dirty!  Join us on Saturday, September 20th at New Jersey Motorsports Park for the Bill Bottino Mud Run.  Proceeds from this fun event go towards helping the fight against cancer.


The Mud Run includes:
  • 4 miles of new mucky obstacle challenges
  • Yummy BBQ!
  • Prizes for largest team, highest fundraising team, highest individual fundraiser, and fastest fighting four teams!
  • Pick your start time- morning or afternoon waves!
  • Fun-filled tailgating option available!
  • Live music, kids zone, 50/50 Raffles, auctions and more!
  • New fundraising incentives. Collect each item as you reach a higher level!
  • Teams and costumes encouraged!

 

Register before April 16, 2014 for a discounted price of $49!  Registration includes a T-shirt, BBQ lunch and the participation fee.

Support our Kennedy Mud Run Team - Team KICK (Kennedy Inspired Cancer Kickers)!  Click here to join the team or to donate!

For more information and to register online, click here to visit the NJ Mud Run website.

Key Patient Contacts

Louise M. Baca RN MSN - Cancer Center Administrator
856-218-5321

Oncology Nurse Navigator
Appointment scheduling and treatment navigation.
856-218-5324

Abigale Hassel, MSW, LCSW, OSW-C - Social Worker
Patient support and information.
856-218-5322

Cancer Center Accreditations

Commission on Cancer, ACR, NAPBC, Screening Center of Excellence

Upcoming Classes

Tai Chi - 02/15/2016
Tai Chi is a Chinese slow motion exercise designed to promote good health and longevity by circulating internal energy or 'chi.' Benefits include promoting relaxation and reducing stress. Anyone can do it regardless of age or condition. Great by itself or complements other exercises, lowers blood pressure, improves balance and coordination, slows and improves breathing and builds strength and vitality for cancer patients during and after treatment.

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HOPE - Helping Oncology Patients Exercise - 02/15/2016
Open to adult cancer patients of all ages and fitness levels. Research suggests exercise can help cancer patients reduce pain, nausea, anxiety and fatigue, improve ability to perform daily activities and enhance mood.

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