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SBI-Ft Lauderdale Diabetes Walk

November 4, 2013 SBI-Fort Lauderdale 0 Comments

Students and staff from Team SBI – Fort Lauderdale participated in Step Out: Walk to Stop Diabetes and walked 3.2 miles through Huizenga Park and Las Olas Riverwalk in Fort Lauderdale, Florida on Saturday, October 26, 2013. Our team joined 1,846 Walkers who raised $205,489.20 for the American Diabetes Association! Thanks to all the students, staff, friends, and family members for fundraising, and walking during the event.

Sanford Brown Fort Lauderdale Diabetes WalkVolunteers Who Walked at the Event: Eugenia Guevara, Medical Assisting Student; Marisol Vazquez, Medical Assisting Student; Kerlyann Centeno, Veterinary Technology Student; Alexander Ortiz, Family Member; Aivalina Ortiz, Family Member; Salena Coller, Librarian; Kiana Heard, Veterinary Technology Student; Cinthya Kuniyoshi, Veterinary Technology Student; Brandon Goderich, Friend.

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