Join in the fight against diabetes at Beef 'O’ Brady’s in Richmond Hill next Thursday, Sept. 20 from 5 p.m.-close and help raise funds for the American Diabetes Association (ADA).
Beef 'O’ Brady’s will donate 15 percent of all food and soft drink sales for this one night only to support the ADA’s signature fall fundraising event, Walk on the Wild Side.
Beef ‘O’ Brady’s is a national chain of family sports pubs that features a moderately priced kids menu and video games. Beef ‘O’ Brady’s is actually best known for its Buffalo-style chicken wings.
Support Walk on the Wild Side’s Team Kroger Pharmacy in Richmond Hill to raise money and help find a cure. This will be a fun-filled evening of food and drinks with friends while raising money for a good cause!
Please bring the invitation and present it to the Beef 'O’ Brady server.
Beef 'O’ Brady’s is located at 10010 Ford Avenue. For more information, please call the ADA Office at 353-8110, ext. 3093, or Beef 'O’ Brady’s at 756-4216.
Walk on the Wild Side is a wonderful event where family, friends, and co-workers will come together on Saturday, Oct. 13 at 10 a.m. for a delicious breakfast before heading off on the trails of Oatland Island Wildlife Center.
The two-mile route winds through nature trails and past wildlife exhibits. Walkers will have the opportunity to see many native animals, including wolves and bears while exercising for a great cause.
Take advantage of fun and exciting activities at the Health & Fitness Festival, including free blood glucose and blood pressure screenings, kids fitness information and professional on-site advice on medications with free literature on health topics.
There is also live music, face painting, Bounce Around, the Sand Gnats Pitching tent and complimentary massages by Savannah School of Massage Therapy.
This is a great way to come spend a morning at our area’s only walking safari and help support the annual signature fall fundraising event for the American Diabetes Association.
The ADA serves the 20,000 people in the community afflicted with this disease with information, patient support, public awareness, and funding for research.
The American Diabetes Association mission is to prevent and cure diabetes and to improve the lives of all people affected by diabetes.