Bark for Life Raises Money for Cancer

The American Cancer Society Bark For Life is a noncompetitive walk event for dogs and their owners at Reverchon Park that will raise funds and awareness for the American Cancer Society's fight against cancer Saturday, May 26 from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.

Do you love pets? Has your life been touched by cancer in some way? Honor your canine companions and loved ones at Bark For Life. Cancer survivors are the VIPs of the event, and even those without a furry friend can find plenty of activities to enjoy. And for the Foodies, five of Dallas' food trucks will be there. Which ones, you ask?

  • Ruthie's Rolling Cafe
  • Arctic Shaved Ice
  • Rock and Roll Taco
  • City Street Grille
  • Trailer Cakes

A minimum $10 donation is required for entry to the event, and special gifts will be given to those who can donate more. Sign up now: relayforlife.org/barkdallastx

Top Reasons you don't want to miss Bark For Life:

  • Cool T-shirt, Pet Bandanna, & GOODY bag with $25 Entry Donation!
  • AWARDS for Dog Contests & Games including Bobbing for Hot Dogs, Best Trick, Dog & Owner look-a-like and more!
  • Family friendly activities, Pet Photos, Face Painting, & a Raffle Drawing with GREAT PRIZES!
  • Enjoy food, samples, & GIVEAWAYS from local businesses involved in your community!
  • ADOPT a new family member from one of the featured Dallas Animal Rescue Groups!
  • Most of all, have FUN while helping raise funds & awareness for The American Cancer Society’s fight against cancer!

Who: American Cancer Society
What: A walk and fun-filled day to raise funds and awareness for cancer that your furry friends can participate in too!
When: Saturday, May 26, 2012
9:10 Opening Ceremony
9:35 Survivor Celebration
9:45 Ceremonial Walk
10:00-1:00 Dog Contests & Games
11:30 Remember Ceremony
1:00 Raffle Drawing
1:20 Fight Back/Closing Ceremony
Where: Reverchon Park (Map)
Cost to Register: $10 Donation to enter
$15 Entry +  doggie bandana
$20 Entry + event t-shirt
$25 All three!
How to Register: Visit relayforlife.org/barkdallastx

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