Saturday, May 17, 2014
Independence Grove, Libertyville
Spend the day in beautiful Independence Grove with your family and friends while raising awareness and funds to support the lifesaving services of the American Cancer Society.
Walk & Roll of Lake County is a 5-mile walk, 10-mile skate or 15-mile bike ride followed by entertainment and a picnic generously provided by Aramark at Grainger. It's a celebration of the fundraising efforts of teams and individuals throughout the season.
On-site registration begins at 8 a.m. with opening ceremonies kicking off at 9 a.m. and the first lap immediately following. Participants who register online and do not have additional money to turn in on the day of event do not need to stop by the registration tent on May 17. Find more Day of Event details here.
Still not sure you want to join? We're hosting a Community Information night at Fine's 1978 where you can learn more. Ready to get involved? Scroll down and choose how you'd like to make a difference in the fight against cancer!
Interested sponsors can click here to learn more.
We have raised $16,940.00 to Finish the Fight!
Total above may not reflect all donations
About Walk &Roll
For over 40 years the American Cancer Society’s Walk & Roll has raised funds to fight cancer. Because of our progress in detecting, treating and preventing cancer, hundreds of more birthdays are celebrated every day. But we need your help to light even more candles.
Come celebrate at Walk & Roll, the premier birthday celebration for cancer survivors and Illinois' longest-running cancer fundraiser.
Raise funds to fight all cancers, fulfilling the gift every cancer patient wants- another birthday!
Who knew fighting cancer could be so much fun? This family-friendly event has something for everyone, no matter your age or ability.
- Choose to walk, bike or skate- wagons, strollers, tricycles and wheelchairs are welcome, too.
- Participate individually or form a team with co-workers, friends and family.
- Whether your loved one has won or lost their battle, there's a place for you.