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Susan G. Komen Maine Race for the Cure Coming Sunday

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Susan G. Komen Maine Race for the Cure - Bangor

Color the Bangor Waterfront “pink” on September 15, for the 17th Annual Susan G. Komen Maine Race for the Cure! Join thousands of people in support of this great cause. 75% of net funds remain right here in the State of Maine to fund education, screening and treatment programs. 25% of net funds go to the Susan G. Komen for the Cure Grants Program, funding cutting edge breast cancer research.

Sally Bilancia, Executive Director of the Komen Maine Affiliate, said, “The Bangor Race for the Cure began in 1997, and are excited to continue the tradition so that our supporters have the opportunity to contribute to help Maine residents fight this disease and join together to support family and friends.”

Ways to Register
• Online registration is open at www.komenmaine.org through Friday at 4pm.
• Visit the Race Store at the Broadway Shopping Center. Whether you want to register in person or just pick up your Race t-shirt in advance, stop by our Race store located at the Broadway Shopping Center, between H&R Block and Sherwin Williams. Store hours will be Wednesday, Thursday and Friday, from 4-8 p.m. and Saturday, from 9-2 p.m.
• Can’t sign up before Race Day? Register at the Bangor Waterfront on Sunday before 9:30am.

For additional information about the Race, visit komenmaine.org.

The Komen Race for the Cure® started in Dallas, TX in 1983 with 800 participants. Today, the Komen Race for the Cure® series is the largest 5K series in the world. To date, the Komen Maine Affiliate has invested more than $3 million in the state of Maine to education, screening and treatment programs, as well as over $840,000 to breast cancer research through the Susan G. Komen for the Cure® grants program. Nearly $500,000 has returned to Maine in the form of research grants through that program.

The Susan G. Komen for the Cure Promise: to save lives and end breast cancer forever by empowering people, ensuring quality care for all and energizing science to find the cures.