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Arthritis Walk – Southeastern Wisconsin set for May

The Arthritis Foundation Upper Midwest Region (AFUMR) will hold its Arthritis Walk – Southeastern Wisconsin on May 19. This one-day walk event raises funds and awareness to help fight arthritis, which affects 1 in 5 adults and 300,000 kids. The AFUMR is seeking participants to take part in the fight against arthritis. Participants can register online at www.AWSoutheasternWI.kintera.org, or at the event. Registration is free, and participants that raise $100 will receive a free t-shirt.

The Arthritis Walk – Southeastern Wisconsin will be held at University Lake School, 4024 Nagawicka Road, Hartland. Participants can choose between a one-mile or threemile walk route.

The walk is fully supported and features snacks, water and entertainment. Those not interested in walking are urged to volunteer on the day of the walk, call 800-333-1380 for more information.

This year, the Arthritis Foundation expects 225 people to participate in the Arthritis Walk – Southeastern Wisconsin and raise more than $15,000 to help fund programs and services for the estimated 2.2 million people living with arthritis in the Upper Midwest Region area which includes Minnesota, Wisconsin, North Dakota and South Dakota.

“Arthritis should not be seen as something that comes with age,” Dr. John H. Klippel, president and CEO of the Arthritis Foundation. “We can take steps to prevent and control arthritis by doing things like exercising, eating a balanced diet and educating ourselves on how to live a healthy lifestyle. Participating in the Arthritis Walk is a step in the right direction for anyone who wants to make difference in the fight against arthritis and improve their overall health.”

The Arthritis Foundation Upper Midwest Region will hold 10 Arthritis Walks this year to raise money to fund programs and services. The Arthritis Walk is the signature event of the Arthritis Foundation and takes place in numerous communities across the country.