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Team WSA: Falmouth Road Race

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TEAM WSA TAKES ON THE FALMOUTH ROAD RACE, AUGUST 16, 2015

Team WSA (Jillian Richard-Daniels, Laura Spinney, Nanci Walsh, and Jillian and Johnathon Nickerson) will be running the New Balance Falmouth Road Race in honor of their children, Ethan Daniels, Michaela Spinney, Coleman Walsh, and Jordan Nickerson and all individuals with Williams syndrome. Their goal is to raise awareness about Williams syndrome (WS) and generate funding for the programs and initiatives supported by the Williams Syndrome Association.

Founded in 1982, the Williams Syndrome Association (WSA) is the most comprehensive resource for people and families living with Williams syndrome (WS).  The WSA helps families navigate the challenges from diagnosis through adulthood by providing:
  • Information on the latest medical and education research
  • A strong and supportive community to connect with other WS families
  • Educational opportunities, such as webinars and national conferences
  • Direct programming and support for individuals and families
There is no other organization as dedicated to individuals with WS and their families as the WSA, so please consider making donation today. Eighty-nine cents of every dollar contributed to the WSA goes directly to families through programs, scholarships, and medical assistance!   By supporting the WSA, you will help create opportunities for Ethan, Michaela, Coleman, and Jordan.
 
Thank you in advance for your generosity and ongoing support - Team WSA
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