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Walk MS: San Antonio

WHO & WHAT Walk MS: San Antonio will unite hundreds of San Antonio residents to support the National Multiple Sclerosis Society and are expected to raise more than $350,000 for cutting-edge research, programs and services benefitting the thousands impacted by multiple sclerosis (MS). The fundraising event begins at Texas A&M University – San Antonio and offers a one-mile or five-mile fully accessible route. Participants are invited to enjoy refreshments and entertainment before and after the event. Visit walkms.org to register to walk, volunteer or donate. Event day activities will begin at 8:00 a.m., followed by a 9:00 a.m. start time.

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