Juvenile Diabetes Foundation Sponsoring Events in Kanawha, Putnam Counties ; Fundraisers for Juvenile Diabetes Research, Awareness

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Juvenile Diabetes Foundation Sponsoring Events in Kanawha, Putnam Counties ; Fundraisers for Juvenile Diabetes Research, Awareness


Calwell, Ben, The Charleston Gazette (Charleston, WV)


bcalwell@cnpapers.com 304-348-5188

The West Virgina Branch of the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation is having two events in the coming weeks to raise money for research and to bring more awareness of juvenile diabetes to the public. The first event is a Walk For a Cure, beginning with registration at noon, Sunday, May 18, at the State Capitol Complex in Charleston. The walk begins at 2 p.m., and there will be activities for children and medical representatives to talk with parents and adults. Lunch will be provided.

Early registration is encouraged, but not required. To register, visit www.jdrf.org, or call Tammy Owen, 304-549-9181.

The event is open to the public and includes adults with Type 1 diabetes as well as children with Type 1.

A second JDRF event, the Spring Bling Teays Valley Craft & Vendor fundraiser, runs from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday, May 24, at 4216 W.Va. 34, Teays Valley (across from Liberty Square).

The Spring Bling will offer merchandise from local crafters and other vendors. There will be shopping, music and concessions, plus free gift bags for the first 50 shoppers. Admission is $1.

Tricia Washington is helping to organize the Spring Bling, which is a production of Events by Tiffany.

"We're going to have a lot of vendors, crafts and homemade items, and we'll also have a quarter auction,' Washington said.

The quarter auction will start at noon and features items donated by the vendors and direct sales companies. …

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