Alicia Cooper Memorial Walk/5K Run

Saturday, October 8th, 2011 at 9 a.m. | Tuscora Park, New Philadelphia, Ohio
Alicia Cooper Memorial Walk/5K Run

This event is being held in memory of Alicia Cooper, a New Philadelphia 17-year old who passed away on January 3, 2010 from Aplastic Anemia in the Cleveland Clinic Children’s Hospital, only 2-1/2 months after being diagnosed. Aplastic Anemia is a bone marrow failure disease that affects 1 in 3 million people every year in the United States.

Proceeds from the walk will benefit Cleveland Clinic Children’s Hospital Bone Marrow Transplant Program and aid in research of Aplastic Anemia.

Click here for entry fees and registration forms on the Alicia Cooper Memorial website.

In 2012 the Alicia Cooper Memorial Fund will again award cash scholarships to qualifying students who participate in our annual science fair. Click here to learn more about our upcoming 4th Annual Science Fair Convention in May 2012.

Written by Cindy Julius

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Akron Fossils & Science Center features hands-on tours and science activities that put knowledge directly in your hands. Our exhibits display many fossils from Ohio and around the world. In addition to our guided tours, we offer a wide variety of enriching science programs, all hands-on and designed to make science and learning fun and meaningful. We also look forward to having you enjoy our 2 1/2 acre outdoor adventure park called Truassic Park. Our park features a 9-hole mini golf course, giant slide, and 200 FT ZIP- LINE! At Akron Fossils & Science Center, participants and visitors become more than observers; they become researchers, experimenters, and even educators. Our exhibits and programs let you experience science first-hand and encourage understanding and deep, critical thought. A trip to Akron Fossils & Science Center provides more than something to do for one day; it ignites a passion for learning and exploration that lasts a lifetime.

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