USC's Men's Basketball Team To Raise Money For Pediatric Cancer Research
Oct. 19, 2006
Basketball fans of all ages are invited to dribble a basketball around the University of Southern California campus, tour the new Galen Center and meet the USC men's basketball team as part of the 'Dribble for the Cure' event to be held on Sunday, Oct. 29 to raise money for pediatric cancer research. Registration begins at 8 a.m. and the event will run from 9 a.m. until noon.
The USC basketball program, the Pediatric Cancer Research Foundation and Children's Hospital of Los Angeles are sponsoring the inaugural 'Dribble for the Cure' event.
Festivities include appearances by the USC marching band, Song Girls and Dance Force, as well as head coach Tim Floyd and his 2006-07 USC men's basketball team. Participants will dribble along a course of more than one mile through the USC campus, beginning and ending at the spectacular new Galen Center. Note: Athletic or rubber sole shoes must be worn in Galen Center.
Registration is $25 for adults and $10 for youngsters 12 and under. Participants are encouraged to solicit pledges for pediatric cancer research and those that raise at least $100 dollars will receive exciting sports prizes, ranging from a basketball to an authentic USC basketball jersey autographed by Tim Floyd.
Online registration and further information are available on PCRF's website: www.pcrf-kids.org - or by calling (949) 859-6312.
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