September 11th, 2017
Press Release for Immediate Release
Contact: Kimberly Heeres-Frank, President
Lyme Support Network: 9th Annual Lyme Disease Awareness Walk
Where: Citizens Park Pavilion, 511 Lake Zurich Rd., Barrington, IL 60010
When: Sunday, September 24th, 10am – 3pm
Dr. Betty Maloney: Authored recent guidelines for the International Lyme Disease Society
Mike Adams: Director of Lake County Health Department
BARRINGTON, IL. September 11th, 2017 –
Many experts believe we are on the verge of an epic, late stage Lyme outbreak in the United States as many people do not know they have the disease. Take a moment to register for the 9th Annual LSN Lyme Walk, receive a t-shirt and and join us in raising funds to help support research, education, awareness and innovative treatment options for Lyme Disease.
- Raffle prizes & vendors
- A Kids Corner
- Plenty of current Lyme disease information with experts on hand to answer questions
- Free food provided by Meatheads
- We will also be hosting a live band!
Attending this event is a great way to meet people who are struggling with the disease, to learn more about preventing the disease, as well as, the best options available for treating the disease. Sponsorships are still available.
Please visit www.LymeSupportNetwork.org to register
The Lyme Support Network is a non-profit service organization dedicated to making a difference by building awareness of Lyme Disease within our community. Our primary goal is to serve as a support group for people with Lyme Disease and / or other tick-borne diseases. Our work also includes education and advocacy to promote knowledge and understanding of Lyme Disease among the general public, government agencies and within the medical community.