Walk SF’s Annual Meeting (and Greeting)

From WalkSF:

Special guest speakers:
– State Senator Mark Leno
– SF Board of Supervisors President David Chiu

We’re doing it holiday-party style this year, so come by, have a glass of good wine (donated by Bi-Rite Grocery), sample tasty snacks, and meet your fellow members.

We’ll have brief remarks from Senator Leno and Supervisor David Chiu, as well as board president Manish Champsee and executive director Elizabeth Stampe. There will be opportunities to get involved, grab a great “I walk SF” t-shirt at a discounted price, and most of all, get together and enjoy good company.

Not a member? Or not sure? No problem, you can join online now (http://www.walksf.org/join/) or you can join at the door. So feel free to come and bring friends — the more the merrier!

We look forward to seeing you on the 9th.

Can you help as a volunteer?
We need volunteers for setup, registration, and cleanup at the event. Email info@walksf.org if you can help!


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