Hike for Life 2011

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North Texas (DFW Catholic) -  The following message is from Tom Clark, President, Hike for Life Inc. :

The Hike for Life Fall Campaign is about to start - are you ready? Have you picked out a Site to attend? Why not attend a couple of Hikes this year, they are all different, all special… come by and see what they are all about.

This week we have Waxahachie, Plano, and Irving Hikes going on.

If you haven’t registered yet there is still lots of time. Please go to www.hikeforlifetexas.org for directions to the Site, times when they get things going, and to get registered. While at the website take a look and a listen. There is a video of what the Hike is all about and an audio clip of Tom Clark’s interview last year on GRN radio (910AM)

Need help with the e-mail tool? We have that covered too… To help you learn how to use the e-mail tool I have a video you can watch. Once you view it there is a second video on how to update your personal Hike Website. Everyone gets a website once they register, did you know that?

To learn how to use the e-mail tool:   http://youtu.be/NYKVLAa5oaw

To learn how to change your personal H4L Website:   http://youtu.be/EgHUnT-zKuM
One last thing before I say goodbye… the Hike for Life Dates… please pick a site, get registered, and start getting sponsors.. this way we can save many lives together, and have a great time doing it!!!!

 Bastrop (Austin Diocese) - Has been cancelled due to the fires - please keep these good people in your prayers.
 Dallas White Rock- Saturday, October 15
 Garland - Saturday, October 8
 Irving - Saturday, September 24 - THIS WEEKEND!!!!
 McKinney - Saturday, October 8
 Oak Cliff - Saturday, October 8
 Plano JPII- Saturday, September 24 - THIS WEEKEND!!!
 Richardson - Saturday, October 15
 Rowlett - Saturday, October 8
 Waxahachie - Saturday, September 24 - THIS WEEKEND!!!

God’s blessings,

Tom Clark
President, Hike for Life Inc.

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Posted By:George Vogt

George and his family, natives of Louisiana, now reside in Little Elm, Tx. They are active parishioners at St. Francis of Assisi Catholic Church in Frisco, TX George is a co-founder of MetroCatholic

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