2017 Walk to End Epilepsy

Team Ari Borman

This year marks my 11th year bringing my favorite people together for a casual Sunday morning stroll. The event has grown from a few hundred people walking around a parking lot and a single In & Out Truck to last year where thousands walked, jogged, and in my case strolled, around the Rose Bowl, played games and feasted from the many food trucks!

In case you don’t already know epilepsy is world’s most common, serious brain disorders worldwide with no age, racial, social class, national or geographic boundaries. Seizures steal moments and memories, can change lives, impact development, affect learning and can even result in death. There are no cures. THAT’S WHY THIS WALK IS SO IMPORTANT! For the reasons above and many more, we walk (again, I stroll)

Another special reason this year for you to join me is that I am expected to become a young man as I am becoming a bar mitzvah. I am to take on more responsibilities, contribute to the community and always keep learning on how I can become a better person.

There are many things that I am doing with my family to prepare for this time and I'd like for you to please join me on Sunday, November 5, 2017 (between 9a-12p) at the Rose Bowl Stadium in Pasadena for The Walk to END EPILEPSY and/or make donation to TEAM ARI BORMAN!



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