Friday, May 17, 2013
Nature Adventures Kayak and Canoe Outfitters (NAO) is sponsoring the fifth annual benefit paddle to help raise funds toward finding a cure for Multiple Sclerosis, a
debilitating disease affecting the central nervous system.
Due to the impending storm, the 2013 annual paddle will be held on Sunday, May 19. The two-hour trips will be guided with departures at 9:30 a.m., noon and 2:30 p.m.
Participants will launch from the on-site location adjacent to Mount Pleasant Seafood off of Coleman Boulevard in Mount Pleasant. The tour will start at the beautiful Shem Creek Shrimping Village and go to Crab Bank Island.
Cer t i f ied kayak inst ructors and affiliate guides will lead the excursions. No experience necessary. Single or Tandem kayaks available.
Please call for reservations as space is limited, 843-568-3222 or visit NAO
at www.KayakCharlestonSC.com. Checks are preferred, made out to: “Kayak for the Kure for MS,” however, Visa, Mastercard, AmEx, Discover or cash will be accepted.
Come join Kathie and Jed, the MS ambassador and designated adaptive paddler, for a fun day of paddling while helping to raise money stamp out MS.
Donations: Single Kayaks: $35 Minimum; Tandem Kayaks: $48 Minimum; Teams: Get Pledges. Cost includes all gear, guides and even a great T-shirt.
There will be a great silent auction with opportunities to bid on many terrific items. If interested in contributing an auction item, please contact Kathie at
email@example.com for details. Sponsorships are available to support the event. Contact Kathie at firstname.lastname@example.org for the details.
ONe hundred percent of all proceeds will benefit two worthy MS organizations:
1. The National MS Society—Greater Carolinas Chapter (www.nationalmssociety.org/NCT)
2. The Tisch MS Research Center (http://tischms.org)
Visit www.Kayak4MS.com for details. All donations are tax deductible.
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