Dodge For A Cure

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A day of dodgeball with friends, ridiculous outfits, and funds raised for a great local cause, what’s not to tweet about?

Find us on Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram. But don’t just find us. Tell us how excited you are to Dodge For A Cure, share your stories about dodging cancer, and use social media to get your teammates and supporters onboard.

Don’t forget to use #dodgecancer!

Did You Know?

In 2013, an estimated 1,500 people will die of cancer in the province.

Did You Know?

Tobacco use is the single greatest avoidable risk factor for cancer.

Did You Know?

Based on 2007 estimates, 1 out of 4 Canadians is expected to die from cancer.

Did You Know?

According to the WHO, at least 1/3 of all cancer cases are preventable. Or for our purposes, Dodgeable.

Stay Connected

High 5's for new sponsors: The Medicine Shoppe & Southern Shore Family Eye Care #dodgecancer ow.ly/i/7pSfD ow.ly/i/7pSfG

Most advanced cases of cervical cancer are women who've never been screened or had long intervals between screenings ow.ly/i/7mMK6

Cover your behind! Talk to your doctor about your individual risk of colon cancer. ow.ly/i/7mMlA

Breast cancer is STILL the most common cancer among Canadian women. #dodgecancer ow.ly/i/7mMee

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Mayor O'Keefe helping us kick things off!! #dodgecancer #dodgeforacurenl

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The Mighty Duckers Team Captain: Melissa Bonia 0/10
Double Under Dodgers Team Captain: Roy Sullivan 1/10
The Hard Targets Team Captain: Jordan Veenstra 3/10
The Artful Dodgers Team Captain: Sheldon Hynes 1/10
Balls N Dolls Team Captain: Jane Reddick 0/10
Welcome Dodgers!

A lot of work goes into organizing Dodge for a Cure, both from our small organizing...

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Calling All Hopeful Dodgers!

Play your part in fighting cancer! The annual Dodge for the Cure (in support of the...

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High 5's for new sponsors: The Medicine Shoppe & Southern Shore Family Eye Care #dodgecancer...

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Most advanced cases of cervical cancer are women who've never been screened or had long intervals between screenings ow.ly/i/7mMK6

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