Thank you to everyone who joined us at our 25th Annual StairClimb Ė it was a huge success!
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StairClimb Schedule: Thurs, Dec 5, 2013
4:30pm - Packet Pick Up for Registered Climbers
5:45pm - Relay Teams Climb (arrive by 5:15pm to line-up)
6:00pm - Teams & Individuals Climb
6-8:00pm - Happy Landings Party and Awards Ceremony hosted by BJ's Restaurant & Brewery.
The StairClimb is a 56 Floor vertical challenge - each floor you conquer brings us one step closer to a cure for cystic fibrosis, the nationís number one life-threatening genetic disease. After climbing your way to the top, you take the freight elevator down to where the festivities begin. The Happy Landings Party will await you in the Atrium with great food, drinks and massage.
Special thanks to our Event Chairs, Jim Kraft of Plum Creek and Paul Swegle of Numera for their endless support.
Join us for Campaign for a Cure!
Campaign for a Cure is a dedicated group of young professionals who commit to raising $1,000 or more for StairClimb by securing sponsorship from their contacts in the business community. Campaigners enjoy three social gatherings which allows them to network with other professionals in various fields. Last year, Campaign for a Cure raised over $100,000.
If you are interested in taking part in the Campaign, please contact Jaclynn at the CF Foundation at 206-282-4770 or email@example.com
Cystic Fibrosis Foundation--Washington/Alaska Chapter
520 Pike Street #1075
Seattle, WA 98101
Infection Prevention and Control
Because of risks to people with cystic fibrosis (CF), only one person with CF may be invited. Also, individuals who have ever had a confirmed positive sputum culture for Burkholderia cepacia (B. cepacia) complex shall not attend any Foundation events/meetings. These requirements are because CF germs can be passed between individuals who have CF. Some germs in a person with CF can cause serious respiratory illness and, in some patients, may lead to death. CF germs are not a risk for otherwise healthy individuals.
Despite this policy, individuals with CF might choose to attend events or meetings without informing the CF Foundation or without the Foundationís knowledge. If so, they do so at their own risk. The Foundation accepts no responsibility for any risk to health involved in attendance, or in any social contact between persons with CF. For more information, please visit www.cff.org.