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Register for Headway of Western New York’s Haunted Helmet Ride and Walk

Event to raise awareness for those living with traumatic brain injuries and other disabilities

Headway of WNY will host its Helmet Ride and Walk on Friday, October 13, 2017, from 5:30 to 8 p.m., at Parkside Lodge and Ring Road in Delaware Park, Buffalo, NY. The family-friendly fundraising event is designed to raise awareness about traumatic brain injury, along with encouraging helmet use, safety and brain injury prevention. It is not a race or competition; simply an evening ride or walk around Ring Road. Participants are encouraged to wear their helmets and dress them up in coordination with costumes.

All registrations include the following: Group ride/walk around Ring Road, event t-shirt, reception in Parkside Lodge, food/drink, music, games, prizes and raffles. Pre-registration cost is $20 per person and children ages 5 to 17 is $10. Day of event registration costs is $25 per person and children ages 5 to 17 is $15. Children must be accompanied by a registered adult. 

The event will begin and end at Parkside Lodge, 84 Parkside Avenue. It is recommended to enter Delaware Park’s parking lot at Meadow Drive off Parkside Avenue.  To pre-register or for more information, go to or call 716-408-3100. 

Proceeds from this event support Headway of WNY to ensure that individuals in Western New York with brain injuries and other disabilities have access to advocacy and supports to enable them to live as independently as possible.

Sponsors of the event include: Bandbox Helmets, Health Force, The Reed Family, Munroe Chiropractic and Venture Forthe. If interested in sponsoring this event, call 716-408-3117.

Headway of WNY, a not-for-profit agency and an affiliate of People Inc., provides support groups, trainings and educational programs to both survivors and caregivers of brain injury. Headway of WNY is a support and advocacy agency for persons with brain injuries and other disabilities and the Regional Resource Center/Single Point of Entry for the New York State Department of Health’s Nursing Home Transition and Diversion Waiver and the Traumatic Brain Injury Waiver.

Western New York 1219 North Forest Road | P.O. Box 9033 | Williamsville, New York 14231 | Phone: 716.817.7400 | Toll Free NY 1.888.7PEOPLE | Fax: 716.634.3889

Rochester 1860 Buffalo Road | Rochester, NY 14624 | Phone 585.441.9300 | Fax 585.441.9398

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