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In This Issue
President's Message:
Busy Year Ahead
Minneapolis 'Get Your Rear in Gear' Event Raises $200,000
Society Extends CBS HealthWatch™ Campaign

Jagelman, Monahan Awards Honor Advocacy, Awareness Efforts

Dr. David Beck Elected ASCRS President
Presidential Address: Emotional Intelligence Critical Part of Professionalism

Dr. Patricia Roberts Honored with Mentor Award

National Media Award Winners

International Scholar Report:
Prof. James O’Riordan

Socioeconomic Update

International Scholar Report:
Dr. Martin Hübner

Society Thanks Corporate Supporters

DC&R Enjoys Another Successful Year

Vancouver to Host 2011 Meeting

Committee Chairs
Society Welcomes New Members
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Members urged to support Undy 5000 races in cities across the country

Society members in cities across the country are encouraged to get involved with a series of upcoming local 5K races designed to generate awareness of colorectal cancer.

ASCRS, a national sponsor of the Undy 5000 series of races, seeks volunteers to help coordinate local events, organize fundraising efforts, and/or participate in races in their communities. 

Upcoming races will be held in Philadelphia (9/11), Washington, DC (10/3), Columbus, OH (10/10), Cincinnati (10/24), Dallas and Phoenix (10/30), and Atlanta (11/3).

“Member support for individual events has been a critical part of our success these past few years, but we need your help to make future races even more successful,” explains Dr. Elizabeth McConnell, Phoenix, AZ.

Suggested volunteer activities for members may include:

  • Reaching out to local community sponsors for in-kind donations;
  • Recruiting participants;
  • Displaying promotional materials in office waiting rooms;
  • Staffing event registration tables;
  • Organizing a group of volunteers to distribute water;
  • Assisting with crowd control.

For more information on the Undy 5000, visit www.Undy5000.org.