Join us for the Walk for RiteCare on Saturday, August 12, 2017, a fundraiser supporting therapy, education and services for children in Lincoln affected by speech and language disorders. Since 1976, Nebraska Scottish Rite Masons have provided speech therapy to children through the Barkley Memorial Center at the UNL East Campus, without regard to a family's ability to pay.
Saturday, August 12, 2017
Lincoln's Children's Zoo
1222 S. 27th Street
Registration opens at 9:30 | Walk begins at 10:00
The Walk will be at the Lincoln Children's Zoo (1222 South 27th Street). Click here for a map of the Zoo. Please use the parking lots south of A street near the large playground and Auld recreation center. The zoo’s parking will be compromised during construction for the expansion. Meet on the Zoo’s Plaza for registration check-in from 9:30-10:00am.
You can pick up your t-shirts, and zoo tickets at the RiteCare table.
The walk will start promptly at 10:00am. The walk is on the ‘Billy Wolff’ and ‘Rock Island’ trails which make a complete loop around the zoo. After the walk, you are welcome to stay at the zoo as long as you like.
We could use some help with a few easy tasks the day of the walk. Let us know if you’d like to help
Photos from Prior Year Walks for RiteCare:
All donations to the Walk for RiteCare and the Lincoln Scottish Rite Foundation are tax-deductible, and proceeds will benefit RiteCare services for children in Lincoln through the RiteCare Speech and Lanaguge Clinic. The Lincoln Scottish Rite Foundation EIN is 47-0730224, and the Foundation is listed as a 501(c)(3) non-profit.