Summer Stroll for Epilepsy




Join us for the 2017 Summer Stroll season! 

The Summer Stroll is an inspirational morning walk that brings people together to raise
funds for the Epilepsy Foundation of Michigan - benefiting initiatives on a local level, while
also increasing epilepsy awareness in communities throughout Michigan.


Our 5 Summer Stroll for Epilepsy™ Locations


Detroit Zoo, Metro Detroit
June 24 • Detroit, Zoo, Metro Detroit
8450 W. 10 Mile Road, Royal Oak, MI 48067
PRE-REGISTRATION HAS CLOSED
For Late Registration details click HERE
Check In begins at 7:30 am
Opening Ceremony is at 8:30 am
Closing Ceremony is at 10:15 am


John Ball Zoo, Grand Rapids
July 15 • John Ball Zoo, Grand Rapids
1300 W Fulton Street, Grand Rapids, MI 49504
Check In begins at 8:30 am
Opening Ceremony is at 9:30 am
Closing Ceremony is at 11:00 am
Register HERE!

Dow Diamond, Midland
May 20 • Dow Diamond, Midland
The Midland Stroll has ended and was a huge success!  
Stay tuned for next year's Stroll date.
Take a look at the pictures from the Midland Stroll here!


Celery Flats, Kalamazoo County
June 3 • Celery Flats, Kalamazoo County
The Kalamazoo Stroll has ended and was a huge success!  
Stay tuned for next year's Stroll date.
Take a look at the pictures from the Kalamazoo Stroll here!


Potter Park, Lansing
June 10 • Potter Park, Lansing
1301 S. Pennsyvania Ave, Lansing, MI 48912
Stay tuned for next year's Stroll date.
Take a look at the pictures from the Lansing Stroll here!




Additional Summer Stroll Information


• Please review the Summer Stroll guidebook, available online at www.epilepsymichigan.org/stroll;
it provides valuable information to Team Captains, Stroll participants, and Volunteers.

• Full sized pledge sheets are also available on the Summer Stroll website.

• Get creative in your fundraising efforts by holding car washes, casual days, or
other such events, and make sure you use social media to spread the word!

Want to volunteer at one of our Summer Strolls? Contact us at
(800) 377-6226, ext 1236 or email lbrauer@epilepsymichigan.org.


Each year, we reach out to corporate leaders to join the Summer Stroll for Epilepsy™ as an official partner.   We'd love to have your company join us as we reach thousands of people who share the commitment to leading the fight to stop seizures!  
For more information on becoming a sponsor or booth partner, check out our Sponsorship Overview or Booth Partnership Form, or call Andrea Schotthoefer at (800) 377-6226 ext. 1231.  

For any questions regarding the Summer Stroll, please call (800) 377-6226, ext. 1231 or contact us via email by clicking here.

2016 Summer Stroll Leaders Club

Don Beery
Mary Brandon
Aubrey Brown
Morgan Busscher
Piper Caldwell
Tammy Clinger
Brigitte Corbin
Jamie D'Luge
Jill Gagnon
Emilio Giglio
Kaitlyn Golicz
Valerie Grant
Tom Grant
Eleanor Grant
Miranda Grant
LaShaundra Harris
John Kopp
Stephen Kuehn
Brad Lewis
Kristen Makins
Janet Maul
Angie May
John May
Alysse Mengason
David Noonan
Richard Polk
Laine Richards
Matthew Summerfield
Jeffrey Wilson

2015 Summer Stroll Leaders Club
Sy Adler
Madeline Anderson
Nick Broggi
Aubrey Brown
Morgan Busscher
Bradley Busscher
Tammy Clinger
Phil Clinger
Jamie D'Luge
Brayden Flanders
Kendall Gagnon
Jill Gagnon
Kaitlyn Golicz
John Kopp
Sharon Leenhouts
Janet Maul
Steve Maul
Angie May
John May
Madison May
Lisa Pigott
Richard Polk
Charles Smith
Peggy Smith
Matthew Summerfield
Brittney Taylor
Jeffrey Wilson

In order to become a member of the Leaders Club, an individual had to raise at least $1,000 for the Summer Stroll. 


Thank you to everyone who sponsored, volunteered, and participated in the Summer Stroll for Epilepsy™!
To view photos from any of our Summer Stroll events, visit our Shutterfly share site and select the event you would like to view.


The video below includes interviews of 2016 Summer Stroll participants:
 

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The video below includes interviews of 2015 Summer Stroll participants:
 


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