Join US, Sunday October 20, 2013

Join US, Sunday October 20, 2013

Join us ..this Sunday!

First 200 walkers receive a FREE T-SHIRT!

GROUP REGISTRATION: This year there is no group registration. Each walker is $20.  If you have a group you might choose to use the walking papers to solicit donations through sponsors.  Walking Papers

Keith Koontz: Honorary Chair for 2013!



Keith Kountz will again this year be the Honorary Chair for the Cook and Care Walk-a-thon.  This is Keith’s second year helping us out and we are very happy to have him be a part of this year’s C&C Walk-a-thon.

Keith Kountz has been a fixture at News 8 for more than two decades. He currently anchors News 8 at Noon and News 8 at 6pm with Ann Nyberg. Keith is a recipient of the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences ‘Silver Circle’ award for 2010. Silver Circle members are honored for making an enduring contribution to the vitality of the television industry for more than 25 years. Keith began his career at WTNH as a general assignment reporter in 1987. He has served as morning and weekend anchor during his tenure at News Channel 8. He left WTNH in 1998 to work as an anchor in Jacksonville, Florida, but returned to News 8 two years later. Prior to coming to Connecticut, Keith worked as a reporter and anchor at television stations in South Carolina, Georgia and New York. Keith and his wife Dawn are the proud parents of two teenage daughters. Keith is has been actively involved in a number of community service organizations in the New Haven area. He has received more than 50 professional and community service awards.

Cook and Care Walk-a-thon hosted at Albertus Magnus College


Albertus Logo for Cook and Care (2)

NEW VENUE!  Albertus Magnus College.

This years’s Cook n Care Walk-a-thon will stop and start at scenic Albertus Magnus College, 700 Prospect Street, New Haven.

A Catholic College in the Dominican Tradition, Albertus was founded in 1925. Today it has nearly 1,700 students enrolled in its traditional undergraduate program, accelerated undergraduate programs for working adults and graduate degree programs, including the only Master of Arts in Art Therapy degree in the state of Connecticut.

Details coming soon!