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08/05/2016 Toronto East General Hospital Foundation's 10th Annual Danforth Dash Bed Race Central East Free

We are pleased to announce that on Friday, August 5th, 2016, Toronto East General Hospital Foundation will be hosting the 10th Annual Danforth Dash Bed Race with presenting sponsor ATU 113, to kick off the Krino's Taste of the Danforth. Friendly competition and raising funds for a great cause is what the Bed Race has been about for the last decade. Come out and watch local celebrities, Toronto mascots and local celebrities compete by racing hospital beds down the Danforth to see who can bring the heat to the street in support of Michael Garron Hospital! If you would like to register a team, please contact Kyla Tymchen at the Foundation ktymc@tegh.on.ca

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