Walk. Run. Play. For people with disabilities at YAIs Central Park Challenge on Saturday, June 2. What: The Central Park Challenge, a Day of Hope to benefit the YAI/National Institute for People with Disabilities Network. Run. 5K run (9 a.m.) Registration Fee: $20 Walk. 3K fund-raising walk (9:45 a.m.) Registration Fee: $10 Play. Childrens Activity Area with face painting, sand art, moon bounce, (8:30 a.m.-12:30 a.m.) and Junior All-American Races for children 12-and-under (11 a.m.) Registration Fee: $20 for one child, Family rate of $35 for two or more children When: Saturday, June 2nd, beginning at 8:30 a.m. 1 p.m. Where: Central Park, 72nd Street entrance, East or West, by the Naumburg Bandshell. News vans enter 72nd St. on the East side and park on the side of the Bandshell. Celebrities: Bill Ritter, WABC-TV Dominic Chianese, “Uncle Junior” on “The Sopranos” Maria Milito, Q104.3 DJ, also known as the “American Idol Princess” Pedro Luis Garcia, Telemundo 47 Robert Funaro, “Eugene Pontecorvo” on “The Sopranos” Why: All proceeds from the Central Park Challenge will support the YAI/NIPD Networks more than 450 community-based programs for children and adults with developmental and learning disabilities/delays and their families throughout the New York metropolitan area. For more information, log onto www.yai.org/cpc or call 1-877-YAI-WALK. For 50 years, the YAI/NIPD Network has provided a place of hope for people with developmental and learning disabilities. Comprised of seven not-for-profit, independent health and human service agencies, the YAI/NIPD Network serves people of all ages throughout the New York metropolitan area, including Long Island, New Jersey and Westchester, Rockland counties and Puerto Rico. For more information about the YAI/NIPD Network or to obtain services, call -866-2-YAI-LINK or visit www.yai.org . Register at www.yai.org/cpc?
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