The APS Foundation of America, Inc has proclaimed June as APS Awareness month. In 2010, for the 5th year anniversary of the APSFA we proclaimed June 9th as World APS Day!
In 2011, the APSFA celebrated World APS Day again on June 9th by wearing burgundy and spreading awareness. Please join us every year on June 9th in celebrating World APS Day. Together we can bring more awareness to this disease!
We have updated the way that we will be listing events in order to better serve the APS community. We are now be using Google Calendar to list the events. The calendar is located below. You can scroll through the different months of the year and see all the upcoming and past events. To see the information about the event, just click on the burgundy bar and the event information will open up.
The events listed in the calendar are not endorsed by the APSFA.
If you have any issues using the calendar, please contact the webmaster.
There are hundreds of American Heart Association Heart Walks. For the complete listing, please click here.
Page last update: 08/21/2011
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