Darren Daulton to give hope at Race For Hope, Sunday in Philadelphia

Darren Daulton this summer at the Alumni special in 2012 / wikipedia

Former Phillies catcher, Darren Daulton, who this summer was diagnosed with a brain tumor will be on hand to lend his support to the largest nonprofit brain tumor/brain cancer charity fund-raising race event on Sunday, November 3 in Philadelphia.

It’s the Race For Hope, walk, run, and ride event that starts off at the Art Museum (Rocky Steps) in Philadelphia at 8:00 am this Sunday. Check out some details of the event here on the Facebook page for the event.

A lot of people know Dutch Daulton also from his stint as a talk show host on his own show that was on locally in the Philadelphia area in 2010 called, Talking Baseball with Dutch. That show was on the 97.5 FM The Fanatic in the local Philadelphia area.

Going to the event?, here’s more on the details from the Race for Hope website:

7 – 8 AM

Program & Activities:
8 AM – 12 PM

Have questions? Contact us. We’d be happy to help!

Maps and Directions

Mapping Your Travels

The Ben Franklin Bridge will be closed in both directions on Sunday, Nov. 3 from 7:45 AM until 9:30 AM in order to accommodate a charity marathon. You are advised to take the Walt Whitman Bridge into the event.

If you are traveling the Philadelphia Art Museum by car or by public
transportation and want to map your travel online, please use the
following street address:
26th Street and the Benjamin Franklin Parkway
Philadelphia, PA 19130

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Course and Site Maps

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