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2014 Scarecrow Registration is Online

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9th Annual Scarecrow Classic
5K & 1 Mile Walk/Fun Run

Sunday, November 2, 2014
Meadowbrook Park, Ellicott City, MD

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• Commemorative t-shirt to all pre-registered entrants
• Event management by Charm City Run Events
• Pre-event Warm up for the whole family!
• Awards given in numerous categories
• Water and time splits on 5K course
• 1Mi Walk course is accessible (No PETS-Service animals only)
• On-site medical care and aid
• Pre- and Post- event refreshments and snacks
• Lots of GREAT door prizes!

Consider Creating a Team and help raise additional funds to Support BIAM's Programs and Initiatives!

You can Start Your Team Today by Clicking HERE! 

 

 Scarecrow2012 5K route map
 
 

2014 Eat A Peach Challenge Bike Ride

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The Brain Injury Association of Maryland would like to thank everyone who made the 2014 Eat A Peach Bike Challege such an amazing success. From our fantastic volunteers at the Ag Center Pavilion and Kid's Station, our phenomenal Rest Stops, our terrific SAG drivers, our wonderful sponsors, and our over 360 cyclists, this year's event was easily one of the best in its 18 year history.  

Shout out to our host, the Carroll County Agricultural Center and its staff, and the wonderful folks at 2014 Carroll County Peach Festival. We love the setting and excitement of the venue. It wouldn't be the same without Anita, Baugher's Peaches, and our friends at the "AG Center". 

What a beautiful day for biking. Please be sure to send your favorite ride photos to info(at)biamd.org or #EAP2014Ride. We will be posting our favorites to our website soon. 

Thanks so much for supporting the Brain Injury Association of Maryland's Brain Injury Connection Center and allowing us to keep all of our information and assistance services free of charge to those who need them.  Your support makes a difference in the lives of many, and for that we are truly greatful.

We want to hear from you. Take our Online Survey by clicking HERE.  

 

 

2013 Eat a Peach Thank You

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The Brain Injury Association of Maryland  would like to extend a warm

Thank You

to all who participated in this year's event. 

A special thanks to all of our wonderful volunteers who made this ride a safe, supported, and stupendous day of bicycling.

The Ag Center crew at the beginning, middle, and end and the Kids Station Crew 

kept things light, lively, and filled with lots of food and fun. 

 

By all accounts, the ALL NEW Alco Pharmacy Peach Passage was a big hit with the riders who took it on. 

The University of Maryland Rehabilitiation and Orthopaedic Institute's

"Must-DASH/Moustache" Rest Stop At Winfield Elementary

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Medstar NRH's "Party Pavillion" Rest Stop at Sulphur Springs Park were lots of fun for everyone. 

 

Check out the ALL NEW 33-Mile Map HERE

 

The ASG Security Peach Jam

A 67-mile route, which traverses Carroll and Frederick Counties. This hilly route is always an Eat A Peach favorite.

 

Sinai Hospital, Kennedy Krieger Institute, and Western Maryland Hospital Center

brought comfort and much needed support to those riders

just crazy enough to take on the NEW Peach Jam! 

 

 

Check out the REVISED 67-Mile Map HERE

  

The Peach Pit Century Riders?

You KNOW WHO YOU ARE. 

Congrats for taking on all that Northern Maryland had to dish out, and THEN SOME. 

 

 

Also Big Thanks to Larry the crew at Mt. Airy Bicycles who got everyone

tuned up and ready to go.

Check them out at BIKE123.COM.

 

 

 

The Brain Injury Association of Maryland

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THE BRAIN INJURY ASSOCIATION OF MARYLAND - WE ARE

…a group of individuals and organizations dedicated to improving the lives and futures of Marylanders affected by brain injury. Since being founded by a small group of family members of individuals with brain injury in 1983, we have grown to become the premier source of information, education, advocacy, and hope for the brain injured community in Maryland. 

Today, membership includes brain injury survivors, dedicated family members, business people,  and professionals from every healthcare field helping us bring help and hope to the citizens of Maryland.

Our Mission...

...is to create a better future through brain injury prevention, education, advocacy, and promotion of research.

We Believe…

…brain injuries affect individuals of all ages and backgrounds. The devastating consequences of a brain injury last a lifetime. Individuals and families need support, information and access to a range of treatment and rehabilitative resources. The work of the Brain Injury Association of Maryland is not only to help reduce the incidence of brain injury through education and increased public awareness, but also to help improve the treatment of brain injury through promoting research and sound public policy.

 

 

 

 

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