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2020 Camp – COVID-19 Update

March 11, 2020
Join Us On A… Safari! Important COVID-19 Update

Dear Georgia PKU Connect Community,

In an environment where things seem to be changing by the minute, our agenda at Georgia PKU Connect remains steadfast. This means that we continue to develop … (read more)

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PKU Educational Event

November 6, 2019

Please joins us for a PKU Event, sponsored by BioMarin, at Yes, Chef! in Roswell GA on Saturday, December 7th. Stephanie Hacker, Metabolic Dietitian will be speaking on PKU and sports, physical activity, and wellness. Chef Andy will also be … (read more)

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2019 Holiday Party

November 1, 2019
Registration is now Closed.

For more information, please contact us at info@georgiapku.org

 

 

 

Join Us for Some Holiday Fun: Enjoy Park Amenities! Low Protein Lunch Provided! Fabulous Door Prizes! Here are the details:

When: Sunday, December 1, 2019; … (read more)

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2019 Spin for Kids

October 3, 2019
Do you like to ride? Or do you just like hanging out with and supporting your PKU friends? Either way, plan on participating in Spin for Kids this year!

 

A few weeks ago, many of us had the opportunity … (read more)

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Back to School PKU Pantry Table

July 31, 2019

On Thursday, August 8th from 1:00 – 7:00 pm, BioMarin is sponsoring a “PKU Pantry Table” event in Kennesaw. This event is open house style, so families are welcome to stop by any time during those hours. They will have … (read more)

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2019 Family Event

April 30, 2019
Join Us At the Zoo – REGISTRATION IS NOW CLOSED! – Due to overwhelming response, this event is at capacity. If you wish to be added to the waiting list, please fill out the form below, but please understand that… (read more)
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PKU Awareness Month

April 20, 2019

Help us help our Georgia PKU Community!  Georgia PKU Connect needs your support to spread the word about the benefits that Georgia PKU Connect provides to PKU families – benefits such as engaging in advocacy, supporting research for a cure, … (read more)

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