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Join Chief Meteorologist Paul Williams In The Fight Against Prostate Cancer!
Sunday, September 29, 2024 at 10am EDT
Cape Henlopen State Park
Sponsored by Draper Media
INSTRUCTIONS: Complete the short form below to register for this event. Click here to read our FAQs.
Please Note: If you need to register more than one person, you will have to complete the form again and enter their name, email address, phone number, and t-shirt size. There is only one email address per participant.
Please Note: A portion of your registration fee supports prostate cancer patients and their families at the Delaware Prostate Cancer Coalition. Refunds and registration transfers are not permitted. Click here to read more in our FAQs.
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About the Walk 4 Prostate Cancer with Chief Meteorologist Paul Williams
Sponsored by Draper Media, Walk 4 Prostate Cancer is an inaugural event led by Chief Meteorologist Paul Williams. Serving as the Grand Marshal of Walk 4 Prostate Cancer, Mr. Williams is a prostate cancer survivor who is committed to promoting a comprehensive lifestyle regimen that will help men prevent a diagnosis or recover following treatment for prostate cancer. Mr. Williams also supports family and friends of prostate patients by advising them on ways that they can encourage and motivate prostate cancer patients. For more information about Mr. Williams, also known as "The Prostate Cancer Guy," visit
About Cape Henlopen State Park
Cape Henlopen State Park is situated at the mouth of the Delaware Bay and has 6+ miles of coastline. The “Point” of Cape Henlopen, which is where the Delaware Bay meets the Atlantic Ocean, shaped the history of this landscape. For millenia, native people lived off the land’s abundant and rich resources. For example, in the late 1600s, William Penn granted the land and allowed citizens to harvest many of the same resources. As a result of the area’s strategic position, it led to the construction of Fort Miles during World war II––with its iconic fire control towers along the Atlantic coast and, which served as a federal defensive site, training area and testing location both during and after the war. A diverse collection of habitats makes up the coastal ecosystem of Cape Henlopen State Park. Barrier dune, coastal beaches, and maritime forest are home to many species of plants and animals. Visitors are encouraged to visit the Seaside Nature Center to participate in an interpretive program or learn about the park’s native plants and animals.
You've got questions, and we've got answers.
What is the date, time, and location of the event?
Are children and pets allowed?

Walk 4 Prostate Cancer is taking place on Sunday, September 29, 2024 at 9am EDT. The walk will be held at Cape Henlopen State Park, 15099 Cape Henlopen Dr, Lewes, DE 19958. Participants of all ages are permitted; however, they must be registered. Pets are permitted as well; however, they must be on a leash.
What is my registration fee for the walk?
And what's included?

Registration costs $50 per person and includes a t-shirt (registration closes on September 22 at midnight EDT). Please Note: This event is a fundraiser which means a portion of your registration fee will be donated to the Delaware Prostate Cancer Coalition.
Check out your t-shirt below:
Are refunds or registration transfers permitted?
If the it rains, will the event be canceled?

Seeing as this event is a fundraiser, refunds and registration transfers are not permitted. In the event of rain, the event will not be canceled. The event will take place––rain or shine.
Is there a fee to register as a vendor?
What is included with vendor registration?

If you're interested in becoming a vendor, there is a $75 registration fee. The fee includes one (1) table, two (2) chairs, and one (1) tablecloth. If you're interested in becoming a vendor, please click here to send us an email (be sure to include the word "Vendor" in the subject line.
How can I register as a volunteer for this race?
 If you're interested in volunteering at this event, please click here to send us an email (be sure to include the word "Volunteer" in the subject line). We'll respond with information regarding the next steps.
Is parking available?
Is there a fee?

Yes, there is plenty of parking near the start and finish of the trail. No, there is not a fee for parking at Cape Henlopen State Park. It's free.
How long is the trail/walk?
The trail/walk is 5 kilometers (3.1 miles). Check out a preview of the trail below:
What can I expect at the Walk 4 Prostate Cancer event?
What should I wear?

You can expect to enjoy music performances and other fun activities. Be sure to wear comfortable walking shoes and weather approriate attire.
Will water be provided to race participants?
Will medical personnel be on the premises?

Yes, water will be available at the start, finish, one mile, and two mile marks. In addition, we will have medical personnel along the path of the walk in case of an emergency.
Will there be awards and recognition?
Yes, participants who who raise the most funds and who walk the fastest will be awarded and recognized.
I have more questions.
How can I contact the event organizers?

If you have more questions, please click here to send us an email.
The Prostate Cancer Guy 2024
424 John J. Williams Highway
Suite 212
Rehoboth Beach, DE 19971