Costume Walk for Renee • Saturday, April 20 • 10am-1pm • KF Park • Please come!

Submitted by Sylvia BritoRenee website

Renee Sendelbach is a Wells Branch resident who has Stage IV breast cancer that has moved to various parts of her body.

Her friends and family are hosting a benefit walk in her honor. Due to her hardships and the current treatments she continues to endure, we want to assist her on her daily routines that we all take for granted. She’s been working hard at learning to walk again after her brain surgeries, and by donating and showing your support we can assist her and her husband with the daily turmoil of cooking and cleaning that comes with running a family. We hope you’ll join us for this benefit and help celebrate her triumphs.

Dust off that Halloween costume, bring the family and come enjoy the beautiful Spring weather. We’ll have face painting, food, treats and eats. And a prize for the BEST COSTUME!

Get Dressed up in your favorite Halloween costume as we walk a lap around the park (about a ½ mile) to show your support. After the walk, there will be lots of fun to be had – games, food, bounce and more!
Prize for Best Costume
Fun for all: Face Painting, Games, Photos, Food and Drink
Suggested Pledge Amounts: $20/Adult; $10/child
For your donation we’ll give you a Renee bandana, bottled water and tickets for the games and food.
Saturday, April 20
10:00 am – 1:00 pm
KF Park • 2106 Klattenhoff Drive

You can send a check or money order to:
2409 Spring Wagon Lane, Austin, TX 78728
make checks out to Sylvia Brito
or pay online at

Email questions to:
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Donate now at and come early to the park and give us your name and we’ll give you a bandana for your donation. We’ll be meeting on the patio in front of the playground between the community center and the police station.

To read more of her story, visit her blog:

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