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Walking the walk

The Comox Valley Scotiabank MS Walk took place last Sunday, April 10 at the Courtenay Airpark and, despite the poor weather, it was a great success. Thus far, $34,000 have been raised for the North Vancouver Island Chapter of the Multiple Sclerosis Society of Canada. The top fundraisers are Andrea Martin $5,425, Debbie Rothwell $3,120, Wendy Merrick $2,240, Elsie Maclagan $1,927, Tara Robbins-Bursey $1,130 and Kim Jonsson $1,075. The top youth fundraiser is Liam Court $813.41. The Campbell River Misfits (above) braved the rain and participated in the walk. - Photo submitted
The Comox Valley Scotiabank MS Walk took place last Sunday, April 10 at the Courtenay Airpark and, despite the poor weather, it was a great success. Thus far, $34,000 have been raised for the North Vancouver Island Chapter of the Multiple Sclerosis Society of Canada. The top fundraisers are Andrea Martin $5,425, Debbie Rothwell $3,120, Wendy Merrick $2,240, Elsie Maclagan $1,927, Tara Robbins-Bursey $1,130 and Kim Jonsson $1,075. The top youth fundraiser is Liam Court $813.41. The Campbell River Misfits (above) braved the rain and participated in the walk.
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