Wayne and Elaine Benning both wore red capes as they led a group of walkers around the Courtenay Airpark at the 2018 Parkinson’s SuperWalk. Photo by Jolene Rudisuela

Parkinson’s SuperWalk takes place Saturday in Courtenay

People across the province are getting together take part in Parkinson SuperWalk, the single most important provincial and national awareness and fundraising event for Parkinson Society British Columbia (PSBC).

Join your community at Courtenay Airpark Playground in Courtenay on Saturday, Sept. 7, to support people living with Parkinson’s and their loved ones in your community.

The walk is open to everyone and you can register as a team or individual.

Register for the Comox Valley event at https://bit.ly/2kdZEdr

Pledge forms for off-line fundraising can be accessed at https://bit.ly/2lYZl6R

Proceeds from SuperWalk will enable the Society to invest in research and continue to provide essential programs and services to the 13,000 individuals and their families who live with Parkinson’s disease in BC. For more information on Saturday’s SuperWalk, contact Marg at 250-339-4798.

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