Chilliwack Pro-Life Society’s annual Walk For Life is scheduled for Sept. 26. (Chilliwack Pro-Life)

Chilliwack Pro-Life Society gears up for annual Walk For Life

The annual fundraiser is in support of the Pregnancy Care Centre

Chilliwack Pro-Life Society is hosting its annual walk in support of the Pregnancy Care Centre next month.

The Walk For Life is scheduled for Saturday, Sept. 26.

People are being asked to start anywhere along the five-kilometre route and practise physical distancing as per COVID-19 regulations.

Those with last names beginning with A to M can walk any time in the morning, and those with last names starting with N to Z can walk in the afternoon.

The route is: First Avenue (between Young and Broadway), Broadway Street (between First and Chilliwack Central), Chilliwack Central Road (between Broadway and Young), and Young Road (between Chilliwack Central and First)

Participants are also being asked to wear a pink or blue shirt on the walk. Shirts can be purchased for $5 at the office (4-45762 Patten Ave.).

Funds raised through pledges and by donations go to the Chilliwack Pregnancy Care Centre.

For more, go to chilliwackprolife.com or call 604-795-3091.


 

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