Hike for Hospice Sunday

It’s time to lace up those shoes and get ready for Chilliwack's 13th annual Hike for Hospice.

Participants set off from Townsend Park at last year’s Hike For Hospice.

It’s time to lace up those shoes and get ready for the 13th annual Hike for Hospice.

The popular family event takes place this Sunday at Townsend Park.

Money raised at the event helps fund programs provided by the Chilliwack Hospice Society, which supports individuals and families during the dying and grieving process.

Leaving from Townsend Park, participants can choose either a 2k or 5k walking or running route.

There will be awards, entertainment and refreshments, as well as face painting and a magic show.

Registration is just $15, but it’s free if individuals raise more than $100. Family teams and community teams are also welcome to take part.

Registration forms can be downloaded from www.chilliwackhospice.org, or picked up from the hospice’s Thrifty Boutique, located at #260 – 45428 Luckakuck Way. They’re also available at either the Chilliwack or Sardis branch of the Prospera Credit Union.

Participants can also register on the day of the event. But arrive well before the 2 p.m. start time so the registration can be processed.

• Chilliwack Hike For Hospice, 2 p.m., Sunday, June 8 Townsend Park.

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