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LivingHealthParkinson SuperWalk brings in over $65,000

Parkinson SuperWalk brings in over $65,000

2021 Parkinson SuperWalk Covid-19 Style – No Matter What

Saturday, September 11 – COVID-19 did not stop people with Parkinson’s, their friends and their Mayors from raising money and awareness for Parkinson’s Disease. Across Lanark North Leeds, they walked in their neighbourhoods, exercised in area parks and set up information tables in their towns.  They did this for themselves and the people they care about. Over a hundred or more participated in the 5th Annual Parkinson Canada SuperWalk alongside Mayors Doug Black (Carleton Place), Shawn Pankow (Smiths Falls), John Fenik (Perth), Doug Struthers (Merrickville), Arie Hoogenboom (Rideau Lakes) and Brant Burrow (Elizabethtown-Kitley). More than $65,000 was raised and the campaign continues through to the end of September.

Ginny and Kathryn Mullin, Oxford Station

If you would like to add your support, visit: and donate to one of the people who are already registered.




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