Team Believe to hike Tex Lyon for M.S.

North Islanders are invited to join in a scenic and challenging hike while helping a good cause by joining Team Believe.

PORT HARDY—North Islanders are invited to join in a scenic and challenging hike while helping a good cause by joining Team Believe on its hike of the Tex Lyon Trail Mar. 2.

Team Believe, made up of walkers and joggers from Port Hardy and Port McNeill, is raising awareness of and funding for the upcoming 2013 MS Walk to benefit the fight against multiple sclerosis.

The group will depart from the Rotary pavilion at Storey’s Beach, with departure at 8 a.m. sharp. Participants may make an optional pledge to Team Believe on the MS website, but a donation is not required to participate in the hike.

To pledge online, visit mswalks.ca, click on “Find a walker or team”, and type “BELIEVE” into the search bar. The team captain is Karen Strussi.

 

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