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ALS Walk attracts more than 100 people in Parksville

ALS WALK: More than 100 people, including MLA-elect Michelle Stilwell, took part in the eighth annual Mid-Island Walk for ALS on Sunday in Parksville, and they were sent off in style from city hall by a piper. One of the walkers, Serge Vaillancourt, is trying to win a contest that could result in the local ALS Society receiving $10,000. You can vote for Serge at: www.givewherewelive.ca/en/projects/how-would-you-give/photo/554 - JOHN HARDING PHOTO
ALS WALK: More than 100 people, including MLA-elect Michelle Stilwell, took part in the eighth annual Mid-Island Walk for ALS on Sunday in Parksville, and they were sent off in style from city hall by a piper. One of the walkers, Serge Vaillancourt, is trying to win a contest that could result in the local ALS Society receiving $10,000. You can vote for Serge at: www.givewherewelive.ca/en/projects/how-would-you-give/photo/554
— image credit: JOHN HARDING PHOTO

ALS WALK: More than 100 people, including MLA-elect Michelle Stilwell, took part in the eighth annual Mid-Island Walk for ALS on Sunday in Parksville, and they were sent off in style from city hall by a piper. One of the walkers, Serge Vaillancourt, is trying to win a contest that could result in the local ALS Society receiving $10,000. You can vote for Serge at:

www.givewherewelive.ca/en/projects/how-would-you-give/photo/554

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