Front, from left, Terry Mobberley, Christel Whitehouse and Eileen Payne lead the way in the second annual Alzheimer’s Walk at the Gardens at Qualicum Beach Sunday, May 6, 2018. (File photo)

First annual IG Wealth Management Walk for Alzheimer’s to be held in Qualicum Beach

Walk will be on May 3 starting at Kwalikum Senior Secondary School

For the first year, the Parksville Qualicum Beach area will have an official IG Wealth Management Walk for Alzheimer’s.

In previous years, The Gardens at Qualicum Beach hosted the ‘Alzheimer’s Society Walk in a Box.’

Laurel Wright and Jocelyne Asselin, the Oceanside Walk co-chairs, said the walk is looking for sponsorship, volunteers, donations, participants and/or creating teams.

READ MORE: Qualicum Beach Alzheimers walk raises $4,000

The walk will take place on Sunday, May 3, on Kwalikum Secondary School through Dolly Mount Trail. You can register yourself or your team for the walk at or email for more information.

— NEWS staff

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