Get your feet moving for food

Nanoose Bay- The Feat for Food happens this Sunday in Nanoose Bay at 10 a.m.

Take part in a family walk or run this Sunday to raise awareness and donations for the Nanoose Bay Food Bank.

It’s the fourth annual Feat for Food 5 K Walk or Run on Sunday April 6 at 10 a.m.

The Nanoose Community Services is a registered non-profit society that assist low income residents in Nanoose Bay. It operates a food bank, called the Nanoose Bay Community Cupboard as well as the Nanoose Bay Christmas Elf Project.

Feat for Food starts and finishes at the Nanoose Bay Dental at 2461 Collins Cres. behind the Red Gap Centre.

To register and for more information visit www.featforfood.ca.

To register the day of the event arrive at least 30 minutes before start time with a money or food donation.

 

—News Staff

 

 

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