The annual Walk-A-Thon raises money for Campbell River’s Special Olympians. This year’s event, hosted by the Knights of Columbus and Special Olympics, takes place on Saturday at 11 a.m. at Rotary Beach Park.

Walk for Campbell River’s Special Olympians this weekend

The Knights of Columbus host its annual Walk-A-Thon for Special Olympics

  • Jun. 8, 2017 10:00 a.m.

The Knights of Columbus and Special Olympic athletes from Campbell River are holding their annual Walk a Thon this Saturday, starting at 11 a.m. from Rotary Beach Park.

All monies raised will be used to support Campbell River Special Olympic athletes as they travel to the 2017 BC Special Olympic Summer Games to be held in Kamloops from July 7-9.

The largest group of BC Special Olympic athletes ever will gather in Kamloops to compete, work hard and achieve their personal bests.

Consider supporting the Knights of Columbus and Campbell River’s Special Olympic athletes such as Izzy Castle and Mandy Smith who train diligently to showcase their abilities.

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