FASD Walk slated for Sept. 9

The public is invited to join in this awareness walk for Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder

The public is invited to the 10th annual FASD (Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder) awareness Ringing of the Bells and Awareness Walk Sept. 9 at 465 Kinchant Street at the Anglican Church.

The Ringing of the Bells is at 9:09 a.m. and a walk follows to the Native Friendshhip Centre for a pancake breakfast.

There will be entertainment by the Red Bluff Hoop Dancers and Metis Jiggers.

Other events follow including FASD bingo and a Community FASD power point presentation.

T-shirts will be given out to the first 50 participants on the the walk.

For information contact Charlene Vankoughnett, 250-992-8347 or Charlene.vankoughnett@qnfc.bc.ca.

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