Nelson’s MS Walk slated for May 1

This spring, more than 6,000 B.C. and Yukon Scotiabank MS Walk participants will come together in over 26 communities to raise funds in support of enhancing quality of life for those living with multiple sclerosis.

This spring, more than 6,000 B.C. and Yukon Scotiabank MS Walk participants will come together in over 26 communities to raise funds in support of enhancing quality of life for those living with multiple sclerosis.

You can join the fight by registering for the walk and collecting pledges or making a donation. Register as an individual or we’ll help you create a fun-filled team of people to walk, wheel, or ride with — family, friends, co-workers, hockey buddies, book club members — you get the idea. Experience the camaraderie and excitement of TeamMS.

The walk will take place in Nelson on Sunday, May 1. You can register at mswalks.ca or call 1-866-352-3997.

 

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