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Roy Financial Mayor’s Walk


We  know it is hard to visualize considering all the snow that is still piled high outside our windows, but our minds are already on the Roy Financial Mayor’s Walk, Saturday, June 15, 2013…crazy I know, but believing by faith that it will be possible!

Many of you have participated in this event in the past and attest to the fact that it really is a lot of fun and a great way to raise funds for Connecting Streams, so we are inviting all of you to join with us this year.  We wanted you to be able to get this date on your calendars as soon as possible and to start thinking about who would ask for support.  If you are not able to join us on this day please consider sponsoring someone who is walking on behalf of Connecting Streams.  Remember 100% of all the pledges you collect will be donated to Connecting Streams! 

When:  June 15th, 2013.  Registration starting at 8:00AM and walk starts at 9:30AM

Where:  St. Albert Minor Baseball Association Clubhouse, 215 Sturgeon Road

Why:  To help empower others to reach the hurting and marginalized by collecting pledges  for Connecting Streams!

Visit the Roy Financial Mayors Walk website for pledge forms and route maps.

For more information visit the Connecting Streams Upcoming Events page, email marti.vanderveen@powertochange.org or call 780-449-7147.

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