Vaughan invited to hit pavement for a cause

August 29, 2017 by  

Parkinson’s in a neurological disease that affects many people, and a Vaughan event is seeking to make a difference in their lives.

The Vaughan SuperWalk will bring people together from all across the city in support of finding treatments, and hopefully a cure for Parkinson’s Disease. People can choose to register on their own or as part of a team, and everyone is welcome to participate.

One the morning of the event, participants will check in at Vaughan City Hall, where a light breakfast will be served to give them the best start to the day. This will be followed by the opening ceremonies, after which the walkers will set out. The event will draw to a close with lunch.

Those who will be walking can choose between a 2 kilometer and 5 kilometer route, both of which will follow paved sidewalks. Both walkers and those who need an assistive device, such as a wheelchair, can be accommodated, as can strollers. Registration for the day can be completed online, and a local printer can supply an assortment of personalized business forms for an event like this as well.

The Vaughan SuperWalk will be hitting the pavement of September 10th, with Vaughan City Hall having been chosen as the staging area. More information, as well as a chance to register, can be found on the fundraiser’s website.