Sharron Penman invites all and sundry to grab both two and four legged friends and join her Walk to d'Feet motor neurone disease.
Ms Penman is well known around The Bay for her many years work in the real estate sector. Several years ago, she was diagnosed with motor neurone disease. Not one to accept a poor prognosis, Ms Penman is raising funds for research into the disease.
Walk to d'Feet MND events have raised almost $240 million, since starting in 2000. Ms Penman’s walk on Sunday, August 20, will be the first Walk to d'Feet MND in the region.
Ms Penman said the walk would be about 5.5 kilometres and wheelchair, stroller, and dogs-on-lead friendly. It starts and finishes at Corrigan’s Beach Reserve, Beach Road, Batehaven.
“We encourage you to walk and wheel with your family, friends and pooches,” Ms Penman said.
“In fact, why not get a team together?”
“There are walk t-shirts available as well, but only for those who preregister.”
Registration and more information: www.mndnsw.asn.au
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