Last Sunday, there were 272 participants in the Walk to D’feet Motor Neurone Disease (MND) held in Young.
It was the first time the walk has been held in Young, which started at Arboretum Park and walked along the Burrangong footpath for 5km. The total raised from the walk so far is over $20,350 with fundraising pages still open.
Local organisers Katrina Bannister and Tarnia Flett were happy with the success of the day, “Thank you to everyone who supported the walk, it was an amazing day.”
Katrina and Tarnia walked with their team, ‘David’s Warriors’, who have previously walked in the Bateman’s Bay Walk to D’feet MND.
Several local businesses were thanked for their support of the walk, Jaclyn from That Coffee, the Lions Club of Young, Chloe from Clicky Cookies, Molly from Moava, Bev Moloney with her preserves stall, face painter Katie, Toni from Salami Bros Pizza, Stephen from Whip 1 4U Ice Cream Van and Sheree from the Criterion Hotel.
Fundraising pages will stay open for another month, visit https://young.walktodfeet.org.au/ for more details.
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