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Windham’s Helping Hands is Hosting 3rd Annual Walk-A-Thon this Saturday!
Windham’s Helping Hands organization is hosting their 3nd Annual Wellness in Motion Walk-A-Thon coming up on Saturday, November 7th at 8:30am. Individual walkers, teams and families are encouraged to participate in this special event. The event will take place in Windham’s own Griffin Park, located on Range Road.
If you are not familiar with Windham’s Helping Hands organization. They are a volunteer organization who provide assistance for families in various ways. The volunteers are sensitive to the needs and privacy of the community in which they help. Their mission is to offer and provide support to the community by listening to the needs and helping others get back on their feet to have more independence, productive and happy lives.
The walk will loop around Griffin Park up to 5 laps (approximately 3.5 miles). Walkers will earn a colorful set of beads at registration and again after they complete each lap. The registration costs for individual walkers are $10 each and Family are $25.
You can still help sponsor this great cause even if you are unable to walk or attend the event by visiting their website, www.windhamshelpinghands.org. Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Verani Realty is once again proud to be sponsoring this event.
Since you will be burning so many calories on Saturday, why not refuel at The Common Man in Windham for Breakfast on Sunday, November 8th from 9am to noon! The 15th Annual Charity Breakfast is sponsored by Windham Firefighters with proceeds going to Windham’s Helping Hands and MDA.