Walk with Your Doc in Sidney May 13

The Rest Haven Foundation invites you to Walk with your Doc.

  • May. 2, 2015 5:00 p.m.

Last spring’s Walk with your Doc event saw families

SIDNEY — The Rest Haven Foundation invites you to Walk with your Doc.

On Wednesday, May 13 at 10 a.m., caregivers, clients, their families and doctors meet at Rest Haven Lodge. From there, they set out on a walk in the neighbourhood.

Walk with your Doc is an annual event celebrating daily movement for better health. Doctors and other health care professionals are hosting free walks in communities across the province and walking side-by-side with their patients and the public.

Receive a free pedometer by signing up for a walk happening near you at walkwithyourdoc.ca. The website connects B.C. walkers with photos, stories and a map of walks. Share your walk photos with the hashtag #WalkWithYourDoc for a chance to win great prizes.

Rest Haven Lodge is at 2281 Mills Rd. in Sidney.

— Submitted by Rest Haven Lodge

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