About Niagara Lake to Lake Challenge

The Niagara chapter of the Huntington Disease Society of Canada is excited to announce “The Lake-to-Lake HD Fall Challenge "

The challenge is to collectively travel the distance from Port Weller to Port Colborne and back, a total of approximately 72 km, while raising funds for HSC.

When: October 24, 2020

Where: Anywhere on the Parkway Trail!

How:  Register for the event by clicking "Register" and set up your personal fundraising page!

The beautiful Welland Canals Parkway Trail is a generally flat path that runs for 36 km from Lock 1 in Port Weller on Lake Ontario to the shore of Lake Erie in Port Colborne.  The fall is a great time to take in the colours of autumn and some of the unique sights along the trail.

Choose a spot on the Parkway Trail and your method of travel – walk, run, bike, trike, stroll, push someone, pull someone – just move! 

Please keep in mind that motorized vehicles are not allowed on the trail.

Keep track of your distance for each person (eg. If you are pushing someone, you BOTH count the distance), and submit it. We will add it all up and announce our grand total.

For further information email rculp50@yahoo.com or text 289 783 2334

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All proceeds raised through this event will go to support Family Services and Research to delay or stop Huntington disease.


Event Questions? Email rculp50@yahoo.com or text (289) 783-2334

Website Questions?  Email events@huntingtonsociety.ca


Date

Starts at:  October 23, 2020 11:00 PM
Ends at:  October 23, 2020 11:00 PM

Location

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Contact

Ron Culp
rculp50@yahoo.com

About the Huntington Society of Canada


The Huntington Society of Canada (HSC) strives for a better future for those affected by Huntington disease (HD).  There are three main areas that HSC focuses on:


1. Funding cutting edge research into slowing or stopping the progression of HD


2. Funding Family Services workers across Canada to provide support for those affected by HD


3. Raising awareness of HD, educating the public and health services professionals, as well as advocating for the rights of those affected by HD



Thanks to our generous sponsors!