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WALKING THE WALK FOR WELLNESS IN RB

walkers-102012-500x339-2729612Participants in the 2012 Community Walk close the loop on their one-mile stroll through two borough parks. The rain-or-shine event returns to Red Bank’s two waterfront parks on Saturday, September 28. (Photo by Rebecca Desfosse)

Press release from Borough of Red Bank

Councilman Michael DuPont, who serves as liaison to the Mayor’s Wellness Campaign Committee, has announced that the group will hold its 2nd Annual Community Walk on Saturday, September 28, 2013.

The walk will kick off at 10 am in Marine Park with a 9:30 registration and will be held rain or shine.  Participants who finish the walk will be given a raffle ticket and will be eligible for prizes including the grand prize of a bicycle from The Red Bicycle.  One adult bicycle and one youth bicycle will be awarded along with gift certificates and more.

The event will also feature kids’ activities, community education and healthy snacks and refreshments.  The Meridian Health “Taking Care of New Jersey Mobile Health Van” will also be on hand along with the Pawsitive Action Team from K. Hovnanian Childrens Hospital at Jersey Shore University Medical Center. Community members, families, seniors and children, all are welcome.

Members of the Red Bank Municipal Council will be on hand collecting art supplies for the Red Bank Boys & Girls Club.  They are seeking items such as crayons, poster board, magic markers, glue sticks and glitter.

For more information, please visit www.redbanknj.org or call 732-530-2748.

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