Walk for Harmony coming up Tuesday

The winning posters will be hung in various businesses along the route for the Walk for Harmony taking place on Tuesday, May 8.

  • May. 2, 2012 7:00 p.m.

Bettina Schoen, Canadian Mental Health Association program manager, holds up one of the scooters that will be presented as prizes to winners of the association’s multi-culturalism poster contest that was judged Tuesday at the Central Cariboo Arts Centre by a group of celebrity judges including Mayor Kerry Cook.  The grand prize is a mountain bike. There are also four scooters and other prizes to present to students who created winning posters.  The winning posters will be hung in various businesses along the route for the Walk for Harmony taking place on Tuesday, May 8. The walk will start with some opening remarks in Boitanio Park at 11:30 a.m. followed by a short walk through the downtown area to Spirit Square.

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