Eagle River students organize ALS fundraiser

Eagle River Secondary’s social justice class is once again raising money for ALS with the Walk and Roll fundraiser.

Get ready to walk and roll for ALS.

Eagle River Secondary’s social justice class is once again raising money for ALS with the Walk and Roll fundraiser.

The event is scheduled for Thursday, Sept. 26. It begins at 5 p.m. at the school with a barbecue, followed by the walk/run/roll at 6. All proceeds from the barbecue will go to ALS BC, and the class encourages everybody to come out, support the school and the cause.

Last year, ERS social justice students raised more than $1,000.

For more information about ALS (also known as Lou Gehrig’s Disease), visit www.alsbc.ca.

 

 

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