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Lilac Festival Walk Woodland

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  • Wendy Bumgardner
    ====== Walk of Life 10 Week Program The next session for this exercise and nutrition program begins May 12. Receive a daily email with a walking and exercise
    Message 1 of 1 , May 2, 2001
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      Walk of Life 10 Week Program
      The next session for this exercise and nutrition program begins May 12.
      Receive a daily email with a walking and exercise assignment, nutrition
      tip and recipe, motivation and humor.
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      MAY 5 - 6 LILAC FESTIVAL WALK WOODLAND WA
      SANCTION NO: NW01/049 SPONSORS: Vancouver USA Volkssporters New Balance
      Shoes City of Woodland Holland America Bulb Farm
      LOCATION: Horseshoe Lake Park Woodland WA
      START TIME: 8:00 am - 1:00 pm FINISH TIME: 4:00 pm
      DISTANCE: 10 km (6.2 miles) TRAIL: (1) Walk on flat paved roads and
      sidewalks past the Hulda Klager Lilac Gardens and the Holland America
      bulb farms. Country roads are narrow but suitable for strollers and
      wheelchairs.
      AWARD: Credit only is $2.00. Free walkers are welcome but must register,
      carry, and return a start card. HATPIN: "B" hatpins available.
      PRE-REGISTRATION: None.
      MISCELLANEOUS: Water and restrooms at start/finish. Pets are permitted
      but NOT in building(s). Owners are responsible for leash and clean up
      laws.
      MORE INFO: Naomi Kihn (360) 750-3673 or Dick Baker (360) 573-6048
      DIRECTIONS: I-5 Northbound: Exit #21 (Woodland). Left at first light on
      Goerig St. Pass under I-5 to Park Rd and turn left. Horseshoe Lake Park
      will be on right. I-5 Southbound: Exit #21 (Woodland). Right on Goerig
      St. Continue as above.

      MAY 12 - 13 SPRING WALK CASHMERE WA
      SANCTION NO: NW01/016 SPONSORS: Bavarian Volkssport Assn New Balance
      Shoes Liberty Orchards Aplets & Cotlets Leavenworth Coffee Roasters
      LOCATION: Chelan County Museum Cotlets Way Cashmere WA
      START TIME: 8:00 am - 1:00 pm FINISH TIME: 4:00 pm
      DISTANCE: 10 km (6.2 miles) 5 km (3.1 miles) TRAIL: (2) Walk on paved
      trail and sidewalks along the Wenatchee River and through the "Early
      American" town of Cashmere and past the Aplet and Cotlet Candy Factory.
      There is a gradual hill up around blooming fruit orchards to a panoramic
      view of the valley. Suitable for strollers and wheelchairs.
      AWARD: A 100% embroidered patch segment, designed by Hal Malone,
      depicting the water wheel at the Pioneer Village Museum, is $6.00
      pre-registered and $7.00 day of event. 50 AVAILABLE. NO REORDERS. Credit
      only is $2.00. Free walkers are welcome but must register, carry, and
      return a start card. HATPIN: "B" hatpins available. PRE-REGISTRATION:
      Must be postmarked by May 1st. Make check payable and mail to: BVA, c/o
      Russ Ferg, PO Box 25, Leavenworth WA 98826
      MISCELLANEOUS: Water and restrooms at start/finish. Pets are permitted
      but NOT in building(s). Owners are responsible for leash and clean up
      laws.
      MORE INFO: Russ/Bobbi Ferg (509) 548-6112 or Mary Collins (509) 548-7389
      e-mail: russ@... DIRECTIONS: I-5: Exit #194 (US2) to Cashmere.
      Right at traffic light onto Cotlet Way and follow volkssport signs to
      museum on left before bridge. US2 west through Waterville and E
      Wenatchee to Cashmere. Left at traffic light. Continue as above.

      5/19-20/2001 Prune Hill Views Walk, Camas, WA
      Start: Dorothy M. Fox Elementary School, 2623 NW Sierra Drive, Camas,
      WA. Start 8a-1p, finish by 4p. 10 KM walk with shorter trail
      available. Rated moderate 2+ on sidewalk, paved and gravel paths
      through neighborhoods and parks. Pets permitted on leash. Hatpin - 1
      inch plum blossom $2.50. Will be collecting used eyeglasses for the
      Columbia Crest Lions Club eyesight program. Info: Grant or Iona Flagan
      360-892-5834 iflagan@...
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