Despite the cold weather, more than 50 people showed up to Nicholls Oval on Sunday (May 7th) in Peterborough to participate in the 2017 Walk So Kids Can Talk supporting Kids Help Phone.
Walkers make their way around the route, braving the cold Weather. (Photo by Daniel Sky Morris)
Together, walkers raised approximately $10,000 to support youth across Canada and ensure they never have to feel alone.
"It was amazing to see different pieces of the community come together with a united passion for supporting youth," says Beth McClelland, one of the organizers.
The Peterborough Petes' Roger the Dog visits with two young walkers. (Photo by Daniel Sky Morris)
This year's walk included a visit from Roger the Dog of the Peterborough Petes, entertainment by the James Strath PS Drumline, and generous donations from Sobeys on Lansdowne, Boston Pizza, Nestle, Long & McQuade and Active Minds at Trent.
The Walk was also lucky to once again have support from BMO, Kal Tire and Bell Media.
The James Strath PS Drumline hypes up the walkers. (Photo by Daniel Sky Morris)