More than 80 people came out to participate in the annual Hike For Hospice fundraiser at Fraser River Heritage Park on Sunday. / Kevin Mills Photos

VIDEO, PHOTOS: Mission walks in support of local Hospice Society

The 2019 Hike For Hospice attracted more than 80 participants, despite the wet weather

The Mission Hospice Society held its annual Hike for Hospice fundraising event on Sunday, Sept. 22 at Fraser River Heritage Park.

More than 80 people braved the wet weather to take part in the event.

Hikers walked a five-kilometre trail through the park to support one another and acknowledge the loss of loved ones.

All the proceeds went directly towards supporting local grief and bereavement support programs as well as work with the Christine Morrison Hospice.


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