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Rainy Walk-Jog-Cycle for Jesus, 2006

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The rainy day on Saturday, June 10, 2006, did not hold back those committed to walking, jogging, or cycling to raise funds for Western Tract Mission. They just dressed warmly, and came prepared with umbrellas, or hoods, or in the case of baby carriages, made sure the covers were water-proof.

the group that gathered for this year's
Walk-Jog-Cycle for Jesus
The group that gathered for this year's Walk-Jog-Cycle for Jesus.

(Only 90 year old Henry Friesen of Hague felt that he would catch a cold, if he rode the distance on his scooter, so he went along to the picnic area to help prepare for the barbecue).

There was a brief memorial ceremony for Mark Jenkins' whose life inspired this walkathon three years ago. Doug Jenkins, Mark's father, lit a lantern and had a prayer dedicating this walk.

Barb Jenkins reading The Room
Then Barb read an essay/story written by another teen shortly before he died. It was called, The Room, where he found many card files with all he had ever done, but Jesus came and covered them with His blood.

Arnold Stobbe, Director of Western Tract Mission,
opened the walk with prayer
Arnold Stobbe, Director of Western Tract Mission, opened the walk with prayer.

Barb gave the kids balloons to
release - representing the prayers
Barb gave the kids balloons to release - representing the prayers of the walkers and cyclists.
Off go the balloons into the grey sky
Off go the balloons into the grey sky

Sisters, Priscilla and Dorcas, were the
first off down the Meewasin Trail
Sisters, Priscilla and Dorcas, were the first off down the Meewasin Trail

Followed by Joe & Penny Homontowski,
Tina Dyck and Laura Hildebrand, and Susie, a new friend!
Followed by Joe & Penny Homontowski, Tina Dyck and Laura Hildebrand, and Susie, a new friend!

Then the cyclists were ready to roll
Then the cyclists were ready to roll

Darlene Klassen and the twins, striding ahead of
other parents with little children
Darlene Klassen and the twins, striding ahead of other parents with little children

More parents with children and a lovely Husky
dog.
More parents with children and lovely Husky dog.

The last ones are on the way now!
The last ones are on the way now!

Now let's hurry ahead, and see them as they arrive at the Kinsmen Park for the barbecue Sausage on a Bun Picnic lunch.




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