Walking to great lengths
Supporting Chaplains in our schools
MORE than 300 walkers are expected to participate in Ks4Kids on September 9 at Golden Beach.
Students, parents and community members will come together for a fundraising walk along the Golden Beach foreshore to raise funds for school chaplaincy in Golden Beach State School and Talara Primary College.
Chaplain Colan “Chappy Col” Coleman said it will be a great event for families from both schools.
“It is a family event where we promote fitness and fun,” Mr Coleman said.
“We get the families from both schools to come together to enjoy the beautiful foreshore.
“It will be awesome to see both schools coming out on a Sunday morning to enjoy the beautiful scenery and to spend some time together,” he said.
Chaplaincy committee member Nicole Robinson said it’s a great location for the event to take place.
“The Golden Beach foreshore is a great venue for the fundraising walk on a
“The wonderful thing is that all participants not only join in a healthy activity with family, friends and the community, but also have brunch near the beach.
“Everyone also helps to keep chappies in schools, so that they can continue to bring support and hope to a young generation,” she said.
The morning kicks off at 7.45am with sign in, followed with an optional 2km fluoro run, 5km walk , free brunch(for those registered) and then an assortment of games.
Adventure Empire will host a game of Bubble Soccer and tug-o-war.
Prizes are on offer for the “fastest, brightest and most inspirational.”
Join in the fun on Sunday, September 9, at Fraser Park, the Esplanade (cnr Beattie St), Golden Beach.
For more information visit www.ks4kids.org.au
It will be awesome to see both schools coming out on a Sunday morning to enjoy the beautiful scenery and to spend some time together. — Colan “Chappy Col” Coleman
KMS FOR KIDS: Families are gearing up to show their support by joining a fundraising walk.