Falconridge KADIWA members take the scenic route in Fun Run

By KATE SEBASTIAN and ANTONIO G. CAÑAVERAL JR.

Date Posted: June 23, 2022

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On May 28, 2022, a Fun Run brought joy and excitement to KADIWA members from the Local Congregation of Falconridge, Alberta, in the Ecclesiastical District of Calgary, Canada, as they took the Mchugh Bluff route along Crescent Rd NW & Centre Street N, Calgary, Canada, and towards Prince’s Island Park, across Bow River.

As a group, the brethren began the Fun Run at the Crescent Heights Lookout Point, with its popular deck of stairs, crossed the Memorial Drive, and proceeded to the Bow River Pathway Bridge that took them into Prince’s Island Park. From there, the KADIWA members took the southern part of the Bow River Pathway before heading west and then crossed the Bow River again on the Peace Bridge and finally turned east back towards their starting point. The route that the participants took runs approximately 2.6 kilometers.

The activity not only gave the brethren a chance to exercise but, more importantly, spend time with other KADIWA members, strengthening their bond of brotherhood. — With reports from INC News Section

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