Back for another year, the Parkinson's Superwalk will be held this weekend in Saskatoon. Nancy Kelley, who hails from Kindersley, has been apart of the Superwalk for many years, and will be taking part once again. For the past couple of years, the Superwalk has been virtual due to COVID, but this year marks the return to live participation. 

More than 100,000 Canadians live with Parkinson’s, a number expected to increase substantially in the coming years, with 30 Canadians diagnosed each day. Parkinson’s is a disease that affects not only individuals, but also families, friends and care partners who come together to manage the realities of Parkinson’s.

Kelley continues to be one of the main contributors to Parkinson's research, as she has raised over $3000 so far this year. The goal is $4000, and you can donate by clicking here.

For more information locally about Parkinson's, support available, The Super Walk 22 or to donate, please call Nancy @ 306.463.4514.

West Central Online will have an update on the turnout of the walk, and the amount of money raised as soon as that information is available.