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Posted on: June 13, 2014

[ARCHIVED] "Jazz Up" Your Summer with the Walk Midland Program

Take a step towards better health with the annual Walk Midland program.

The program hosts two-mile walks at various locations in Midland. New in 2014, City Forest has been added as a site on Monday nights. Walks are free of charge and take place on Mondays at City Forest (meet at the trail head); Tuesdays at Stratford Park (meet near the beach volleyball courts); Wednesdays at Chippewa Nature Center (meet at the pavilion); Thursdays at MidMichigan Medical Center’s Wellness Trail (meet at the corner of Wellness Dr. and McCandless); and Sundays at the Tridge/Farmers Market area.

All walks begin at 6 p.m. with representatives from sponsoring organizations leading the walks.

Each time walkers participate, they will be registered in a drawing for a free t-shirt. In addition, there will be a drawing on July 25 for a grand prize trip for two to the Jazzy Walk Weekend at Mackinac Island’s Grand Hotel over the Labor Day weekend, which includes a walk across the Mackinac Bridge during the Governor’s Walk.

Walk Michigan is sponsored by the Parks and Recreation Department, Chippewa Nature Center, and MidMichigan Medical Center–Midland.

For more information, contact the Parks and Recreation Department at 989-837-6930.

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