Club supports women’s health

BayView Walk'nRun

Celebrating after the run.

On Saturday, May 18th the Sedro-Woolley Boys & Girls Club joined women from all over Skagit and Whatcom Counties in the 31st Annual Bay View Women’s Walk & Run. This event helped to support Skagit Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault Services and Women’s Health Issues. Sedro-Woolley Club Member Katie Davis took first overall in the two mile run with Adriana Timblin taking first in her age group. While many participants ran to support the cause, a few of our Members also ran in remembrance of Ann Votava Stiles who was close to many of these young women above and an active community and Club supporter. 

If you have questions about our Healthy Habits, SMART Girls, or Sports and Fitness programs contact John Garman at 360-856-1830 ext43 or email jgarman@bgcskagit.org.

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