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Recovery Walk

Recovery Walk, Sept. 24
Bimose Noojimo’iwewin (Recovery Walk)

The Recovery Walk is an annual function to support individuals and families in recovery and to recognize the positive effects recovery can have!

The 2020 walk registration begins on Thursday, Sept. 24, 4:30 p.m., at the Big Bear Arena. The walk begins at 5:15 p.m.  in the Big Bear parking lot and ends in the Big Bear parking lot. The first 200 registrants receive masks instead of T-shirts this year. Anyone unable to participate in the walk is still welcomed to pick up their masks and goodie bags. No hot meal served this year, but goodie bags include food gift cards.

Additional features of the Recovery Walk include a cake walk, information booths and NARCAN give away with training. Everyone is invited! We will be practicing social distancing. Masks required.

Questions? Please call Sault Tribe Behavioral Health at 906‑635‑6075 or Tribal Court at 906‑635‑4963.

This event is sponsored by Sault Tribe Behavioral Health Program and Sault Ste. Marie Chippewa Tribal Court.

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