Judith Rutledge, Sheila Croteau, Barbara Bailey, and Katherine Byrne cheer after they correctly discovered all the answers, confirmed by Rotarians Yvon Serre and Norm Edwards. The Rotary Club of Petawawa created a list of questions that had participants exploring the grounds of the Petawawa Civic Centre for clues. (Photos by Patricia Leboeuf, Petawawa Post)
Five teams participated, leaving early on Saturday from the Petawawa Heritage Village. (Photos by Patricia Leboeuf, Petawawa Post)
Much like most healthy smoothies, this drink contained kale and spinach. What was different, however, was the addition of cricket powder. Though Myla and Laila Shaver didn’t have to drink any, the adults did. (Photos by Patricia Leboeuf, Petawawa Post)
ts guess how much a basket of food was worth. It took several guesses before people figured out that the price tag was $23.20.(Photos by Patricia Leboeuf, Petawawa Post)
Teams take on Amazing Community Challenge
By Patricia Leboeuf
Posted on Thursday September 27, 2018
Women Walking for Hope are known for their yearly 42-km trek from Petawawa to Pembroke and back to raise funds for the Canadian Cancer Society Renfrew County Community Office Wheels of Hope Transportation program. This year, they’ve added another activity to their list, creating the 1st Annual Amazing Community Challenge. Challenges during the Aug. 25 event, which raised over $2,000 for the transportation program, ranged from the physical to the psychological, but all were family friendly. Many local businesses and organizations throughout Petawawa and Pembroke helped out by organizing a challenge or providing a location for a challenge, as well as donating silent auction items. Chamber of Secrets donated a prize for a draw at the end of the event.