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June 9, 2006
Photo Opportunity - Even a 98-year-old is taking the Toronto Challenge
Participants as old as 98 and as young as two years will be joining fellow walkers and runners in this Sunday’s Toronto Challenge, presented by Toronto Homes for the Aged and

An aerobics warm-up will get participants ready for their 1k or 5k walk and the 5k run. The event features a challenge between hockey legend Doug Gilmour and 73-year-old Richard Graves, who will be joined by more than 2,000 participants, not including the many pets and even the police horses that will share in this 15th annual celebration.

This fun-filled event is expected to raise half a million dollars to enhance the lives of residents in Toronto Homes for the Aged, and also to support more than 55 community groups serving seniors across Toronto.

Date: Sunday, June 11

Key Times: Aerobics warm-up: 9 a.m.
Race Start: 9:30 a.m. sharp
Award Presentations: 10:30 a.m. (approximate)

Location: 55 John St., Metro Hall and surrounding area (corner of King and John Streets)

Media contact:

Debbie Muldoon
Communication Supervisor
Toronto Social Development
Finance & Administration
416-528-1800 (cell on event day)



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