Walk4Friendship Sunday, November 1st!

8:30 AM – 9:30 AM – Bag Pick Up at the Friendship Circle. Click Here to RSVP

9:30 AM – Live Virtual Kick-Off – Click Here for Zoom Link 

10:00 AM – 2:oo PM –  Walk Your Way! All you have to do is walk for 30 minutes or a 3K however you want, here are some fun options:

  • Scavenger Hunts – We came up with fun scavenger hunts for you to do with your FC Walk team. You can do whichever one works for you!

    • Squirrel Hill Scavenger Hunt – Click Here 

    • Nature Scavenger Hunt – Click Here 

    • Virtual Scavenger Hunt- you can participate in the Walk4Friendship from the comfort of your own house. At 11:30 AM we will have a virtual scavenger hunt- Click Here 

  • Check Points – Throughout Squirrel Hill, the South Hills, and Fox Chapel we will have checkpoints that you can stop at and take photos with FC signs, have FC giveaways and see recognizable faces!  If you are walking in any of those areas please be sure to stop at at least ONE and send in your photo!  Send a photo to [email protected], tag @fcpgh, or use #walk4friendship

  • Use a treadmill or an elliptical – Send us your walking playlist and send us a photo! Send a photo to [email protected], tag @fcpgh, or use #walk4friendship

2:00 PM Virtual Celebration – Join us on zoom for a Celebration of Friendship and Community with all participants and sponsors and to present Dorothy Pollon with the Shore White Hill Award for her work in the community and inclusion.- Click Here 

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