Create a Safer Community; One Step at a Time

St. Thomas Police Chief Darryl Pinnell, St. Thomas Fire Chief Rob Broadbent, Central Elgin Fire Chief Don Crocker, Emergency Medical Services Manager Don MacLellan, Elgin Ontario Provincial Police Commander Brad Fishleigh, Aylmer Police Chief Andre Reymer, and St. Thomas Police Inspector Chris Herridge.

On Sunday, September 28, they will don women’s shoes and walk a mile as a fun way to increase awareness about the serious issue of violence against women and raise funds for Women’s Place – Elgin’s Emergency Shelter.

The event is open to all men, aged 16 and older, who want to be part of the solutions needed to create safety for everyone. Shoes are provided.

The first Walk a Mile in Her Shoes, Elgin County, was held in 2010. This is the 5th year for this event. Join us Sunday, September 28 in Pinafore Park (95 Elm St) St. Thomas from 1:30 pm to 3:00 pm.

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