Our Rotary Norfolk Sunrise Brrrr Team proved to be pretty cool! 
Dan Avey of Youth Unlimited Norfolk welcomed us when we started our walk Saturday at the Waterford Trail with huge thanks.  Our team had three people who raised more than $1000: our newest member Chris, team captain Cathy and Gail Bouw.  Our Club was second highest Rotary fundraiser in Canada with more than $10,000 raised, which helped push Youth Unlimited past even their stretch goal of $30,000.  As Dan said, this will help young people in our community come in from the cold with food and positive activities.    
We had a great turnout, including three canine friends. Andy guided us for walks of 5km and 2km, both of which featured the Bridges of Waterford Ponds (they should make a movie!)  We all had a great time visiting and getting exercise, and appreciating how cold it can be when the wind blows on a frosty February day.  Thanks to Captain Cathy for tailgate hot chocolate and Gail Catherwood for cookies after the walk.  Click on 'Read more ...'  to see more pictures of our walk.  
In the end, Rotary did very well (Rotary topped all Corporate & Community Challengers) and as a Club we did great (we were among the three leading Rotary teams in Canada) see the overall CNOY results by clicking on this link.  This was a tremendous community success story and we thank Cathy Harrop for providing the leadership, time and energy to bring us together for such a great event.
Thanks to Dave Nicolle for sending along the panoramic group picture, and Andy Kooistra for the middle picture of some of the happy 5km walkers. Also to note Keith & Helen who walked on a beach somewhere in Mexico.