Jamestown Family Jaunt & Haunt set for Sunday

Dress up in your costumes and celebrate wellness this Halloween by joining Olympic Medical Center and the Jamestown S’Klallam Tribe for the Jamestown Family Jaunt and Haunt from 2-4 p.m. on Sunday, Oct. 28.


The Jaunt and Haunt is a wellness event and fun walk (about one mile) for area families and kids-at-heart.


Get on your costumes and enjoy a non-competitive walk around Olympic Medical Center’s Sequim campus.


Also participate in activities at the Jamestown Family Health Center, 808 N. Fifth Ave., and learn about fun ways to help your family maintain an active lifestyle and make healthy choices.


“Kids love Halloween and there’s no better time to offer a free, family friendly event to the community,” said Bobby Beeman, health promotions coordinator at Olympic Medical Center.


“We hope to see kids, parents, grandparents and more dressed up in costume to enjoy some time outside for a walk. We also want to encourage healthy habits in a fun way, so we’ll be offering youth-oriented wellness opportunities along with other fun activities, good snacks and prizes.”


The first 250 children to register that day for the walk receive a free cooler lunch bag.


To volunteer for the event or for more information, call 417-7122 or e-mail to

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