Aldergrove residents Debbie Girard and Dorothy Johnston pose with their capes of Langley Walk badges at the 50th annual event on Sunday

Langley Walk a 50 Year Tradition

Aldergrove residents Debbie Girard and Dorothy Johnston pose with their capes of Langley Walk badges at the 50th annual event on May 6.

Aldergrove residents Debbie Girard and Dorothy Johnston pose with their capes of Langley Walk badges at the 50th annual event on Sunday, May 6.

This was the 37th Langley Walk for Johnston. This year the walk started and ended at McLeod Athletic Park and travelled through the Derek Doubleday Arboreteum.

The walk was started in 1963 by the late Aldergrove resident Pete Swensson, who also served as Langley Township’s first recreation director.

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