Enter steps challenge

September 28, 2017

Goulburn Valley Health chief executive Trevor Saunders, Shepparton Villages chief executive Kerri Rivett, Goulburn Valley Health foundation director Carmel Johnson and City of Greater Shepparton chief executive Peter Harriott will be tracking their steps for this year’s corporate pedometer challenge.

Registrations are now open for this year’s Corporate Pedometer Challenge.

A partnership between Greater Shepparton City Council, Goulburn Valley Health, Shepparton Retirement Villages and FamilyCare, the challenge will officially begin on Monday, October 2.

This year will see participants select one of three charities to support by donating their entry fee.

Participants can choose from GV Health, Shepparton Retirement Villages and Sporting Chance — a partnership program from Greater Shepparton City Council and FamilyCare.

An official launch for the challenge was held at Victoria Park Lake yesterday, which was attended by Greater Shepparton City Council chief executive Peter Harriott, Shepparton Villages chief executive officer Kerri Rivett and GV Health Foundation Director Carmel Johnson.

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