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Updated: 11/08/2017 10:16:07AM

Turn a walk for charity into a healthy stroll

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Jennifer Fagenbaum points to handprints made by children who have gone through the local Family Promise program with their family. As of Oct. 22, 30 families have been served, which represents 64 children and 104 people total with a 49-day average stay. The handprints are taken as the families move out.

Lunges: Sandy Couch (foreground) instructs walkers; (left to right) Elsa Dempsey, president of Family Promise Board of Directors; Judy Cipra, registered walker; Jennifer Fagenbaum, director of Family Promise.

Heel-toe: state trooper walk

Knee Lift

Rockette

Duck In-and-Out

Swing arms

SUN PHOTO BY AUDREY BLACKWELL

This building at 720 Shamrock Blvd. serves as the Day Center for families going through the Family Promise program.

By MIKE SULLIVAN

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Walkers in this Saturday’s First Annual Dream Walk, Nov. 11, stepping off at 9 a.m., at Venice Presbyterian Church’s Fellowship Hall, 825 The Rialto, can turn the charity walk into a fun, healthy stroll by heeding the advice of two smart young women, Jennifer Fagenbaum and Sandy Couch.

Fagenbaum is the director of the Family Promise of South Sarasota County (FPSSC), sponsor of the Dream Walk, powered by Pinkerton Wealth Management and other corporate sponsors.

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