Raising funds for the city’s seniors transportation program, the annual Two Miles for Mary is set to take place in Prince Albert on Friday morning.
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From 7 a.m. to 9 p.m., the 26th annual breakfast radioathon will be presented on Country 900 CKBI.
In addition, a breakfast with fresh muffins, doughnuts, coffee and juice will be available at the Heritage Centre, which is at the westernmost section of the Margo Fournier Centre, north of the Gateway Mall.
Calling it an “honour” to be named this year’s “Mary,” Rubena Wenzel said that she’s keen on helping the program in whatever way she can.
At 99 years of age, Wenzel gave up driving prior to last snowfall at the urging of her daughters.
Wenzel will join a table of former “Mary” representatives during Friday’s breakfast luncheon.
The radioathon will take place from 7 a.m. to 9 a.m., during which funds can be donated through calling 763-MARY (6279).
Check the Daily Herald website later today for a profile story on Wenzel and how she’s found the city’s seniors transportation program beneficial.