Roll and Stroll participants (l-r) Hazel Hyder, Eileen Chaney and Edna Godfrey pound the pavement on Parkview Drive in Elizabeth City, Monday, during the 5th annual walking event sponsored by the Pasquotank chapter of the AARP.
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Roll and Stroll participants (l-r) Hazel Hyder, Eileen Chaney and Edna Godfrey pound the pavement on Parkview Drive in Elizabeth City, Monday, during the 5th annual walking event sponsored by the Pasquotank chapter of the AARP.

Roll and Stroll: Seniors trek for health, fellowship

“A lot of seniors stay home alone. Other than maybe a phone call or a family member dropping in, they don’t get an opportunity to do these kinds of things, to visit with people that they probably went to school with, that they worked with.”


Rachel Reddick
President, Pasquotank Chapter of the AARP

By William F. West

The Daily Advance

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Dorothy Scott describes herself as a “walkaholic.”

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I remember once in Malaysia

I remember once in Malaysia near the Bintulu Hotel, a fun run for a healthy lifestyle has been held for their yearly event.

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