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With bowel cancer still the second most common cancer in Australia, The Jodi Lee Foundation helps raise awareness to educate all Australians on bowel cancer prevention and the steps you can take to lead a healthier life.
And they do this through an extremely fun annual event, the Jodi Lee Foundation’s South Australian Trek (JLK Trek SA) which aims to raise funds and help eliminate bowel cancer.
In its 7th year and in memory of Sherie Hagger, a long-time supporter of the foundation who has recently passed away from bowel cancer at aged 37, the JLK Trek SA will this year take place on Friday 17 and Saturday 18 May.
Trekkers will explore the picturesque Fleurieu Peninsula coast and inland countryside of Victor Harbor, hiking 80km over the two days or for those wanting something a little less vigorous, can choose between 10km or 25km over one day.
Once you have reached the finish line, a celebratory party filled with food, drinks and music will be held for all trekkers at the Bluff, Encounter Bay.
Set yourself a personal goal, have fun with friends and meet new people whilst enjoying the view and experiencing an adventure in the outdoors, all for a charitable cause.
Places are limited. For more information and to register, visit the Jodi Lee Foundation website here.