Locals walk the walk

Healthy Renmark/Paringa Challenge participants Kloe Stoeckel (Renmark Hotel) (back from left), Alannah Cassidy (Renmark Club), Kyla Wade (Renmark Club), Celeste Newbery (Murray Pioneer), Michael Schuetze (Renmark Hotel), Sam Albanese (Renmark Club), Bradley Parkes (Renmark Club) and Coral Stone (Renmark Hotel), with challenge organisers Renmark Paringa Council’s Stephanie Coughlin (front from left), Riverland Division of General Practice’s (RDGP) Scerina Rasheed, Renmark Club’s Lyn Wilksch and Darren Baker, and RDGP’s Teresa Baker. The challenge was designed to get local businesses more active. PHOTO: Jane Kuerschner
OVER 200 locals got their hearts racing over the past two months during a Renmark and Paringa step challenge

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Jane Kuerschner

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Jane Kuerschner completed a Bachelor of Journalism at the University of South Australia in 2014. She worked as an editorial messenger at The Advertiser before starting as a journalist at the Murray Pioneer. She grew up in Orroroo before completing her high school education and university studies in Adelaide. Jane is passionate about sport and in particular Australian Rules.

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