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Hopping in the ocean everyday in support of people experiencing eating disorders: Swim to Eat

Every day since last September, rain or shine – or snow, Clay Johnson has gone for a swim in the ocean.

The grade 11 student is just over halfway through a full year of daily dips.

Called Swim to Eat, Johnson’s campaign is designed to raise funds and awareness for those experiencing eating disorders – a cause he has a personal connection to.

The money raised is going to The Looking Glass Foundation, a BC group that provides support to people experiencing eating disorders.

Clay Johnson came by the CHLY studio to speak with People First Radio’s Joe Pugh.

You can find more information about Clay’s campaign here.

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