10k Walk and Run for Fun event

Last year we raised $3,100 for the Arrow Lakes Hospital.

  • Jul. 10, 2014 1:00 p.m.

The Three Islands Resort is holding our 18th Annual 10km Walk and Run for Fun benefit event on July 13.

We are seeking gift donations to be raffled following the event. Each year we try to ensure each participant receives a gift. Last year we raised $3,100 for the Arrow Lakes Hospital.

Cash or cheque donations will also be gratefully accepted and donated directly to the Hospital.

Three Islands Resort will match all money raised. All donors will be listed in local publications following the event.

Thank you in advance for your generosity. Without your continuing support  the event would not be possible.

The event starts at 8:00 a.m. at the Three Islands Resort: Hwy 6, Summit Lake BC.

For information or to make a donation contact Irene Poznikoff by phone at 250-359-7070 or 250-265-3023, or email her at irenepoz@gmail.com.

 

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