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Coq. Fox run needs helpers

The 2012 Terry Fox Run will be held Sept. 16. - COURTESY OF THE TERRY FOX FOUNDATION
The 2012 Terry Fox Run will be held Sept. 16.
— image credit: COURTESY OF THE TERRY FOX FOUNDATION

Organizers with the Terry Fox Hometown Run in Port Coquitlam issued an appeal for helpers last week.

This week, Coquitlam run volunteers followed suit.

The Blue Mountain Park event needs people to step forward to assist with planning, promotion and tasks on run day, Sunday, Sept. 16. To learn more, call organizer Marta Jackson at 604-762-1081 or email martap.jackson@gmail.com.

And to help with the PoCo run, call Mary Ness at 604-944-1200.

• The Tri-Cities has four Terry Fox Run sites: Anmore (village hall, noon start); Coquitlam (Blue Mountain Park, noon start); Port Moody (Rocky Point Park, 10 a.m. start); and Port Coquitlam (Hyde Creek rec centre, 10 a.m. start). For more information on the runs or to donate to the Terry Fox Foundation, visit terryfox.org.

jwarren@tricitynews.com

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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