34th Annual Wild Goose Chase

Participants come together for this fun run to choose either a 5km or 8km run, or 5 km walk.

Participants come together for this fun run to choose either a 5 km or 8 km run, or 5 km walk. The event through Vanderhoof is becoming a bigger and bigger event each year. From running enthusiasts, to the occasional jogger, to those who just want a good walk all come together in this great annual event to support good health and sport in Vanderhoof.

The race is May 6, 2012 starting at 10 am beginning at W.L. McLeod Elementary across from Nechako Valley High School. Race number pick up 8:30 – 9:45, awards and prizes at 11:10 am. Refreshments and food provided. Please see the Omineca Express for the Wild Goose Chase Entry Form or on line at www.strideandglide.ca or call Brian for information 567-5324.

 

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