Participation in the Revelstoke Terry Fox Run has been growing each year since it was revived by organizers at the Powder Springs Inn. Bolstered by a big contingent from the Revelstoke Nordic Ski Club

Revelstoke Terry Fox Run 2013

79 registered participants raised $3,658 at the Revelstoke Terry Fox Run Sunday. The event has been revitalized in recent years.

Participation in the Revelstoke Terry Fox Run has been growing each year since it was revived by organizers at the Powder Springs Inn. Bolstered by a big contingent from the Revelstoke Nordic Ski Club, a total of 79 registered runners, walkers and bikers raised a total of $3,658 this year. Organizer Emma Kirkland noted there were quite a few unregistered participants who took advantage of the glorious late summer weather. The numbers were also bolstered by a big contingent from the Revelstoke Nordic Ski Club, who got in some dry-land training for a good cause.

 

 

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