Kimberley runs for Terry Fox this Sunday

Registration 11 a.m. at Centennial Hall; run begins at noon

The Terry Fox monument near Thunder Bay

With the first hard frost behind us and the scent of fall in the air, it must be time for the annual Terry Fox Run.

As always Kimberley’s run will originate outside Centennial Hall promptly at noon, Sunday, September 18. Registration begins at 11 a.m.

The route is the same as always, with a full 10 K run taking you down Rotary Drive to the Skate Park and back uptown.

But that’s a flexible route and you can do as much, or as little, of it as you want. New this year, you won’t be finishing at Centennial Hall but at DeLights at the stop light. DeLights owner Erna Jensen has generously offered gelato to all participants in the Terry Fox run. She will be handing out coupons during registration, so make sure you get yours before you start the run.

You can register online as well at www.terryfox.ca/terryfoxrun/kimberley

 

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