The annual Terry Fox Run has become a fall tradition in Canada, with more than 650 communities, big and small, urban and rural, English and French, fundraising for cancer research.
We have been asked by the organizers of the Terry Fox Run to assist with communications for their event.
This is easy to do, we arrive at 9-9:30am at the Harrison Park bandshell, go to our assigned locations and provide updates to the "Control Station" and assistance to anyone who may need it.
The event is usually complete by noon and it has been our tradition to go to a local coffee shop afterwards.
This year we have somewhat short notice so in addition to this webpage a mailing will be sent to all GBARC subscribers requesting volunteers.
Since it is short notice, we are asking that volunteers let us know no later than Tuesday evening. If there is not enough volunteers then the Terry Fox organizers will attempt to do this on their own and so, they will need some time to arrange this.
To volunteer simply reply to this email along with your preferred location and I will update this map.