Rainy cold weather forced a change in the 5 km Walk/Run route. An avalanche warning for the road to the wharf sparked the route to go around the Bella Coola town site. From L to R: Kyle Mack

Bella Coola completes 5km Fun Run

Bella Coola completes 5km Fun Run despite road closure

Rainy cold weather forced a  change in the 5 km Walk/Run route. An avalanche warning for the road to the wharf sparked the route to go around the Bella Coola town site. From L to R: Kyle Mack, Bert Snow, Terry Mack, Dana Drugan, Angel Leys, Cyril Wolgien,, Monica Wolgien, Maureen Leys. All completed the distance despite the wet weather. This event marked the halfway point in training to prepare for the 10km on Saturday, April 26.

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