Sun Runners take on 10km!

Community turns out for Third Annual Bella Coola Sun Run

Community turns out for Third Annual Bella Coola Sun Run

What delightful weather for 3rd Annual Bella Coola Fun 10km Walk/Run! It was a crisp, sunny morning and the weather was perfect for the entire day. Participants wore the red Aboriginal Walk/Run scarves in thanks to the funders – also thanks to Active Communities Bella Coola and SportMedBC.

35 people completed the 10km this year, some walked, some ran, one joined halfway and everyone had fun! Morgan Hedges was the youngest runner and completed 5km. There were goodies at the end for everyone, and prizes were drawn.

Thank you to all who sported the colours of the Boston Marathon with thoughts of the recent tragedy there.

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