Millet 1st Annual Run4Families

Pipestone Flyer

Two of Millet’s residents are getting involved with fund raising, keeping active and letting everyone know where Millet is, and what they stand for. Kathryn Weremey and Natalie Turnes (Turnes Training) are these two individuals. They want to start and support an annual run which will benefit and help military families across Canada.

The 1st Annual Run4Families will be held on Saturday, August 23, 2014, in conjunction with the Millet Harvest Fair. Adults will start the event at 8:30 am and the tykes will begin at 9:30 am. This is a 5 kilometer run through Millet, starting at the Moone Heights Soccer Fields. From there, they will continue to loop the Pipestone trails, the Millet Legion and then behind the creek. The run is to be finished by 10:30 am, so all participants can enjoy the parade.

These ladies are looking for 60 people to participate in what they are hoping to be a great event, that will enhance what is already scheduled for the Harvest Fair weekend activities.

You can register for this event on line at www.events.runningroom.com. The cost is $35.00 for adults and $20.00 for tykes. If you require any other information or would like to give donations to the Military Families, you can contact Kathryn at her e-mail weremey@telus.me.

"We are really happy to support the Millet Harvest Fair and our Military Families," stated Kathryn.

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