Rotary’s Merrython deadline draws near

The Oak Bay Merrython Fun Run is Dec. 4, but registration ends Dec. 1

The deadline to get involved in the Oak Bay Merrython Fun Run is coming up fast.

The Merrython Fun Run takes place Dec. 4, starting at Henderson Recreation Centre, 2911 Cedar Hill Cross Rd. It includes an eight-kilometre run, four-kilometre walk and one-kilometre children’s event.

Registration until Dec. 1 and on Dec. 4, is $15 for adults (13 years and up) and $5 for children.

Warm up at 9:45 a.m.  in the gym at Henderson Recreation Centre. Start time is 10 a.m. The children’s event begins at 11:15 a.m. Runners of Compassion will collect non-perishable food and winter wear and blankets. Donations will be exchanged for a Oak Bay rec courtesy pass. Proceeds support the Rotary Club of Oak Bay.

Registration forms are available online at recreation.oakbaybc.org or at all Oak Bay Recreation centres.

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