Hundreds raise thousands of dollars at Parksville’s Terry Fox Run

More than 300 people of all ages were on bikes, on foot and pushing strollers for the 35th annual national run

TERRY FOX RUN: The sun broke through the clouds just before the start of the Terry Fox Run on Sunday in Rathtrevor Provincial Park in Parksville. More than 300 people of all ages were on bikes, on foot and pushing strollers for the 35th annual national run honouring the late hero Terry Fox and helping to raise money for cancer research. More than 30 volunteers helped set up, did registration, food, marshalling and much more. The local run raised $7,344. For more photos from the event, visit www.facebook.com/PQBNews.

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