Still time to register for Mother’s Day run

Annual Mother's Day run this Sunday starts at Parksville Community Park

With Mother’s Day this Sunday, May 10 it’s still not too late to sign up for the ORCA Mother’s Day 10 km run.

Entries will be closing tonight just before midnight (May 7) so if you didn’t get a chance to sign up for the 10 km run/walk event, you can still do so a half-hour before the start of the race on Sunday.

The walking portion of the event starts at 9:30 a.m. and the runners start at 10:00 a.m.

Registration prior to the event is $20 and will be $30 on race day. ORCA will be donating proceeds from the race to the Parksville Haven Society, with donations being kindly accepted.

The run starts at Parksville Community Park.

For more information or to register for the Mother’s Day run this Sunday visit www.orcarunning.ca.

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