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Hit the slopes to help Canadian Cancer Society

There's a new way to fundraise for the Canadian Cancer Society — on the slopes.

Slopes for Hope is a ski-a-thon being held at Hemlock Resort on Feb. 10.

Participants can sign up as individuals for a personal challenge, or in teams and split the distance between team members. Registration is $10 for those aged 13 and older, and free for participants 12 and under.

And to encourage participation, there is no lift pass for those who raise $100 or more.

Visit www.slopesforhope.ca to register, on Facebook or Twitter, or by phone at 604-533-1280.

 

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