Terry Fox organizers thankful for support

Agassiz walk would have been impossible without volunteers and sponsors

The Agassiz-Harrison Terry Fox Run and the Terry Fox Foundation thanks the generous donors who contributed so many wonderful door prizes for our participants and the fabulous hard-working volunteers who made the Run happen. It was a great success thanks to you all!

A special huge THANK YOU to Jane Klody and Cheam Village, our fabulous host!

Volunteers were: Agassiz Fire Dept, Jen Bailey, Malcolm and Elinor Bell, Boy Scouts of Agassiz, John and Sandra Bower, Nicole Choi, Keddy Goudey, Ginny Jennings, Zoltan Kiss, Jane Kivett, Jane Klody, Bonnie Maitland, Wendy Martin, Lynley Meier, John McElroy, Sam and Lisette Nelson, Gary Shanklin, Wilma Struys, Joanne Veltkamp, Rick and Jill Warda, Ron and Marilyn Warren, and Emee and Leo Wenk.

Donors were: A&W, Agassiz Produce, Agassiz Subway, Back Porch Coffee, Jen Bailey, Barton’s Insurance, Canadian Hazelnut Inc., Delphine and Fred Gornall, Helen Janas, Betty Johnston, Kent Outdoors, Dr L Madsen ~ Kent Veterinary Clinic, Wendy Martin, Mertin GM, Chilliwack, Muddy Waters, Sam Nelson, Rocky Mountain Chocolate Factory, Safeway Canada Sardis, Sasquatch Inn and Barbara Skorupa.

Elinor Bell

 

 

 

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