Hodge top gun at Gunner Shaw, shuffling Santas looking at new elf-fits

Credit to Author: Gord Kurenoff| Date: Sun, 08 Dec 2019 16:50:14 +0000

Some notes and quotes and anecdotes to help you cope, as you prepare for lineups, parking spot wars, mall mania, turkeys, one for the road and disappearing patience: Hodge, Mildren make a splash at Gunner Shaw The headline ticker would read that Malcolm Hodge of Richmond won the Gunner Shaw Memorial Cross-Country 10K on Saturday […]

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There was no rain dear, just 400 shuffling Santas for Burn Fund cause

Credit to Author: Gord Kurenoff| Date: Sun, 01 Dec 2019 16:08:44 +0000

OPINION: If you were one of the 400 who suited up, count yourself lucky to be a good Claus for the cause and part of something new that will grow faster than you can say Ho, Ho, Ho!

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'Stache Stampede' had extra giddy up in Stanley Park for mental health

Credit to Author: Gord Kurenoff| Date: Sun, 24 Nov 2019 03:54:43 +0000

OPINION: Behind the 2019 ‘Stache Stampede’ and its mechanical bull Moe, the cowpoke theme and bells, contests, brunch and beverages at Stanley Park Brewing Restaurant and Brewpub, is a more serious Movember message of “speaking up” and “saving bros”

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Mo Miler plays role so bridge tours can focus on scenery, not jumpers

Credit to Author: Gord Kurenoff| Date: Fri, 08 Nov 2019 14:42:03 +0000

OPINION: The Lower Mainland running community has been my saviour since my brother died. Good people, doing fun things, some faster than others! And we push each other, and pull each other along if necessary. Our common bond is we never give up no matter how tough the road or trail gets. Our hope is that you don’t either

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Hundreds wing it, show support for bereaved families in Butterfly Run

Credit to Author: Gord Kurenoff| Date: Sun, 06 Oct 2019 19:07:40 +0000

Rick Hansen, the Man in Motion icon who understands going all out for a cause, took part in the Butterfly Run 5K and was impressed. As were the wonderful women with butterfly wings and painted faces, the kids in their new white T-shirts, the groups running for lost or grieving loved ones

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