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Christy Clark thanks everyone for doing their part in ensuring friends, family and neighbors feel safe, secure and are treated with dignity and respect through building an inclusive society.
Read the letter by clicking here: Christy Clark on Pride Run & Walk.
Vancouver Weekly has a well written and interesting read about the Pride Run & Walk for 2014 with comments by Race Director, Greg Ambrosi. It’s great to see that we’re able to make some headlines with the introduction of our 3rd gender category, “Gender Variant” and we certainly do hope that we’re setting a precedent for future race events.
Find the article here: http://vancouverweekly.com/pride-run-walk-raising-awareness-one-step-time
It’s worth the read!
Chris sits on the board as our Social Director and we have him to thank for organizing and coordinating many of our awesomely fun monthly socials. Christopher now joins us from Edmonton, and the interview explains why. Click here for more
June 15th is the last day for early bird prices, so if you haven’t already registered, do so now and save yourself some money. Or better yet, use that money and commemorate the event by ordering a Pride Run branded technical t-shirt during registration.
Once registered, be sure to head over to our Facebook page and enter our Pride Run Contest for your chance to win a Complimentary Entry, Technical T-Shirt and $25.00 to spend at the Running Room. Click here to enter. Share the contest with friends to increase your chances of winning.
There were 9 of us who met up at the start of the Grouse Grind on Sunday the 8th – including Laurie who as part of his marathon training had run to the start of the Grind from downtown Vancouver! We were also joined at the top by a few others who’d run up from downtown with the Running Room. All in all it was a lot of fun and we look forward to doing it again next year (or at the end of summer if anyone is keen).