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2022 Run Off the Grid

Run off the Grid !
at Nature's Harmony

2022 NBMCA Canoe Race

Its Back! The 45th Annual Canoe Race.
It doesn't sound like there will be a banquet this year, so we will be finished early.
Let me know if you are planning to attend (or click on the attend button)
I'm guessing 5-6 people required (more would allow relief at checkpoints).
The info is here: http://www.mattawarivercanoerace.ca/

2020 Run off the Grid Update

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Hello Everyone;

During the final preparation for Run Off the Grid this year, the organizers have determined that they need to limit
not only participants but volunteers on site.

As a result they have asked us to limit our participation to 5 volunteers this year.

The first five people to respond are:
Paul, VA3PC
Wanda VE3KOJ
Drew, VE3MAF
Lori, VE3LOR
Dave, VA3NBH

Run off the Grid is a GO - Sept 26th.

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Run off the Grid is a go with a limit of 100 participants.
This would have been the 10th year, but due to the registration limit, they are going to call it the 9.5 year anniversary.
They will have COVID-19 protocols in place, volunteers are asked to wear masks.
Race course will be in one direction this year, so the checkpoints will be less hectic.
Staggered start for the three races 45 minutes apart, with the shortest race (12.5k) leaving at 10:30.
No food for competitors at the checkpoints, only liquids in disposable cups.

2020 Hospital Walk/Run

This will be a virtual event this year, so our attendance is not required. Stay Safe.

2020 Run Off The Grid 9.5 year anniversary.

Run off the Grid is a go with a limit of 100 participants. This would have been the 10th year, but due to the registration limit, they are going to call it the 9.5 year anniversary.
They will have COVID-19 protocols in place, volunteers are asked to wear masks.
Race course will be in one direction this year, so the checkpoints will be less hectic.
Staggered start for the three races 45 minutes apart, with the shortest race (12.5k) leaving at 10:30.
No food for competitors at the checkpoints, only liquids in disposable cups.

2019 Hike for Hospice Thank-You

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Sunday was a gorgeous day to be in Laurier Woods for the Fourth Annual Hike for Hospice! The efforts of the following individuals are very much appreciated:
Drew Riddell VE3MAF
Bill Gibson VE3TGI
Gerry Girard VE3YO
Dan Magill VE3DLL
Scott Prior VA3EPZ
David Holmes (soon to be VE3NBH)
Paul Caccamo VA3PC
Wanda Caccamo VE3KOJ
Jim Hasler VA3JGH.

Everyone made it out of the woods safely. I do not know final numbers of participants and money raised, but will report that once I do.

Lori VE3LOR

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