Burnaby set to show its support for the families of first responders 

October 16, 2017 by  

Honour House is a safe sanctuary for the families of first responders, and Burnaby will be showing its support by hosting the fifth annual staging of the Adrian Oliver Memorial Run in support of this initiative.

The run will offer both 5km and 10 km options, and those who wish to participate can choose the one that is best for them. They can take part on their own or as a member of a team, and those who run, walk or roll along the course will also be able to enjoy a barbecue lunch, participate in a silent auction and try their luck in the raffle that has been planned for the day. The food will be free for those who participate in the run, and other members of the public will be asked to contribute $10.00 each.

Medals will be presented to the top three finishers in both the men’s and women’s categories, and the first place teams for both first responders and civilians will receive a trophy. T-shirts will be offered for sale at a price of $20.00 each on the day of he event, and customized corporate gifts such as this can be both designed and then printed by an area printer.

This day of helping has been planned for Deer Lake Park on November 12th. More details and a chance to register can be found on its website.