Cocoa 5K & Marshmallow Mile

par ARCH Hospice

  • dimanche, 27 octobre 2019 de 10:00 Matin à 12:00 Après-midi (HAE)
  • Bellevue Park Bandshell 1301 Queen St. E, Sault Ste. Marie, ON P6A 2E8

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Calling all Chocoholics!

Do you want to help Hospice? Are you looking for an opportunity to get active? Do you love chocolate?

Join us on October 27 at Bellevue Park for the Cocoa 5K and Marshmallow Mile in support of ARCH Hospice. A cup of decadent hot chocolate and a chocolate treat awaits every participant at the finish line.

Détails

The Cocoa 5K and Marshmallow Mile will be taking place at Bellevue Park Bandshell on Sunday October 27 at 10 am.

You're invited to run, walk or wheel! Get active with your friends, family, coworkers or even your pets. Join us as we enjoy the beauty of autumn in Northern Ontario and enjoy some delicious hot cocoa!

With the run taking place the weekend Halloween is celebrated, we invite all ages to dress up in their favourite Halloween costume!! 

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Bellevue Park Bandshell
1301 Queen St. E, Sault Ste. Marie, ON P6A 2E8

27 octobre 2019
dimanche, 27 octobre 2019 10:00 Matin (HAE)

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229 Fourth Line W.
Sault Ste. Marie , ON
P6A 2E8

À propos de cet organisme

ARCH Hospice provides quality, compassionate care through end-of-life to Algoma District families at no cost. The emotional, spiritual, and physical comfort of our residents and their loved ones is our highest priority. We offer a home-away-from-home during one of life’s most important moments: the end-of-life journey. ARCH Hospice is only partially government funded, requiring more than $750,000 annually in community support as well as the generosity of over 140 volunteers to provide our services to the community.