Fishious Fitness Fun Run


  • jeudi, 13 juillet 2017 de 3:30 Après-midi à vendredi, 18 août 2017 12:00 Après-midi (HAA)
  • Kajukenpo Martial Arts Studio 6 Day Avenue, Charlottetown, PE C1E 0E5

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F3Run us a 5/10K organized by new Charlottetown company Fishious Fitness in memory of former avid runner William Cudmore who lost his battle with depression in 2014.  Organizers of this event recognize the strong correlation between physical fitness and mental health.  For these reasons, they have created this community event with a portion of proceeds going directly to the Canadian Mental Health Association - PEI Division in support of programs and services for Islanders.  


August 19, 2017 at 9:00 a.m.

Kajukenpo Martial Arts Studio, 6 Day Drive, Charlottetown

Event T-Shirt Included with Registration

"Fueling" Stations On-Site

Medals for Top Placements

Don't want to register online?  Please call 902-566-3034 or drop by the CMHA-PEI offices between 9am and 3pm at 178 Fitzroy Street in Charlottetown.  They take cash, credit, debit and cheques! 

Participants Tout afficher (11)


Luanne Lewis

+ 1 invité

Charlene Drake

Earl and Cathy Woods

+ 1 invité

Patricia Stewart

Gerard Woods


Heather Pursey


Progrès réalisés dans l’atteinte de l’objectif visé


de 2 500 $

Jours pour acheter


Kajukenpo Martial Arts Studio
6 Day Avenue, Charlottetown, PE C1E 0E5

13 juillet 2017
jeudi, 13 juillet 2017 3:30 Après-midi (HAA)


If you would like to volunteer for the F3Run, we have lots of things that need to get done!  Please email for details.


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Kajukenpo Martial Arts Studio
6 Day Avenue
Charlotttetown , PE
C1E 0E5

À propos de cet organisme

The Canadian Mental Health Association-PEI Division (CMHA-PEI), is a community-based organization that began it's work on Prince Edward Island as a division of CMHA National in 1959. Their mandate is "Mental Health for All" and their mission is to promote the mental health of all Islanders by enabling individuals, groups and communities to increase their control over, and enhance, their mental health. To carry our this mission, their 150 volunteers and 50+ support staff provide programs and services, education and information, research, advocacy and social policy development designed to help all Islanders improve their mental wellness. They believe the foundation of a healthy society begins with a mentally healthy population and that positive mental health can be achieved by all. They have offices in Charlottetown, Summerside and Alberton and offer programs in all three counties. To learn more about what they do, please visit