5th Annual Terrace Fire Truck Pull

par United Way of Northern British Columbia

  • samedi, 24 septembre 2016 de 10:30 Matin à 1:00 Après-midi (HAP)
  • 3232 Emerson Street , Terrace, BC V8G1S6

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On Saturday, September 24th, 2016 from 10:30am-1.30pm at Emerson Street (in front of George Little Park), we will be hosting our Annual Fire Truck Pull.

BBQ Lunch (sponsored by Mr Mikes Terrace)

Face Painting!

It’s the ultimate team building event! and fun for the family to watch - Your team of up to 10 will “pull” a ± 20,000 lbs Fire Truck competing for 3 Awards: 1. Fastest Time 2. Most Spirited / Best Dressed 3. Most Funds Raised.

PARTICIPANTS: Register your team - Entry Fee $250 & Start Fundraising

SUPPORTERS: you can 1. Sponsor 2. Join a Team 3. Make a direct donation. 

Détails

Requirements:

  • A Team can be up to 10 people max.
  • Must be 19+
  • $250 Registration Fee (Minimum - plus donations accepted)

Schedule:

10:30am Team Check-in 

11:00am Kick Off - Round 1 (every team pulls)

11:45am Final - Face Off (two fastest teams compete)

Announcements, Trophy Presentations & Wrap Up

12:00pm BBQ Lunch & Refreshments

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3232 Emerson Street
Terrace, BC V8G1S6

24 septembre 2016
samedi, 24 septembre 2016 10:30 Matin (HAP)

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202-4630 Lazelle Ave
Terrace , BC
V8G1S6

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United Way of Northern BC is committed to achieving community change – focusing on addressing underlying causes, strengthening the community network of services and capacity of non-profits, influencing public attitudes, systems and policy, and engaging community to have a positive impact. In Terrace, we fund the Better At Home Seniors Program, Success By 6 Programs, Terrace & District Community Services Society Food 4 Thought Program, and numerous programs that support people with disabilities through the SCI, Cnib, NBIA, Northern BC Crisis Line, Positive Living North and other community initiatives such as Days of Caring.