Families and friends take off from the Run for Mom start line at Vedder Park and run along the Vedder River Rotary Trail on Saturday morning. A total of 206 people participated in annual five-kilometre fun run, and more than $4,500 was raised for the maternity ward at Chilliwack General Hospital. (Jenna Hauck/ The Progress)

PHOTO: Run for Mom brings in $4,500 for Chilliwack General Hospital

The funds will go directly to the maternity ward at CGH

Families and friends take off from the Run for Mom start line at Vedder Park and run along the Vedder River Rotary Trail on Saturday morning.

A total of 206 people participated in annual five-kilometre fun run, and more than $4,500 was raised for the maternity ward at Chilliwack General Hospital.

READ MORE: Get ready for the 21st annual Run For Mom to benefit Chilliwack General maternity


 

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