Raising the flag for Terry Fox

A flag honouring Terry Fox Week is unfurled at city hall Monday

A flag honouring Terry Fox Week is unfurled at city hall Monday with the help of Mayor Sharon Gaetz

A flag honouring Terry Fox Week is unfurled at city hall Monday with the help of Mayor Sharon Gaetz, Rolly and Janet Fox, MP Mark Strahl, manager of leisure development Carolyn Marleau, and local run organizer Desmond Devnich (left to right). The 34th annual Terry Fox run takes place in Chilliwack  on Sunday, Sept. 14 at the Landing Sports Complex on Spadina Ave. Registration starts at 8.30 a.m. with the run getting under way 10 a.m. There are 10km, 5km, 2km routes, which are suitable for bikes and wheelchairs/strollers, but not suitable for rollerblades. Dogs on leash are welcome.

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