Runners make their start at the Envision Run For Mom

Run For Mom raises $28,000 for CGH



Runners make their start at the Envision Run For Mom, Sunday morning. The annual Mother’s Day event, organized by the Fraser Valley Health Care Foundation, raises money for medical equipment in Chilliwack General Hospital’s maternity department. This year’s run drew more than 500 runners and earned $28,000 – money that will go toward a fetal heart rate monitor.

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