Miles for Smiles set for July 24

A five-kilometre walk/run aimed at raising money for Semiahmoo House Society is set for later this month.

The first Miles for Smiles walk/run will take place Sunday, July 24, from 10 a.m. until 3 p.m.; the run begins and ends at South Surrey Athletic Park.

There will be plenty of activities at the park for those not interested in hitting the streets for the run – the event will also feature a barbecue, raffle draw and live music.

Registration for the walk/run is $25, and includes a T-shirt. To reigster, or for more information, email milesforsmiles2011@gmail.com or visit www.events.runningroom.com and click on B.C. races, then find the July 24 Miles for Smiles event on the listings page.

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