832 raised in Terry Fox Run Dismal weather didn't dampen the generosity of Kirkland Lake residents as they brought in $12,832 during this year's Terry Fox Run.
"Even though the weather was not good we still met our goals of increased donations," said co organizer Janice Ranger. "Terry's goal was to raise $1.00 for each Canadian and we raise more than $1.00 per Kirkland Laker and that's how I look burberry outlet on sale at this as a huge success. We burberry jordan can only do better going forward. It was awesome to be contacted by so many people who were willing to volunteer, it just goes to show how many are touched by Cancer and believe in the Terry Fox Foundation." "Terry Fox Foundations is a grass roots volunteer driven organization and I am so proud to be a part of this amazing team locally and at a provincial level. When David and I called in our numbers we got a HUGE cheer from headquarters for our communities success. This is what makes it all worth it! and to see the success in Cancer research all over the country with the donations from this run." There were a total off 77 participants who walked, ran and road during Sunday's soggy event. Seventeen volunteers took burberry clearance outlet part to ensure everything went smoothly, including Ranger, Jen Evans, David Gorman, Mark Stewart, Mike Stewart, Tracey French, Linda Robson, Sandra Gordon, Jody Ryan, Rockin Ronnie, Mike Guimond, Linda Wilson, Miranda Schrader, Hope Sandwich, Adrienne Hodgins, Katrina Hass and Darian Guimond. Top Fundraisers/Participants were David Gorman with $4055.00, Josh Leona Connelly with $2000.00 and Natalie Kmyta with $555.00.
There were $755 worth of personal donations at the run site, $5647.95 pledge sheets paid at site and $3930 in burberry usa website online pledges, up from last year's total of $1,085. Another $1,800 was raised through merchandise revenue.
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