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Making tracks for BCH Run 17
April 27, 2017
By Lauren Kuczka
Boundary Community Hospital
Marketing and Community Relations

Since when is a run fun? When it’s the Boundary Community Hospital Family Fun Run. On Saturday, May 13, lace up those running shoes and come out with neighbors, friends and family to get some exercise on the north side of Bonners Ferry.

Pre-Registration begins on Monday, May 1. Entry forms are available from Hospital Outpatient Services or the hospital website Anyone who participates in the race, whether you run or walk, must register and sign a liability release form.

A parent or guardian must sign the release form for children under the age of 13. The first 70 people to register will receive a free collector T-shirt. Race packets will be available for pickup at the Community Relations office from Wednesday, May 10, through noon on Friday, May 12.

There are three distances that you can run or walk. The 3K is 1.86 miles; the 5K is 3.1 miles; and the 10K is 6.2 miles. All of the routes start and end on Kaniksu Street next to the Emergency entrance at Boundary Community Hospital.

The Fun Run takes off at 8 a.m. sharp.

Team participation is encouraged, so get a group together and plan to participate in this “fun” BCH Run 17, sponsored by the Boundary Community Hospital Emergency Team!

There will be water stations located along the courses. Maps are available for download on the Hospital website and will be included in the race packets. Participants will need to check in with Fun Run officials before the start of the run. Check in stations open at 7 a.m. and will be located next to the helipad. Same day registrations are accepted.

Plan to attend the Health Fair after your run or walk is completed. Over 40 vendors and exhibitors will be opening early so everyone can stop and get information. Discover the Health Fair Advantage and find out more about healthcare options in Boundary County at the Annual BCH Health Fair from 9 a.m. to noon on Saturday, May 13.
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