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Big benefit to the Sportsplex from CeeVacs clinics

Big cheque is handed over by the CeeVacs Road Runners, represented from left by president Ray Billings, clinic director Janine Frank and clinic coach Sheron Chrysler, to Cowichan Sportsplex executive director Catherine Brandon. - submitted
Big cheque is handed over by the CeeVacs Road Runners, represented from left by president Ray Billings, clinic director Janine Frank and clinic coach Sheron Chrysler, to Cowichan Sportsplex executive director Catherine Brandon.
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One of the biggest supporters of the Cowichan Sportsplex has poured another $4,500 into the multi-sport facility.

The CeeVacs Road Runners host a running and walking clinic each year as a fundraiser for the Sportsplex. To date, the Roadrunners’ clinic has put $62,369 into Sportsplex coffers.

The 2013 run and walk clinics start Monday, February 11 and run to April 29. Sessions are held once a week for 12 weeks.

There is a program for everyone, including fitwalk, learn to run and 5K, 10K and Half Marathon clinics. For information, go to www.ceevacs.com/ceevacs-races/running-clinic-2/.

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