Devin Ketlo (bottom left) and Allison Moise were two of the participants in the Nak’azdli Sun Run on April 22.

Nak’azdli Sun Run 2012

This year’s Nak’azdli-organized 5 km and 10 km run/walk event saw 17 people get out and about to participate.

This year’s Nak’azdli-organized 5 km and 10 km run/walk event saw 17 people get out and about to participate.

The numbers were down from last year, but there were a lot of events the April weekend of the event, as many people were participating in the Kora-Lee Memorial Volleyball Tournament.

The event helped to raise $360 towards Balding for Dollars to help support families with children undergoing treatment in BC Children’s Hospital.

Categories and Winners:

Men’s 10 KM

David Nutbrown   53:18

Trey Prince          1:42:22

Randy Rawluk     1:42:44


Men’s 5 KM

No Participants


Women’s 10 KM

Balvinder Sanghera    1:08:25

Rose Alfred                  1:46:49

Anne Joseph                1:55:24

Women’s 5 KM

Allison Moise                   36:19

Heather Nutbrown           57:41

Kris Cooper                     57:41

Orrie Leon                      1:02:00

Melanie Ublees              1:02:00

Julie Leggett                   1:02:00

Tania Julian                     1:02:30

Caidance Thomas          1:02:30

Moniqa Julian                 1:02:30

Judy Greenway               1:17:00

Marilyn Goldsmith           1:17:00

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