Caledon

June 9, 2019

Supporting the local humane society, come join fellow animal lovers and run or walk the 5K route.

Race Kit Pickup

Place:  Bolton General Motors Dealership
Address:  12420 Hwy 50, Bolton, ON L7E 1M7
Date: Saturday, June 8
Time: noon to 4pm

Race Fees:

5K Run/Walk with Dog $40
5K Run/Walk no Dog $35

Address: Albion Hills Conservations Area (16500 Peel Regional Rd 50, Caledon, ON L7E 3E7)

Register and Pledge with us - Caledon

Register for the Race and start fundraising. Once you register, you will have your own online fundraising page, so people can pledge donations to you online. Tax receipts will be issued for donations of $20 or more.

If you prefer to keep track of pledges offline you can download the pledge sheet.

Pledge a Participant

5K Run/Walk

What you get:

  • Race T-shirt and race kit (Guaranteed to the first 300 registrants)
  • Race Number
  • Free Professional Race Photo Download
  • Entry into Prize Draw

Price - $35

5K Run/Walk with Dog

What you get:

  • Race T-shirt and race kit (registrations after May 15 - not guaranteed)
  • Race Doggie Bandana
  • Race Number
  • Free Professional Race Photo Download
  • Entry into Prize Draw

Price - $40

Race Day Schedule - Caledon

  • 08:30 -  Race Kit Pick-up

  • 08:45 - Kids 2k fun run

  • 09:00 - Warmup

  • 09:15 - Start for Runners and Walkers

  • 10:00 - Awards and Prizes

 

Supporting Animal Rescue

Caledon Animal Services

Caledon Animal Services

The Town of Caledon Animal Services is responsible for the care of lost or stray animals.  Our adoption program seeks to find homes for healthy cats and dogs in our care.vvIt also enforces animal-related Town by-laws and other provincial regulations by responding to animal related complaints and concerns, including barking dogs, stray and injured animals, dog bites and animals causing a safety risk, including loose or stray livestock

Procyon Wildlife

Procyon Wildlife

Procyon Wildlife is dedicated to working with our communities in an effort to help wild animals in need of care. Our goals are to rescue, rehabilitate and safely release these animals, and to promote public appreciation for wildlife preservation.

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