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Angus Glen

Nov 3, 2018

Join us at the 1st annual St. John Ambulance Furry Fiends 5K at Angus Glen. 

Race Fees:

Event Before Oct1 After Oct 1 Race Day
5K Run/Walk with Dog $35 $40 $50
5K Run/Walk no Dog $30 $35 $50
Expo Entry $15 $15 $20

Address: Angus Glen Golf Club, 10080 Kennedy Rd, Markham, ON L6C 1N9

Vendor & Sponsor inquires welcomed!
Please see https://www.sjayork.ca/furryfriends2018  for more info.

Support Our Event! Display our posters in your LOCATION, STORE -or- BUSINESS.  Download / Request here:  https://www.sjayork.ca/furryfriends2018

 

 

 

Register and Pledge with us - Angus Glen

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 (coming soon)

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

Pricing 

Earlybird before Oct 1: $30.00
After Oct 1: $35.00
Race Day (no shirt or kit guaranteed) $50.00

5K Run/Walk with Dog

What you get:

  • Race T-shirt and race kit
  • Race Doggie Bandana
  • Race Number
  • Free Professional Race Photo Download
  • Entry into Prize Draw

Pricing

Earlybird before Oct 1: $35.00
After Oct 1: $40.00
Race Day (no shirt or kit guaranteed) $50.00

Spectator/Expo Entry Pass

Access to the race expo and venue.

Includes:

  • Race Doggie Bandana

Pricing
Before Race Day: $15.00
Race Day: $20.00

Race Day Schedule

  • 08:00 - Race Kit Pickup

  • 09:00 - Warm Up

  • 09:15 - Start for Runners and Walkers

  • 11:00 - Awards and Prizes

 

Supporting Animal Rescue

Standard Poodles in Need

Standard Poodles in Need

Standard Poodles In Need, Rescue & Re-home (SPIN) is a Canadian non-profit, foster-based organization primarily concerned with the welfare of homeless or unwanted standard poodles but also with the welfare of toy poodles, mini-poodles and poodle mixes.

St. John’s Ambulance Therapy Dog Program

St. John’s Ambulance Therapy Dog Program

Therapy dog services are provided in a wide range of community settings such as:

  • Hospitals
  • Seniors residences and care facilities
  • Schools, universities and colleges
  • Community centres and libraries

The therapy dog program provides an opportunity for individuals to:

  • Talk with the volunteer and the dog
  • Feel, touch, pet and cuddle the dog
  • Receive unconditional love from the dog
  • Carry-out or practice an activity in the presence of the dog


The program offers many benefits, improving quality of lives.  Some of the reported benefits include: 

  • Greater social engagement with individuals/residents talking more, participating more in activities, and smiling more
  • Stress relief and distraction from pain
  • Comfort and calming 
  • Improved self-confidence and esteem
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