A colourful race day
It will be very colourful in Kelowna and Vernon today.
Every summer over 260 kids with disabilities from the Okanagan Valley and surrounding areas attend Easter Seals Camp Winfield having a blast of a time!
Now you can help a child by splashing out in colour on April 19, when the Easters Seals Splash of Color Family Fun Run presented by Century21 takes place in Kelowna (City Park) and Vernon (Kin Beach park) for the first time.
Fundraisers, such as the Easter Seals Splash of Color Family Fun Run raises funds to help send kids to camp for a one week adventure.
All the proceeds raised from the events in Kelowna and Vernon will stay in the Okanagan to help send local kids with disabilities to Camp Winfield. Every $2,400 raised will enable one child to attend the week-long camp.
Both locations will feature a pancake breakfast that starts at 8 a.m..
You can register in person at the run this morning (Sat. April 19) from 7:30 a.m. North Field, City Park, in Kelowna or at Kin Beach Park in Vernon (No dogs). The cost is $35, under 6 are free, but they will need to bring their own T-Shirt and sunglasses.
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