Maple City Mile runs on Sunday

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“Superman” Doug Robbins proudly rips open his dress shirt to display the Maple City Mile T-shirt underneath.
“Superman” Doug Robbins proudly rips open his dress shirt to display the Maple City Mile T-shirt underneath. (Chatham Voice file photo)

Just a reminder that the third annual Maple City Mile run will jog through Chatham on Sunday.

The run, in support of Heart & Stroke, is open to everyone. Participants can walk or run in honour of a heart and stroke survivor or victim while wearing a special race bib.

“Heart disease continues to affect every family in Chatham-Kent in some way, shape or form. We all know someone that has been affected by cardiovascular disease.  It is time for a ‘movement’ toward a healthier life, a more active lifestyle.  By taking part in this event, you are taking a step in the right direction,” Doug Robbins Maple City Mile chair and race director, said in a media release.

The run is offered in a 5K run/walk, a 10K run and a 10-mile run. The various elements of the run begin and end at Memorial Arena in Chatham, starting at 8:30 a.m.

To register or learn more, visit www.maplecitymile.com.

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