Kyabram charity group Henley Friends Inc has organised a fun day on March 30.March 26, 2014 4:55am
Kyabram not-for-profit organisation Henley Friends Inc is holding its inaugural walk, run and ride Fun Day this Sunday. Pictured are Henley Friends representatives Win Crilly and Rob Varcoe with cyclist Julie Green and runner Stacey Clarkson.
Final preparations have started for Sunday’s inaugural Henley Friends Inc Fun Day.
The Kyabram not-for-profit organisation is still seeking more people to take part in a 8
All events will start from 14 to 16 Station St at 9
Cyclists doing the 70
Route maps, lucky number draws, free water and a free sausage sizzle will be provided for all those taking part, while cakes, tea, coffee and refreshments will also be on sale on the day for spectators who want to cheer the participants along.
Pre-event bookings are encouraged to avoid a rush on the day and can be made at Xzillerator Cafe, Albion Arcade or Wickedly Deevine Bakery/Cafe, 226 Allan St, while bicycle ride entries can be made at Body Parts Health and Fitness, 193 Fenaughty St.
Those needing to register on Sunday morning are requested to arrive for 8.30
Entry for the walk, run and shorter bicycle ride costs $20 for families, $10 for adults and $5 for children and the longer bicycle ride is $40, and everyone is reminded to slip, slop, slap and bring a drink bottle.
Henley Friends Inc aims to help disadvantaged people, youth and small community support organisations in the district and create a community housing facility in Kyabram.
For more information about the Fun Day, phone Win Crilly on 5852
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