Catch Jerry Chile

A five(5) mile Fun Run/Walk will be held starting at the cork tree in James Cistern to the Governor's Harbour International Airport runway and back.  Proceeds will go towards community initiatives, including life-saving medical equipment for local clinics, repairs and upgrades to local clinics, assisting cancer patients, healthy lifestyle promotions, through health seminars, nutritional counselling and fitness training. This event is sponsored by Pineapple Fields, J.C.Suites and J.C.Discount Superstores. Registration fee is $20 and a t-shirt is included. Invest in your future. SEE YOU THERE !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Organization / Contact:
Mr. Miska Clarke
Phone:
(242) 335-6049 or (242) 225-9157
Venue:
Cork Tree

Address

Queen's Highway
James Cistern Central Eleuthera
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