The annual Castor Fun Run took place on Aug. 24th. Cost to enter was $20, and featured a barebecue and pool party as well. Around 20 people took part in the fun run, and an additional 20 joined the group afterward for the pool party! Kevin J. Sabo photo

The annual Castor Fun Run took place on Aug. 24th

Around 20 people took part in the run, and an additional 20 joined afterwards for the pool party!

Leanne Lougheed (right) gives direction to the participants of the annual Castor Fun Run. Participents had the choice of walking a 2.5km, a 5km, or a 10km route around town. Cost to enter was $20, and included a barebecue and pool party as well. Kevin J. Sabo photo

The annual Castor Fun Run took place on Aug. 24th. Cost to enter was $20, and featured a barebecue and pool party as well. Around 20 people took part in the fun run, and an additional 20 joined the group afterward for the pool party! Kevin J. Sabo photo

Around 20 people took part in the run, and an additional 20 joined afterwards for the pool party!

 

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