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Running for the Lives of Others

Published: Mon 26 Aug 2013 02:39 PM
26 August, 2013
Running for the Lives of Others
On Saturday 14 September the Year 10 students at St Margaret's College in Christchurch will begin a 24 hour run.
The students are running to raise funds for the Champion Centre - an organisation that specialises in early intervention services for infants and young children who have complex disabilities.
Each student has secured sponsors and the community is supporting the girls throughout the 24 hours with a continuous BBQ and good cheer.
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