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British charity runner Jamie McDonald, centre, who is running across Canada to raise money and awareness for children’s hospitals, is accompanied by local runners Rob Savage, Duncan Morris, Sue Richardson-Smith, Pat Danforth and Kim, Matt and Ryder Mead on Sunday as he passes through Salmon Arm on his way to the West Coast. - Chris Fowler photo
British charity runner Jamie McDonald, centre, who is running across Canada to raise money and awareness for children’s hospitals, is accompanied by local runners Rob Savage, Duncan Morris, Sue Richardson-Smith, Pat Danforth and Kim, Matt and Ryder Mead on Sunday as he passes through Salmon Arm on his way to the West Coast.
— image credit: Chris Fowler photo

British charity runner Jamie McDonald, centre, who is running across Canada to raise money and awareness for children’s hospitals, is accompanied by local runners Rob Savage, Duncan Morris, Sue Richardson-Smith, Pat Danforth and Kim, Matt and Ryder Mead on Sunday as he passes through Salmon Arm on his way to the West Coast.

 

 

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