Santa Cruise cancelled

The Santa Cruise will not be held this December. This race is typically held in mid-December each year.

The Santa Cruise will not be held this December.  This race is typically held in mid-December each year. Organizers were able to find volunteers for two of the key roles, but were not able to fill the position of chief organizer of the race. All Larch Hills members are encouraged to donate to the local food banks in their community in lieu of the donations/auction purchases they would have made at the Santa Cruise.

 

 

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