Skidegate’s Amazing Race this Sunday

  • Jul. 21, 2006 11:00 a.m.

The planning team is working hard to keep all details of the race a secret until race day. The race will be full of surprises and excitement. We can tell you that it covers a distance of less than 5 km. If you think you’re really smart but not strong physically or vice versa, challenges range from rushing around to brain busters and everywhere in between. Each team will excel or be stumped at different points in the race.
Sunday July 23 Schedule:
11 am- Team registration/ written rules distribution at the George Brown recreation centre.
11:20 am- Official reading of the Amazing Race rules.
11:30 am- All Teams receive first clue and the start whistle blows!
For info or to pre-register, contact 559-8787.

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