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The 5th Annual James Delorey 5k Run/ Walk took place on December 6th at Whitney Pier Memorial Junior High School. A total of 110 participants braved the cold conditions to support the event.
With it being the 5th year of the event, organizers looked to grow the event by adding a kid’s run and involving James’ elementary school, Harbourside.
All money from this year’s event will be donated to the Nova Scotia SPCA Cape Breton Branch in memory of Chance, who passed away in January. All money will stay in Cape Breton
This years event also saw the introduction of chip timing, which was provided by Jeris Abbass. The overall male and female plaque in memory of late Police Chief, Myles Burke, was presented to Corey Deveaux and Stephanie Myles by Myles’ daughter, Janine and Police Chief, Peter McIsaac (who also ran). Stephanie crossed the finish line in a time of 20:57, while Corey came in at 17:26. Close behind Corey was Daniel Murray in a time of 17:47. The second female to cross the line was Chrissy Smith, with a time of 23:15. Not far behind Smith was Beth Cholock in a time of 23:46. Third male was Andreas Burger at 17:53.
A reception followed the race; MP Mark Eyking spoke to the participants of his personal connection to the event. Chief Peter McIsaac spoke to those in attendance and officially announced the proclamation of James Delorey Day on 7 December. James’ mother, Veronica thanked everyone for coming out and keeping James’ name alive.
While monies are still coming in, a final total will be announced and a cheque presented to the SPCA before the holidays by Race Directors Nick Burke and Andrew Petrie, along with Veronica Fraser.
Thanks to each and every person who came out to support this great event and we look forward to seeing everyone for the 6th Annual James Delorey Run on 5 December, 2015.