FMCT & TD Trust 7th annual "Run4Hope" for STL!
May 7, 2011
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The Fletcher's Meadows Cross Trainers' (FMCT) "Run4hope" race was held on Sunday, May 8th to benefit STL!

FMCT's 7th annual race took place at Professor's Lake in Brampton. Proceeds will be used to purchase computers for Peel youth.

We would like to thank everyone who volunteered the time and energy to make Sunday’s race a great success for the FMCT club and for Sky’s the Limit...TD Canada Trust, The Sports Medicine Specialist, Running Room, Targus, Flower City, Second Cup, Mandarin, Big Ring Fitness, Ice River Springs, & Endless Insurance.

And of course, a huge thank you to FMCT for organizing Run4Hope! We are very grateful and honoured to partner with you again to support Peel youth!

Thanks to FMCT & all the Run4Hope supporters, STL has been able to provide 85 laptops to Peel youth to date!
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STL Run4Hope team 2011
Back: Brian Taylor, Greg Gauder, Matthew Sinclair, Nigel Green, Jeremy Maynard, James Bonnici, & Matt Misevski.
Front: Caroline McIntosh, Sandy Taylor, Gisèle Lachance, Athena Tarkalas, Rema Tavares.


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STL information booth.


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Caroline McIntosh (STL Project Coordinator) at STL information booth.


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Caroline McIntosh (STL Project Coordinator) at STL information booth.


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Award ceremony begins.


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Jim Dalzell (President, FMCT) thanking Run4Hope's generous sponsors.


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Jim Dalzell (President, FMCT) thanking Run4Hope's generous sponsors.


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Rema Tavares (STL Executive Director) thanking FMCT & speaking about STL.


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Rema Tavares (STL Executive Director) thanking FMCT & speaking about STL.


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Jeremy Maynard sporting this year's Run4Hope shirt.


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Sandy Taylor wins 1st place in her class!


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Amanda Bond, who raised over $400 for STL, wins 2nd place in her class!


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Brian Taylor wins 1st place in his class!


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Brian Hastings (FMCT) & Jim Dalzell (President, FMCT).


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Rema Tavares (STL Executive Director) & Jim Dalzell (President, FMCT).