A delicious treat awaits every Cinnamon Bun Fun Run finisher. (CBFR Facebook)

Ladysmith Cinnamon Bun Fun Run offers more entries starting Saturday

Grab them while you still can.

A limited number of entries to the sold out Cinnamon Bun Fun Run will be made available on a first come, first served basis this weekend.

Organizers have received a few cancellations and as promised are offering entries through a link on Facebook starting Saturday (Nov. 25) at noon.

The run in presented by the Ladysmith Resources Centre Association and Ladysmith Striders.

“There will be a special registration link located on this Facebook page to direct you to another location where you will be asked for 11 bits of information as noted below,” said registration coordinator John Mountain.

“Have it ready by completing this information list beforehand in order to be ready to cut-and-paste it into the body of our special response email.”

The following information will be required:

(1) Distance: 5K walk or 5K or

10K run.

(2) Predicted Time: (hh:mm:ss)

(3) First Name

(4) Last Name

(5) Email Address

(6) Street Address

(7) City

(8) Postal Code

(9) Phone Number

(10) Birth date

(11) Gender

Registration for the CBFR opened on Sept. 1 and sold out in record time with all 600 entries accounted for in under an hour.

Last year’s run raised over 4,000 lbs of non-perishable items for the food bank. http://www.cinnamonbunrun.com/

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