Under bright blue sunny skies the annual Terry Fox Run got underway Sunday morning at the Cariboo Memorial Recreation Complex.
Families including runners, walkers and riders took part in their choice of either a five- or 10-kilometre walk, run or ride through the residential neighbourhoods of the city.
In total, 105 people took part in the Terry Fox Run and helped to raise $2,486 for the Terry Fox Foundation.
Denise Skarra, recreation co-ordinator with the City of Williams Lake, said it couldn’t have been a better day.
“It went awesome, and was a beautiful day,” she said.
Here, Jeremy Munroe (from left), Kendon Mackinnon, Kaelin Mackinnon and Sean Marshall and Elizabeth Heal join friends and family to kick off the event at the starting line. Marshall (second from left), beat all of the adults in roughly 55 minutes to cross the finish line first.