Linda Bartsch photo Ninety-two participants took part in the annual Horsefly Fun Run this past Saturday, May 13. The first person across the finish line was Brady Fuller. The event, organized by Bruce and Lonnie Rolph, has been gaining popularity over the past few years. Next year’s event will take place on May 12. Sponsors of the event included the Horsefly Women’s Institute, Sutton Cariboo Realty, Beaver Valley Feeds, Cathy Poole with Cariboo GM, Grasslands Equipment Ltd., Heartland Toyota, the Horsefly Recreation Club, Horizon Climate Controls, Lake City Central Equipment Ltd., Williams Lake Tire Mechanical and, organizers gave a special thanks to Clarkes General Store, Cool Clear Water, the Anvil Pub and Debra Peters and Michelle Bryan for doing first aid, plus all of the volunteers who helped out.

Fun in Horsefly with popular run

Fun in Horsefly with popular run

Fun in Horsefly with popular run

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