Runners head out from the start of the Goldstream 5K Salmon Run in Goldstream Provincial Park. More than 100 people took part in the run

RUN-draising for youth salmon programming

Jerry the Moose brings in 'top ungulate' once again

Goldstream Park was glowing gold with the colours of the big leaf maples in the sunshine on Saturday morning for the 12th Annual Goldstream 5k Salmon Run.

More than 100 runners helped raise funds for youth salmon programs at the Goldstream Nature House and got a little exercise in the process.

Overall winners of this year’s race were top female Claire Morgan, 18:20, followed closely by top male Gary Duncan, 18:46.   Top Youth prize went to JT Pelham, 21:00  and top ungulate was again brought home by Jerry the Moose who had a slow start but got his hooves in gear to cross the line in a respectable 28:48.

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