First Responder Half Marathon 2016

Written by CMHA Alberta Division

The Canadian Mental Health Association, Alberta Division has partnered with the Alberta First Responders Half Marathon to pay tribute to our province’s first responders, to talk about mental health and to get people active!

Thank you for choosing to run with us, through the amazing scenery of Edmonton’s river valley system and our vibrant neighborhoods. It’s our honour to host you on April 24, 2016 on the Half Marathon, 10km, 5km or 1km fun run in Hawrelak Park, Edmonton Alberta.$10 of your entry goes directly to CMHA. 

We need 200 volunteers!

Date: April 24, 2016

Location: Hawrelak Park Edmonton Alberta

Shift: April 24, 2016 7:30Am- 1:00Pm.

7:30am – Checkin Onsite (light breakfast/snacks provided)

8:00am – Meet with captains

8:20am – Volunteers to be taken/or drive to their points 

9:00am – races start

12:30pm – last runner!

Position Preference: There are numerous volunteer positions available for our events.

  • Site Setup/Teardown
  • Athlete Registration
  • Water Stations
  • Start/Finish line Crews
  • Volunteer Registration
  • Food & Beverage Area
  • Information/Race bag booth
  • And many more!

To Register: please indicate that you are volunteering with a group/club and when prompted, please type, Canadian Mental Health Association.  Register online at


Questions? Please contact Jennifer Russell
Phone: (780) 482-6692
Email: [email protected]

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First Responder Half Marathon 2016

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