ELM preparing to celebrate 10th anniversary

Come out and party with Equilibrium Lifestyle Management (ELM) as they celebrate 10 amazing years of providing fun Fitness Adventures in the Comox Valley.

Come out and party with Equilibrium Lifestyle Management (ELM) as they celebrate 10 amazing years of providing fun Fitness Adventures in the Comox Valley.

On Saturday, Oct. 1, ELM is hosting a special community event that includes an urban adventure race to celebrate 10 years and raise funds for the local Boys and Girls Club.

The $20 event tickets include ‘ELM Urban Attack.’  In this fun, 5km urban adventure race teams of two will aim to find a series of check points in the downtown Courtenay area. This ‘race’ will take place on foot along with many fun, mystery events along the way. This is a non-competitive event for all abilities and no prizes will be given for first place. Instead, all participants will be entered into a big draw for a chance to win one of many awesome prizes from ELM sponsors.

Tickets also include a post-race barbecue, special ELM 10 year anniversary T-shirt, music, and more.  All proceeds go directly to the Comox Valley Boys and Girls Club and additional donations are welcome at the event.

Want to come out but not ready for the 5km ‘Urban Attack’? Come down to Simms Park to enjoy the festivities. Enter the ‘Mystery Challenge’ or purchase a burger for a minimum $5 donation and support the Boys and Girls Club.

Pre-registration is required for team entry and more information can be found at www.elmhealth.com.


– Equilibrium Lifestyle Management



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