Donate to the Candy Cane Run route

The Otter Point Fire Department begins its run for the food bank

  • Dec. 14, 2011 2:00 p.m.

On Saturday, Dec. 17 the Otter Point Volunteer Fire Firefighters Association will sponsor the annual Candy Cane Run through Otter Point with Santa Claus atop their decorated fire truck. Donations for the Sooke Food Bank will be welcomed. Walk-out to the end of your driveway for 10 or 15 minutes and enjoy this festive event!

Route and Times

1700 hrs (5 p.m.)

START:

• Thelmita Place, Sarah Drive, Helen Place, Patricia Marie Place.

• 2900 block Otter Point Road to Young Lake Road.

• Up Young Lake Road to Poirier Road and back to Otter Point Road.

• Otter Point Road to Robinson Road (entire length) then to Tugwell Road.

• Tugwell Road to Michelson Road (entire length).

•Tugwell Road to Goudie Road (entire length).

1815 hrs (6:15 p.m.) approx.

• Otter Point Road to Amanda Road (entire length) and back to Otter Point Road.

• Otter Point Road to King Road (entire length) to Corby Ridge (entire length) and back to Otter Point Road.

• Otter Point Road to end of Otter Point Place (entire length), Clark Road and back to Otter Point Road and down to West Coast Road.

1900 hrs (7 p.m.) approx.

• West Coast Road towards Sooke to Olympic Place (entire length).

• Through Well O’ Weary mobile home park (entire park) at 8177 West Coast Road.

• Up Otter Ridge Drive (entire length) to Taylor Place (entire length) and back to West Coast Road.

• West Coast Road to Olympic View mobile home park (entire park).

• West Coast Road to Carpenter Road.

• Carpenter Road (entire length) to Dalrae (entire length).

• Back to West Coast Road to Kemp Lake Road.

2000 hrs (8 p.m.) approx.

• Kemp Lake Road to Milligan Road (entire length) and back to Kemp Lake Road.

• Kemp Lake Road to Otter Point Road and back to the fire hall.

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