Letters: Sad, sad, sad

Cancellation of the Subaru Sooke Triathlon is not favoured

One day a year, just one day a year, with plenty of warning and notice.

The triathalon represented so many things a lot of us hold dear to our hearts about our community of Sooke.  Living an Active lifestyle, walking, hiking, biking, a place for families, and a place where the community with a little effort can become self sufficient.  Local sustainability, We all need to make some sacrifices occasionally for the good of the whole.  Sad, sad, sad.

Sharon Grove

Sooke

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