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Every Step of the Way!

Movement is Change.

It is with great enthusiasm that I welcome back old friends and the many new faces who will join us on Sunday, May 2, 2010.

grown Boogie to include thousands of runners and walkers each year, raising more than $360,000 for local agencies. Last year, the City of Kamloops came on as a presenting sponsor and together we are all very passionate about taking Boogie to that next level over the next five years. I can hardly wait to see the future of this wonderful grassroots Kamloops event. As you can see, my love and passion for the Boogie has grown with the event and I am thrilled and honoured to work with such a talented team and to be able to contribute to the health and happiness of our beautiful city of Kamloops.

The Daily News Boogie is a 1km, 5km, 10km and 21km wellness event with emphasis on fun, movement and community. The Boogie is all inclusive with age categories reflecting the diversity of participants. Whether you’re a seasoned runner or a first-time walker, FIRSTfinding an you PUTTING will have FEET no trouble event that suits your fitness goals. You’ll be surprised by the excitement On behalf ofMeet the NB resttech of the rep, Boogie test and enthusiasm of the runners, music Committee, we you all the best newwish footwear, sample and volunteers on the course. To make Come visit Runners’ Sole booth on Boogie daye-load and we look forward product, and winto Boogie happen, our amazing Boogie shoes at race package pick-up cheering you NB on and giving you a high Team of 37 people — along with our five as you cross the finish line. Thursday, April 28 incredible sponsors — work passionat 29 to make your ex- Jo Berry, ately Friday, for 10 April months THE DAILY NEWS Saturday, April Co-ordinator, The DailyBalance News Boogie perience a positive 30 one. New

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Welcome Everyone!

Message from the Co-ordinator

Boogie happen, our amazing Boogie Team of 37 people — along with our incredible sponsors — work passionately for 10 months to make your experience a positive one.

Movement is Change. It is with great enthusiasm that I welcome back old friends and the many new faces who will join us on Sunday, May 1, 2011. Boogie is a verb, an action word of love, community, movement and health. The Daily News Boogie is a 1km, 5km, 10km and 21km wellness event with emphasis on fun, movement and community. Whether you’re a seasoned runner or a first-time walker, you will have no trouble finding an event that suits your fitness goals. Enjoy the excitement and enthusiasm of the runners, music and volunteers on the course. To make

Clothing Tips. • Cotton socks lead to blisters; invest in proper running socks. • Buy running clothes you look good in for motivation. • Buy running clothes that keep sweat away from skin.

My association with Boogie began in its inaugural year of 1998, along with four other women who wanted to make a difference in their community. (Carole Gillis, Nina Reimer, Dawn King, Penny McGuire). In 1998, there were 62 participants and we raised just over $350. With the addition of our wonderful title sponsor (The Daily News) the message was taken to the broader audience and this partnership has grown Boogie to include thousands of runners and walkers each year, raising more than $460,000 for local agencies. In 2009, the City of Kamloops came on as a presenting sponsor and together we are all very passionate about taking Boogie to that next level over the next five years. My love and passion for the Boogie has grown with the event and I am thrilled and honoured to work with such a talented team and to be able to contribute to the health and happiness of our beautiful city of Kamloops. On behalf of the Boogie Committee, we wish you all the best on Boogie day and look forward to cheering you on and giving you a hug and high five as you cross the finish line. Jo Berry, Co-ordinator The Daily News Boogie

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...in spirit, as well as monetary and physical involvement runners and walkers each year, raising more than $360,000 for local agencies. It is with great enthusiasm that I welcome back old friends and the many new Last year, the City of Kamloops came on as a presenting sponsor and togethfaces who will join us on Sunday, May 2, er we are all very passionate about 2010. taking Boogie to that next level over The Daily News Boogie is a 1km, 5km, the next five years. I can hardly wait to BEST grass10km and 21km wellness event with em- see the future of this wonderful REALTOR phasis on fun, movement and commu- roots Kamloops event. As you can see, nity. The Boogie is all inclusive with age my love and passion for the Boogie has categories reflecting the diversity of grown with the event and I am thrilled participants. Whether you’re a sea- and honoured to work with such a talsoned runner or a first-time walker, ented team and to be able to contribyou will have no trouble finding an ute to the health and happiness of our event that suits your fitness goals. beautiful city of Kamloops. You’ll be surprised by the excitement On behalf of the rest of the Boogie and enthusiasm of the runners, music Committee, tracymoffett.com we wish you all the best and volunteers on the course. To make on Boogie day and we look forward to Boogie happen, our amazing Boogie cheering you on and giving you a high Team of 37 people — along with our five as you crossand theexperience finish line. “Come the incredible sponsors — work passionbenefi ts of attending our centre Jo Berry, ately for 10 months to make your exas another way toNews connect Co-ordinator, The Daily Boogie perience a positive one. with your family promoting a My association with Boogie began in healthy lifestyle” its inaugural year of 1998, along with four other women who wanted to make a difference in their community. (Carole Gillis, Nina Reimer, Dawn King, Penny McGuire). In 1998, there were 62 participants and we raised just over $350. With the addition of our wonderful title sponsor (The Daily News) the message was taken to the broader audience and this partnership has

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Message from the Route Director

14th Annual This year marks the 14th annual Daily News Boogie. Once again there are a few changes and improvements to ensure our participants, volunteers and spectators are treated to a safe, fun filled event. Last year we introduced our vibrant sea of red t-shirts to the city’s downtown. Once again we will be starting in the middle of the 200 block of Victoria St., however the warm up stage will be moving to the start of fourth and Victoria, as well our 5K turn around now encompasses Fort Ave. & Baker.

without the active co-operation of the City of Kamloops and the many sponsors (check out www.dailynewsboogie.ca). The City, which is into its third year as one of the major event sponsors, has a number of skilled and passionate people (in Parks, Recreation and Cultural Services, Community and Corporate Affairs, Business Client Services, Development and Engineering, Public Works and Utilities) who worked tirelessly with me to ensure the Boogie Route for 2011 will be the best ever. On behalf of the Boogie Society, good luck to all participants. Vince Cavaliere, Route Director The Daily News Boogie

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Message from our MLA Welcome to the 14th annual Daily News Boogie— a Kamloops tradition that helps people stay healthy physically and spiritually while contributing to the social development of our community. When I was asked by the Premier to serve as the Parliamentary Secretary for Health Promotion this year I was delighted to spread the word of active living. There is no better example for British Columbians than our own Daily News Boogie that was started by the inspirational Jo Berry in 1998. Jo and her dedicated team have nurtured the Boogie into one of the biggest and best fun runs in the province with over 2,200 participants including many young families. Thanks to all of the volunteers and sponsors for their support and remember to stay healthy and have fun!

Have fun and keep moving. Sincerely, Terry Lake, MLA

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Message from our Mayor On behalf of my colleagues on Council, I would like to take this opportunity to thank the organizers for all of their hard work and effort in organizing another successful Kamloops Daily News Boogie. We are grateful for the business community that continues to make contributions to sponsor this event on an annual basis. A big thank you also goes out to all of the volunteers that continue to give back to our community by making Boogie the huge success that it is. The commitment you have shown towards the betterment of Kamloops is truly appreciated. In addition to the funds that are raised locally for various agencies, Boogie brings together participants in every age group and ability. As Canada’s Tournament Capital, Kamloops is striving to be a healthy community. Events such as Boogie enable us to meet, maintain, and strive for our own personal health goals. Best of luck to all the participants! Yours truly, Peter Milobar, Mayor

Road Closures. The entry/exit access road(s) from Fortune Drive to Larch Avenue will be closed from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Motorists will need to access Fortune Dr. using the Fort Ave., Leigh Rd. and Fortune intersection. Please use caution when driving in the vicinity and obey all traffic control personnel, signs and devices.

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Message from the Kamloops Daily News

Welcome to the 2011 Daily News Boogie! It is with great pleasure that we at The Daily News are able to join with the community to do our part in making this energetic wellness event a success for all runners and walkers.

The Daily News signed on as title sponsor in 2002 and the name of the event was changed in 2007 to reflect our commitment. However, The Daily News Boogie is a united effort between the City of Kamloops, local businesses, their employees, social agencies, schools, community groups, individuals and a hard-working volunteer committee. Each participant is passionate about promoting community health for people of all ages and all shapes and sizes. That’s what The Daily News Boogie is about — welcoming moms, dads, kids, grandparents and runners of all levels onto the street to set their pace toward fitness. The Daily News wishes you all the best of luck as you head out to meet your individual goal whether that is the mini-boogie, a five-kilometre walk, the 10-kilometre or a 21-kilometre run. Set a personal best or simply stroll your route. There is only one requirement: Enjoy the day! Tim Shoults, Publisher The Kamloops Daily News

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Movement is Change.

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Schedule of Events 7:30 a.m. – Late Registration Between Third and Fourth Avenues, in front of Boston Pizza Before May 1, call 250-828-3500 8:30 a.m. – Start Time Start and finish location middle of 200 block Victoria St., in front of Kelly O’Bryans 8:30-8:45 a.m. – Opening Remarks • Mayor Peter Milobar • MLA, Terry Lake • Kamloops Daily News, Tim Shoults • ASK Wellness, Bob Hughes 8:45-8:55 a.m. – Funky Boogie Warm-up 8:55 a.m. – Instructions for Mini-boogie and Line-up 9:00 a.m. – 1K Mini-boogie All adults cheer on the kids— asset building at the community level 9:20 a.m. – All other distances to follow after completion of Miniboogie in the following order: • 21K (and all elite athletes) • 10K • 5K • All Wonderful Walkers (no strollers, dogs or rollerblades please)

Race Day. • Don’t be late. • Don’t do anything new. It’s not the time to try gels, new shoes or sports drinks. • For races longer than 5k start out slower than you think you should. • Conserving energy during the first half allows you to finish strong. • Double knot your shoe laces.

Manners. • Thank your race volunteers (water tables/entertainers, etc.) family and friends who support you. • Share the road or trail with walkers, bikers and other runners. • Don’t carry loose change. The sound is annoying. • Don’t do farmer blows around other people. Yuck!

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The Daily News Boogie— Success Over The Years 2010 | More than 2,000 runners and walkers showed up to Boogie and raised $120,000 in the process. A cheque for $51,500 was presented to ASK Wellness, and another $10,600 went to the City of Kamloops Boogie Cultural Fund. The growth of the run means the event now costs more to organize, with money spent on hiring professional timing and registration companies. 2009 | 2,200 people Boogie and brave cool temperatures. KELLI program thrives because of awareness. City of Kamloops joins as a presenting sponsor. 2008 | 2,200 people Boogie and raise $73,000, along with awareness of KELLI (early literacy) program and the City’s cultural program for low-income families. 2007 | 2,003 people Boogie, raising money, awareness, and participation in movement and health. Name changes to Daily News Boogie to reflect contribution of title sponsor. 2006 | 1,507 people raise awareness of CMHA Youth Clubhouse and promote movement and health!

brings more than 350 children to either 1K Mini-boogie, 5K or 10K. Half marathon grows. Boogie raises enough money to purchase Boogie Bus for lowincome families and children through the ARCH program. The event becomes family affair with moms, dads, kids, grandparents, friends all running together! 2003 | 503 people Boogie the Bridge. Kids’ events see a significant increase in attendance. High-energy warm-up led by Jo brings people ‘out of their comfort zones’ and into a philosophy of living life to the fullest while running down the Rivers’ Trail. Funds raised go to Kamloops Sexual Assault Centre. 2002 | Kamloops Daily News signs on as Title Sponsor 383 participants Boogie. Kamloops Daily News comes on as amazing corporate sponsor, passionate about community health. Message of “movement as change” is widespread and healthy living increases in our beautiful city! A 1K mini-boogie is added for kids. Funds raised go to Kamloops Sexual Assault Centre.

2005 | 1,200 Boogiers come out to assist and raise funds for low-income families and children in Kamloops.

2001 | Boogie has 350 participants and adds the half marathon distance! Funds raised go to Boys and Girls Club.

2004 | 847 people run/walk. Boogie-4Kids school-based program pilot project

2000 | Boogie has 190 participants. This celebration in RED Continued on page 16

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Preventing Owies. • Use Vaseline or BodyGlide wherever things rub.

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• Band-Aids on the nipples, guys. • Replace running shoes often. Log your mileage, but general rule is every six months for consistent runners.

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• Run every other day, never two days in a row. • Ice aches and pains immediately. Stand in the river if you can bear it for five minutes. • Keep toenails short. • Don’t stretch before a run. Warm up by walking briskly or jogging slowly for several minutes.

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History... continued from page 13 grows and the energy is contagious. Kids decorate the bike bridge with life-size cutouts of people running and playing. The 5K and 10K Boogie raises money for Kamloops Boys and Girls Club. 1999 | Boogie has 101 participants. Rube Band warms up crowd on a windy day, putting the “boogie” into “Boogie The Bridge.” It moves into a two-day event with Trisha Sellmer and Kamloops Art Council putting on an amazing art exhibit on body image, along with wine and cheese celebration. Boogie becomes an all-gender event and raises money for Women’s Resource Centre. 1998 | Boogie begins Boogie is created by Kamloops running coach Jo Berry after the loss of her mom who believed in giving back to the community. Jo adopts that philosophy and combines it with the theory that movement can assist in huge changes for women. There are 62 runners in the all-women’s event Year 1. Distances were 5K and 10K run / walk or stroll. Funds raised go to The Shop PROGRAM, Women’s Lending Circle and Business Professional Women’s club.

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This Year’s Charity

ASK Wellness Centre once again embarks on a journey of gratitude with the Daily News Boogie. This is our second year working with the committee to support community health and wellness and to raise funds for those most in need. It is an honour to witness the devotion and creativity that the group puts into the event. Last year we were naïve to the energy required to put the event together. We were caught off guard by the amount of volunteers and resources needed to showcase a community coming together. This year we feel prepared and grateful to be considered worthy of the community’s support. It is this support that helps make our community the compassionate place it is. Every day we witness the panic and fear that comes with potentially losing your home, having no food in the fridge for the kids, or realizing your utilities are about to be turned off and knowing you, as a parent, can’t resolve this. Our goal in all our services is to instil hope in those who use our services. Whether it is simply to get directions to a helping professional or assisting

a family in finding and furnishing a home and supplying the first week of groceries in one day, it is the hope that tomorrow may be better than today and knowing your community cares about you. That is the work we do. We serve hundreds of people every week who fit the mandate for the Daily News Boogie funding criteria, in that they have exhausted every avenue of assistance, and it is with great pride that we can be the community’s vehicle of compassion by providing the financial resources to help them in their time of crisis. Every dollar raised by this great event is used for making a difference in the lives of low and fixed income families. We take pride in ensuring every cent is used in accordance with the community’s expectations and it remains an honour to be considered worthy of such good will. To all that helped prepare for the event and to those who will be joining us on Boogie day, we thank you. Bob Hughes

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Boogie Cultural Fund

Where does the money go? Boogie the Bridge Cultural Fund (BBCF) was established in 2005 to support, develop and nurture creative growth for Kamloops’ children and youth. It was then the Boogie committee realized that more and more families were less able to afford to participate in cultural activities, such as classes, events and workshops in music, theatre, dance and art. The fund’s purpose is to make arts and culture accessible to all children and youth of Kamloops. Each year, 10 per cent of the total raised during the Daily News Boogie is placed into the Boogie the Bridge Cultural Fund. Funds are annually awarded for up to $250 per child/youth between the ages of five to 18, based on needs and merit. Since 2007 this fund has awarded over $15,900 to support more than 160 children and youth to participate in cultural programs. In 2010 alone, 11 children participated in music lessons, 45 in dance lessons and 67 in art programs.

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Future Events Kamloops Triathlon Spring Sprint, Saturday, May 7, 2011, 8 a.m.

Nutrition.

Blackwell Dairy Run 15k, Sunday, May 29, 2011, 9 a.m.

• Each pound you lose makes running a little easier.

Relay For Life, Saturday, June 11, 2011. Riverside Park, 10 a.m. to 10 p.m.

• Hydrate throughout the day. Do not over drink.

Jo’s Road Race at Sun Peaks, Saturday, July 2, 2011, 10 a.m. Terry Fox Run, Sunday, Sept. 18, 2011

• Long distance runs require more electrolytes (ie: Gatorade).

The North Face Dirty Feet Trail Race, Sunday, Sept. 25, 2011

• On long runs eat something every hour (gels, gummies).

CIBC Run for the Cure, Sunday, Oct. 2, 2011

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2011 Organizing Committee

Boogie Society board members, from left, front row, Katrina Cavaliere, Jen McCarthy, Melissa Bradwell. Back row, Heather Noyes, Kelley Pehl, Laura McCall and Tanya LeClair.

Executive:

Boogie Team Leads:

Boogie Coordinator: Jo Berry Route Director: Vince Cavaliere City of Kamloops Representative: Cara Graden ASK Wellness Representative: Bob Hughes

Boogie Society Members:

Chair: Laura McCall Vice: Melissa Bradwell Secretary: Katrina Cavaliere Treasurer: Jenifer McCarthy Members: Kelley Pehl, Dan & Julie McKinnon, Heather Noyes & Tanya LeClair

Sponsorships: Jo Berry Route Director: Vince Cavaliere Secretary: Katrina Cavaliere Treasurer: Jenifer McCarthy Boogie Fundraising Dinner: Tanya LeClair, Dan & Julie McKinnon Prizes: Carolyne Kabatoff & Danielle Bennett-Donaldson Food: Heather Noyes Entertainment: Jacquie Shinkewski School: Shannon Schmidt & Sandy Babcock Registration: Karen Henning Corporate Teams: Kelley Pehl T-shirts & Boogie Store: Laura McCall & Melissa Bradwell Expo: Mary Anne Waters

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