Fun run deal struck

READY TO RUN: Tim Bolch, Jess Pantou, Rotary club vice-president Helen Kauer-McGee, OneFortyOne Plantations general manager Willie van Niekerk, Graham Robinson and Rotary club president Karen Leslie ready for the 2017 OneFortyOne Blue Lake Fun Run on December 3. 	        Picture: TODD LEWIS

READY TO RUN: Tim Bolch, Jess Pantou, Rotary club vice-president Helen Kauer-McGee, OneFortyOne Plantations general manager Willie van Niekerk, Graham Robinson and Rotary club president Karen Leslie ready for the 2017 OneFortyOne Blue Lake Fun Run on December 3. Picture: TODD LEWIS

ONEFORTYONE Plantations will hold the naming rights for the Blue Lake Fun Run over the next three years after a sponsorship deal was struck with the Lakes Rotary Club of Mount Gambier.

The 2017 OneFortyOne Blue Lake Fun Run will take place on December 3 and will raise funds for community health and wellbeing organisations including Centacare and The Junction.

Club president, Karen Leslie said momentum was building six months out from this year's event.

"We are delighted to have such strong community support for this wonderful event and we welcome and thank OFO for their commitment," Ms Leslie said.

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