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NOCLS 24 Hour Fun Run

We at NOCLS are grateful for your past support and invite you to once again be a part of this year’s major fundraiser: the 1st ever NOCLS 24-Hour Fun Run!

May 12 – 13

At the Vernon Curling & Athletic Club
3400 39 Ave, Vernon, BC

Starting at 5pm on Friday, May 12th to 5pm on Saturday, May 13th, teams of 10 will come together for 24 hours of physical activity fun at the Vernon Curling Rink! The main purpose is twofold: to raise money for the NOCLS and have a super FUN event for all participants.

Each team consists of a Team Captain and 9 other participants (10 people total). Each team member is required to raise a minimum of $200.00 prior to the event with awards being presented to the individual and team that raise the most money.

Each team member will also receive a complimentary Fun Run t-shirt, dinner, breakfast and lunch. Also included is a Friday night dance, volleyball tournament, beer pong, Frisbee, water fights and many other activities to ensure your team has 24 hours of straight FUN!

How it works: One team member must run the designated route for 24 hours straight while the others party and cheer them on! You may take turns between members, as long as someone on the team is running for the entire duration of the event.

All proceeds raised will go to support the North Okanagan Community Life Society. The NOCLS works with families to develop a plan for their son or daughter to help explore options from present living arrangements to a good life like any typical person experiences. Our services also include assessment of needs, funding, navigating, budgeting, process support and ongoing support.

 

Please contact NOCLS at 250-545-5153 as soon as possible to confirm your participation in this year’s event.

The NOCLS 24-Hour Fun Run will make a difference. Please join us in supporting our community and those who live in it!

Team Sign Up Form

Volunteer Sign Up Form


 

NOCLS 24 HOUR FUN RUN SCHEDULE

Friday, May 12, 2017

4:00 -8:00 pm Registration
4:45 pm Stretching/warm-up
5:00 p.m Official start
6:00 pm Volleyball tournament (2 nets set up on outside skating rink)
7:00 pm Barbeque
8:00 pm Skits/games/beer pong
8:30 pm Costume parade with entire team doing laps/Team Photos
9:00 pm Dance

Saturday, May 13, 2017

1:00 am Dance ends
8:00 am Breakfast
10:00 am Volleyball tournament
11:00 am Other games/Frisbee/tug-o- war/trampoline/leap frog
12:00 pm Lunch
1:00 pm Games and costume parade with entire team doing laps
2:00 pm Water fight
4:00 pm Slow down and start clean up
5:00 pm End and awards

 

Volunteers Needed For

Volunteers NOCLS 24 Hour Fun Run

 

Set up 5 people 10 am – 6 pm – NOCLS and Holly/Shirley
Registration: 3 people 4:00 pm to 8 pm
Security 1 Darren plus 2 rentals
Food 5 people Supper/Barbeque
Garbage detail 2 people Regular basis with garbage bags
Bartender Lions 6 pm to end of dance
Bar tickets 2 people 6 pm to end of dance
Games 2 refs Volleyball
Games Tug-o-war
Games Beer pong

About The Team Captain

TEAM CAPTAIN

The Team Captain is the major contact between NOCLS and their team.
The Team Captain gets a team of 10 participants.
Each participant must raise a minimum of $200.00.

The donations are not based on pledges but on actual dollars received (eg. Someone may say I will pledge a dollar a lap – say I will be running 100 laps and get the $100.00 – pledges are difficult to follow-up on).

Team Captains are encouraged to get their teams motivated to collect as many donations as possible.

Revenue Canada tax receipts will be issued for pledges $20.00 and more.

The Team Captain collects all the donations from each participant and turns the money to the NOCLS Volunteers.

Team Captains are encouraged to get their team to dress up.

Team Captains are encouraged to host a team meeting. A NOCLS committee member will attend the gathering to share what the event is about, motivate them and share where the money will be spent that they raise.

Team Captains are encouraged to get the team to do a skit – however they choose but generally with music.

A package will be given to each Team Captain which will have 10 team numbers, 10 wristbands, 10 tee shirts and a baton.

The Team Captain is responsible for distribution of the items to each participant.

The Team Captain arranges the walk/run schedule.

The Team Captain gets every participant to sign the waiver and gives them to NOCLS.

There are awards for ‘The Most Money Raised’, Individual who raised the most Money, Team Spirit Award, Team with most laps.

The Team Captain is responsible for each participant – particularly their behavior and alcohol!

Read more about the Team Captain…

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Saturday February 25, 2017

Six course meal
Okanagan wine with every course

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Charity Golf Classic 2015 GOLF DAY AGENDA

NOCLS CHARITY GOLF CLASSIC

Texas Scramble

FRIDAY MAY 1, 2015

Time Event
12:30 p.m. Shot Gun Start
Holes in One Prizes
 #3 City Furniture and Dream Easy Kitchen Package $20,000
 #5 Capri Insurance cheque for $10,000
 #14 Vernon Dodge Jeep2015
 #17 Dean Barnard Summit Financial cheque for $10,000

Albatross/Double Eagle
 # 8 Jill Angevine Matco Financial Inc $10,000 travel package

Longest Drive – Hole – # 15
 Okanagan Aggregate Limited
 3 Yards cement both male and female golfer

Accuracy Drive – Closest to the Ribbon – Hole # 2
 Prizes for male and female

Kal Tire Timed Hole – Hole – #18
 Four Kal Tire golf bags for quickest time
6:15 Refreshments
6:45 Major Auction
8:00 Dinner
8:30 Awards Ceremonies
8:45 Video Wrap-up
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Charity Golf Classic 2015 THURSDAY EVENING SPONSORS NIGHT AGENDA

NOCLS CHARITY GOLF CLASSIC

THURSDAY EVENING SPONSORS NIGHT

April 30, 2015

Time Event
6:00 p.m. TEAM Draw
THREE MAJOR EVENTS commencing at 6:00 p.m.
Putting Contest
  Prize: Male –
  Prize: Female –
Gong
  Male –
  Female –
Closest to ribbon
  Prize for Male –
  Prize for Female –
Hit a Duck and win “Caddy Bucks” – sponsored by
 Interior Savings
  Prizes for Male and Female
7:00 p.m. BARBEQUE
Includes one hamburger, fries, salad.
7:30 p.m. CELEBRITY CADDY AUCTION
Auctioneer : Kevin Rothwell
Jim Cotter – World Class Curler
Cindy Derkaz – Federal Liberal Candidate
AJ Eathorne – Predator Ridge
April Kimble – SUN FM
Jacqui Gingras – Federal NDP Candidate
Lisa Starke, Sara Lund, Tiffany Dulyk
The Morning Star
Mark Ferner – Vernon Viper Coach
Justin Baillargeon – Vernon Golf and Country Club
Sareena Nickoli – Soul Studio
Lawrence Skolrood -Vernon Fire Department
‘PUTT FOR DOUGH’ during the caddy auction where you could win $1000 instant cash.
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Charity Golf Classic 2015 Major Auction Items

MAJOR AUCTION 2015

1. Nixon and Wenger – Husband and wife wills – Karl Marsden $750
2. Experience Wine Tours (Kelwona) 4- person wine tour with an
Fantastic picnic lunch in a new Mercedes Van
600
3. Attridge Ski and Sports Shop – one paddle board- blow up type 1350
4. Shannon Glenesk – Vernon Golf and Country Club pro is donating
3-person golf playing lessons with carts for one 18 hole round
800
5. SUN FM 21 x 30 sec ads to run over one week period from 5:30 am
To 12:30 am.
771
6. Iron Heart Gym – 12 month gym membership plus a 6 session Personal
Trainer or Kettlebell Lesson package with trainer/owner Genny Chippendale
Iron Heart gym is a beautiful, bright, well stocked 11000 sq fet co-ed full
Service gym. A fantastic schedule of fitness classes included with your
Membership (TRX, Kickboxing, Spin, Power Yoga,Strong Fit Fast, etc) plus
Home to Iron Heart Kettlebell Bootcamp and Kettlebell Training! Smoothie
Bar, infrared saunas, childcare, they’ve got it. Genny and Richard Chippendale
900
7. East meets West Culinary Experience hosted by Nickoli’s and prepared
By Chef Blundells, the City Furniture Families will take tastes buds on an
Adventurous journey from Tokyo to Calcutta, and Cabo to Bali using
Local and exotic food and beverages. Six successful bidders will enjoy
A culinary experience next to none – donated by Ruby Sharma and family.
$$$$$
8. Jamjar Auto Rentals – 1967 Pontiac Fire Bird convertible or 1974 Triumph TR 6 for the Week-end – Jim Kumlin and Andy Cave. 600
9. Barry Trotz – the successful candidate will have one luncheon
Session on team building, leadership, resilience, overcoming
Adversity and management with Washington Capitals Head Coach.
This would be a great team building exercise for the leadership
Team of your company. Mutual dates will be agreed upon.
$$$$$
10. Designer’s Gallery – King Koil Milano True Eurotop 1544 Pocket Coil
Queen size mattress – Imported designer stretch knit fabric – 1/2 foam
Overlap – pillow pockets – 744 pocket coil – Pippa Forster
2350
11. Play and Stay – 1 night in our Best Available Room at Sparkling Hills
Resort and four rounds of golf at Predator Ridge Golf Course with a cart
1200
12. 1 week at Alan Potts house on Eagle Bay Shuswap Lake. Waterfront
In front of cabin with a private dock, boat buoy, fire pit, barbeque,
Water, power, fully equipped kitchen, 4 bedrooms. Times available
September to end of June and may be available at Christmas.
2000
13. Jesse Crow is donating 3-person golf lessons at Salmon Arm with
Carts and 18 holes
800
14. Sharma’s Studio Condo at Creekside on Silver Star Mtn. Sleeps 2 people.
1 week between June 1 and August 31, 2015.
1000
15. The Morning Star – one half (1/2) page color advertisement – Ian Jensen 1250
16. Okanagan Boat Rental – pontoon boat up to 10 people – any time
In June and July except long week-ends – 1 day – Glenn Gallie
665
17. Dinner for a Year – Bruce Townsend – Papa Murphy’s, Original Joe’s,
Italian Kitchen, Bourbon Street, Station Smoke House, The Wing’s,
1200
18. Silberne Spitzen Chalet for 2 nights mid-week at Silver Star Mtn
Architecturally designed – 2 stone fireplaces – 3 full bathrooms-
4 bedrooms – accommodates 15 guests or 4-night stay at Galliano Is.
1500
19. KISS 107.5 FM – 1 four hour on location: Which includes 20 x 30 sec
Promotional commercials to air 4 x 30 sec per day 5a – 12 a prior
To the on location between May 27 and August 25, 2015
1850
20. The Okanagan Valley Big Band – aims to revitalize the classic music of
The Big Band Era, playing jazz and swing hits from the likes of Duke
Ellinton, Glenn Miller, Benny Goodman and Artie Shaw. Will play
For your event on a mutually agreed upon date between September
And June. Typically plays for up to three hours.
2,000
21. Malibu Wakeboard boat – Surf Gate- one day- wake surfing, skiing
Boarding – any day in June or July except the long week-ends.
Donated by Valley Marine – Ryan Smith
960
22. Outdoor set – Beachcombers – Shawn Melvin 2,500
23. Dream Easy Kitchens – Neil and Tammie Bradbury – cabinets, murphy
Bed or gift certificate
3,000
24. Ken Holland – General Manager of Detroit Red Wings Hockey Club.
Will speak for a luncheon or will talk to your company with a podium for
30 minutes. Ken’s topic will be on team building, leadership and
Winning. Ken resigned a 4-year contract with Detroit last year. Dates available presently July 20, 21, 27-30th.
$$$$$
25. Masters Champion 2005 autographed by Tiger Woods – guaranteed
Authenticity by Gordon Hunter – President – donated by Archie Stroh
$$$$$
26. Coldstream Meadows Retirement Community presents a Lake
Country Wine Tour with your choice of 3 wineries with their bus
And return for a steak barbeque for 12 people hosted by
Jack and Elaine Bordon
3,400
27. The Morning Star – one (1) full page color advertisement – Ian Jenson 2,500
28. Pure Granite Rock – Clark Omand – product of choice 5,000