Grindin' with YouthCO

Hey YouthCO peeps!

The Yúusnewas run club is hosting an offsite event to do the Grouse Grind and anyone who is interested is welcome to come and join us. 

Things the grind is good for:

1. Meeting other fun volunteers

2. Getting outside into the sunny weather

3. Exercise

4. Feeling proud of yourself when you make it to the top

5. Cross training for other sports

6. ...and so many other benefits!

For anyone that wants to stick around for socializing after, we will be going to one of the restaurants (good nachos) afterwards to relax after our accomplishment. 

We will meet at YouthCO @12pm and then head there together on transit. For people that are driving, meet at the bottom of the grind for 1pm. 


Estimated Cost:

Bus fare: 2.75 x 2 ways

Gondola: $10 (to get back down the mountain)

Optional: food at the top

 


 

More info:

https://www.grousemountain.com/grousegrind

 

 

WHEN
May 10, 2015 at 6pm - 9pm
WHERE
YouthCO, Grouse Grind
CONTACT
Jessica · · 604-688-1441
9 RSVPS
James Rowley Debbie Love Mathieu Funcity Sarah Chown Odette Wilson Jesse Lecoy Cassidy Lecoy Jessica St. Jean Dallas Lecoy

Will you come?


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