Trail: Storm the Stairs

The United Way's second Storm the Stairs raised $3,500 with 43 runners and walkers tackling Trail's covered stairs.

The United Way Trail and District's Storm the Stairs doubled its turnout this year with close to 50 runners

With a successful second year finish, the United Way Trail and District is already planning a run for 2017.

“We would like to thank our sponsors, community partners, volunteers and especially those that participated in our second annual Storm the Stairs Fundraising Fun Run/Walk,” says Executive Director Naomi McKimmie. “We hope to see you all again next September for our third annual Storm the Stairs.”

This year 45 participants registered, 43 participated, and of those, four were under the age of 18.

The total raised through registration and pledging was $3,500.

The top individual fundraiser was Charlene Pasutti with $637 in pledges; the top team fundraiser was “Babes for Brains” who raised $205 in pledges.

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