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"If I Don’t Finish, We Need to Continue"

(L-R): St. James Catholic School Student Co-ordinators for the “Toonies for Terry Fox Day” Thalia Pisaric and Emma Campbell hold a Terry Fox inspirational photo encouraging everyone to take part in the annual Terry Fox Marathon of Hope .

September 14, 2009 - Terry Fox’s words “If I don't finish, we need others to continue. It's got to keep going without me,” have inspired St. James Catholic School to participate in the annual Terry Fox Marathon of Hope. More than 350 students will participate in the walk at St. James Catholic School in Lively with voluntary donations going to the Terry Fox Foundation. Whereas Terry Fox made a monumental impact on the world, St. James Catholic School students hope that they can, in their own small way, help with cancer research.



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