Community track

The Oceanside Community Track project is $9,000 closer to its fundraising goal thanks to a successful silent auction in December.
In return for the funding support, SD69 will allow community use of the athletics track and parking lot at Ballenas Secondary School outside of school hours and scheduled school activities.
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The campaign is in the final sprint and within $200,000 of reaching its goal of $1.5 million to rebuild the track and provide additional lifecycle funding for a facility built in the late 70s. 
A silent auction fundraiser will be held Dec. 9 both online and in-person at Pacific Shores Resort & Spa in Nanoose.
The Oceanside Community Track Committee is past the halfway point to its $1.5 million funding goal and has planned a silent auction to bring it even closer to the finish line.
A group calling itself Team Red has started a fitness tracking campaign where it aims to collectively travel 40,000 km, or 100,000 laps of a running track.

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