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Let's Climb a Mountain CANCELED
It is with great sadness that the BRRC must announce that due to ongoing logistical and safety concerns that could compromise the safety of all the particpants and volunteers at the Let's Climb a Mountain race that we have decided to end this annual July race.

If you have already registered for this event as a solo particapnt or team, please contact the race director, Ron Nukowitz, at 509-496-0404.

We would like to thank everyone who has volunteered or participated in this race over the past 30+ years.

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