Calling on friends and families – come run and play with us!

We’ve started warming up for the 8th Annual Primary Care Network (PCN) Women’s Fun Run and are just about ready to walk, run, and stroll around the beautiful MacKenzie Trail System and Lindsay Thurber High School track in Red Deer. All of the money raised at this event will go towards The Mustard Seed School Lunch Program (SLP) to feed between 350 – 400 children every lunch hour, in over 30 schools.

The day includes a 1, 3, 5, or 10km marathon, but also a Family 3km, a Little Ladies 500m, a 100m dash, and a Young Men’s 100m.

“We are excited to celebrate health and wellness,” says Val Jensen, Race Director/Event Coordinator, “while helping our local kids take a step on their journey to a healthier life.”

Last year we successfully raised $35,000 for our school program, which helped us serve 56,000 lunches to the children in our community. We’re hoping for an even bigger turn-out this year as we’ve added some new events and prizes.

Introducing the Diaper Dash

We’re challenging individuals to raise $1,000 for the SLP, which in turn will award an individual the opportunity to sport a diaper for a 100m dash (Note: the diaper may be worn anywhere; we have a 91-year-old woman participating who will be carrying it in her purse!).

If you win, not only will you have bragging rights and the title of “Red Deer’s Fastest 100m Diaper Dash-er,” but the top fundraiser will win a StayCation Package for two.


The individual with the highest fundraising total will receive a StayCation Package for two! This includes:

The three teams that raise the most money will choose from the following amazing packages:

  • Banff Rafting Adventure
  • Limo & Dinner (8 people)
  • Luxury Suite at the Races

Come play with us!

The Mustard Seed loves being a part of the Red Deer PCN Women’s Fun Run and is looking forward to seeing you! We love promoting health and physical activity with our friends and families and look forward to celebrating all of the mothers out there as well.

“We’re looking forward to thanking all those that participate for the difference that they are making in the lives of vulnerable students,” says Laura, Community Development Coordinator.

Join us on Saturday, May 11 for a day of fun and help raise money for the vulnerable children in our community.