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Club aids Ruimveldt Children’s Aid Centre

imgres-2You may think getting tipsy and running seems like a bad idea but for a group calling themselves the Guyana Hash House Harriers, it’s a common practice.

For this drinking club with a running problem which is usually part scavenger hunt and part exercise, to start things off this year the group plans to make a difference in the lives of the children at the Ruimveldt Children’s Aid Centre.

Let’s just say the members plan to raise funds for the children doing what they do best, a few adult beverages, lots of fun and memories to last a life time. Organizer of the event Marwan Al Hashimi said giving back to a worthy cause has always been a part of the group focus’s.

This social group has existed since the 1990’s and was started by some British Diplomats according to Al Hashimi.

Hashing can be described as a non competitive form of exercise that usually forms great entertainment and relaxation. Not surprisingly members of this group might be ordinary citizens or they might be experts in society who all have one thing in common, a sense of humor.

The charity run will be next week Tuesday at 3 in the afternoon and the starting point for the run will be at the British High Commission on Main Street Georgetown.

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