THE streets of Mosman were filled with thousands of runners on Sunday June 18 as part of the 35th annual Mini-Mos Community Fun Run & Fair. Over 2500 runners pounded the pavement in the 2k, 5k and 10k races in support of Mosman Public School and its nominated charities SeeBeyondBorders and Raise Foundation. The Men’s 10k was won by Kevin Batt in 31:03 minutes, followed closely by James Nipperess in 31:15 minutes and James Tunbridge in 32:44. “I knew it was going to be a tough day in the office. I went out hard,” Mr Batt said. “It was very tough. The toughest course I’ve done I would say. The amount of hills!” Mr Nipperess said. Commonwealth Games steeple chase qualifier Victoria Mitchell too

Raise empowers students in races

EMPOWERING students to set happiness goals and work with others in achieving them was the focus when Raise Foundation visited Mosman Public School (MPS) last month. MPS is supporting Raise Foundation at the Mini-Mos Community Fun Run & Fair, on Sunday June 18. Raise is a Mosman-based charity that provides mentoring programs for young people in high schools and the community. Now in its second year, the partnership between MPS and Raise is one that Raise Founder and CEO Vicki Condon says has been vital to the continuing work of her organisation. “We work to help young people overcome challenges and achieve goals by engaging with schools and community for support through best practice mentorin

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