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News - 25th July 2022

Blanaid Adamson is our Vhi parkrun Hero winner for June

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The Vhi parkrun Hero award for the month of June has been awarded to Blanaid Adamson, from Mullingar parkrun in county Westmeath.

 

The monthly award recognises and rewards inspirational, hardworking and dedicated members of the parkrun community who embody the ethos of parkrun or have made an outstanding contribution.

 

According to her fellow parkrunners, the Mullingar event would be lost without their hero Blanaid. Often volunteering and helping others complete the distance with words of encouragement, Blanaid is one of the pillars of Mullingar parkrun. Going out of her way to support and invite newcomers along, Blanaid is truly dedicated to her community.

 

On behalf of all at Mullingar parkrun, thank you Blanaid for your commitment, inspiration and giving fellow parkrunners the motivation to make it to the finish line!

 

Nominate a participant or volunteer for the July parkrun hero award at www.vhi.ie/running and if you are a Vhi customer you can also nominate a member of the parkrun community for the award within the Vhi app. Winners will receive a €250 One4All voucher and a winner’s medal courtesy of Vhi.

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