The ninth annual Salvation Army Santa Shuffle brought large crowd to Elwood Park Saturday morning.

Ninth annual Santa Shuffle draws large crowd to Ellwood Park

More than 400 participants took part in the ninth annual Salvation Army "Santa Shuffle" on Saturday morning.

More than 400 participated in this year’s Salvation Army “Santa Shuffle” on Saturday morning.  This the ninth year for the event which highlights the work that the Salvation Army does in our community.

Costumed runners and walkers completed either a 1 or 5 km course around the edge of Ellwood and Fishtrap Creek parks in Abbotsford.  Speakers noted that last year the Army’s volunteers served over 158,000 meals to those visiting its Gladys Ave. facility.

For pictures from this morning’s event go to Abby News Flickr or Abby News Facebook.

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