Reindeer Romp cover

Participants gathered before hitting the streets in Port Elgin for the 15th annual Reindeer Romp in support of mental health. Photo submitted

Hub Staff

All sorts of Christmasy attire turned out for the 15th annual Reindeer Romp Christmas Eve morning, hosted by Fitness Corner and Fitness Corner South with the help of Saugeen Track and Field Club.

Santas, elves, reindeer and a super hero or two were among those there to support mental health.

Approximately 80 people gathered, raising $1,100 for Bruce Shoreline, the local branch of the Canadian Mental Health Association Grey Bruce.

Participants were put through a warm up routine by Fitness Corner's Holly Vanderzwet before taking to the streets of Port Elgin to walk, jog or run along a 2, 5 or 10 kilometre course.

Reindeer Romp group

Approximately 80 participants took part in the 15th annual Reindeer Romp, raising $1,100 for the local branch of the Canadian Mental Health Association. Photo submitted

Reindeer Romp Holly Geordie

Fitness Corner's Holly Vanderzwet (left) and Saugeen Track and Field Club's Geordie Farrell (right) were dressed the part for the annual festive run December 24. Photo submitted

Reindeer Romp Mary Lou

Mary Lou Hills was ready to hit the streets in her Christmas attire Christmas Eve morning. Photo submitted

Reindeer Romp Wonder Woman

Some participants were ready to spring into action December 24 for the 15th annual Reindeer Romp. Photo submitted