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On an Energy Run with new sneakers


On 13 August, Narva hosted the first Energy Run, public sport event, where among the 2,000 sports enthusiasts were children from shelters, wearing their brand-new sneakers bought thanks to the Happy Feet campaign. All the participants were in a good mood, which was not lost on the children from the shelters and so they took the example of the others.

The children did not take part in the long half-marathon, but gave their best at a 7 km trail and fun runs for children, which were led by a costumed Tsar Peter I. The youngest ones got to wear a bib bearing the number 1– this was a privilege not granted to those who took a longer trail.

The athletic part of the day was followed by an exciting cultural programme for everybody, starting with Anne Veski’s concert on the Peetri Square and culminating in the evening with a performance in the castle courtyard staged within the programme of the Narva History Festival called “The Battle of Narva”.

Before heading back home, the staff of the shelters had a chance to visit the Narva Children Shelter and to see what their colleagues do for the benefit of children.

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