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Sailing for Big Brothers Big Sisters

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Garth Campbell (right) with his Little Brother, Zac Bowley.

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Though not related by blood, Garth Campbell has been a Big Brother and mentor to Zac Bowley for the past six years.

Now, he wants to give back to the organization that gave him a meaningful relationship with his Little Brother.

Campbell is participating in a sailing race, "Clipper Round the World," for eight weeks starting in April of 2014. He’ll be sailing from San Francisco to New York City, coming through the Panama Canal to reach the other side of the continent. Campbell will be competing against and working with many other people around the world during the race.

Clipper is an English sailing organization which promotes and facilitates amateur sailors to experience off-shore racing. Covering his own expenses for the journey, Campbell is asking his supporters to donate to Big Brothers Big Sisters of Winnipeg in lieu of support for him.

For more information about the race, visit https://www.clipperroundtheworld.com/

For more information about BBBS, visit bigwinnipeg.com

— Staff

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