A year after the passing of four Cochrane youths, an ultimate game of 'Capture the Flag' will be played at Mitford Park.

Rather than dwelling on sadness, organizers Meaghan Halkyard and Jules Paulson are looking to bring a family friendly competition to the field.

Halkyard says the money raised from the event goes towards a great cause.

"The goal of the event is to raise money for the Lamont Murphy Scholarship Fund in honour of the four Cochrane teens who lost their lives in 2015."

The duo organized a vigil of remembrance last year, but Paulson shares this year they wanted to move past the sadness.

"We just figured some time has passed since the actual incidents, While they are still remembered, it probably shouldn't be so much grief based we thought we should probably start to move towards the happier side of things."

A silent auction, prizes, and random acts of kindness will all be part of the event.

"For every person who comes out to our event, either to watch or to take part; we ask them to put a random act of kindness in a jar, pledge to do it themselves and we will also do the same acts of kindness."

The day/evening event runs on August 19 from 1 pm to 11 pm, Halkyard says you don't need to be in top physical shape to participate.

"All ages are welcome, families, you don't have to be too fit to come; just as long as you have some good sportsmanship, and want to run around."

It is $5 a person to register and the pair are hoping to have teams of 10 compete against each other.

For more information on the event and a link to register you will find it here.