H2O heats up for the Y

More than 30 corporate teams will take part in a spin bike challenge outside the H2O Adventure + Fitness Centre in a FUNdraising finale, celebrating months of raising money for local kids during the 5th annual YMCA-YWCA Spin for Kids Challenge & Wellness Fair.

More than 30 corporate teams will take part in a spin bike challenge outside the H2O Adventure + Fitness Centre in a FUNdraising finale, celebrating months of raising money for local kids during the 5th annual YMCA-YWCA Spin for Kids Challenge & Wellness Fair.

All of the pledge money raised will go directly to the Y’s Strong Kids Campaign. Currently one in four children receive financial assistance at the Y to access membership or participation in YMCA-YWCA programs and services. The fundraising challenge and wellness fair will take place from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. The H2O Adventure + Fitness Centre is located at 4075 Gordon Dr..

 

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