Burke benefit planned

An event in Terrace to assist with expenses is happening Jan. 2, 2012.

“AS you may or not know, I grow up Sarah Burke, the freestyle skier who died Tuesday in a ski accident,” writes Terri Wilkinson from Synergy Health and Fitness in Terrace.

“We are from the same town, Midland, Ontario, and I have known her since I was in Grade 5.  There is a foundation that has been started in her name to cover cost of medical and funeral arrangements and I would like to help.”

“So on Monday Jan 23 2012 all money raised from fitness/spin classes will be donated to the Sarah Burke foundation.”

Spin starts at 6 am and again at 12:10 pm.

Balance and Strength at 5:15 pm and Pilates at 6:30 pm

“Let’s fill up these classes and help remember my wonderful friend.  If you can’t make a class and still want to donate please drop it off at Synergy.”

Synergy Health and Fitness is located at 4609 Lazelle Ave.

 

 

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