Mountain Life Fitness presents Spin for the Stars
Strap on your biking shoes and your spandex shorts and get ready to pump those legs for a good cause!
On Saturday, Oct. 20, Jackie Wright at Mountain Life Fitness in Granby will be hosting the Fourth Annual spin-a-thon, “Spin for the Stars,” to benefit the local non-profit the Shining Stars Foundation.
Cost is $35 per class and all proceeds benefit the Shining Stars Foundation. Cyclists of all levels are welcome.
This year a silent auction from 8:15 to 11:30 a.m. will add to the fun. Great prizes go to the highest bidder. Children between the ages of 13 to 15 must have a parent or guardian present and children between the ages of 16 to 18 must have a waiver signed by a parent or guardian. Registration for these unforgettable spin classes began on Sept. 22 so grab some friends to spin with or spin solo. You can register for these classes by stopping into Mountain Life Fitness, calling them at 970-887-1122, or visiting their website at http://www.mtnlifefitness.com. Information is also available on the Shining Stars Foundation website, http://www.ShiningStarsFoundation.org. Add a little extra motivation to your workout and spin for a good cause.
The Shining Stars Foundation is a local non-profit that transforms lives through year-round recreational and social programs for children and their families challenged with pediatric cancer and other life-threatening illnesses. All programs are provided at no cost to the children or their families. The Foundation is a local charity and provided services to 6,054 clients last year including children, families, medical support teams, volunteers, and supporters who attend our events. To learn more about the Shining Stars Foundation, please visit our website: http://www.shiningstarsfoundation.org.
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