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The third annual Spin-a-Thon at the Comox Community Centre was not limited to humans. The 24-hour spin bike fundraiser benefited the Canadian Tire Jumpstart program, which helps financially disadvantaged kids participate in physical recreation. - Erin Haluschak
The third annual Spin-a-Thon at the Comox Community Centre was not limited to humans. The 24-hour spin bike fundraiser benefited the Canadian Tire Jumpstart program, which helps financially disadvantaged kids participate in physical recreation.
— image credit: Erin Haluschak
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