Fruv Freedomwear hosts charity event for YANA

Fruv Freedomwear co-owner Lee Erikson is helping to bring awareness and raise funds for You Are Not Alone.

Fruv Freedomwear co-owner Lee Erikson is helping to bring awareness and raise funds for You Are Not Alone (YANA).

She is teaming with Comox Recreation to host Zumba for YANA Feb. 24 at the Comox Community Centre from 9:30 to 11:30 a.m. Doors open at 9 a.m.

Tickets are $10, available at Fruv Freedomwear at the Superstore complex, or the Comox Community Centre at 1855 Noel Ave.

“This is going to be an exciting event,” Erikson said. “I’ve been working closely with Meghan Hunt who is one of Fruv’s Flow Team ambassadors as well as an instructor at Comox Recreation. Meghan has lined up a fantastic team of instructors who are generously donating their time to help us make this fundraiser possible.”

Fruv Freedomwear is an Eco-Friendly Canadian company that manufactures yoga active wear, and is committed to bringing community together to make a difference by ‘shaking it for charity.’ It is excited to create awareness for YANA and all it does to help families that need to travel to access medical treatment for their children.

So Join the Fruvment and come celebrate in this fun filled event, and try your chances at some Fruvy door prizes.

For more information call (250) 331-1711.

 

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