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28th Oct 2011 12:22am
Last Post 31st Jan 2012
Girls night in
Did you attend a Girls Night In last week? My Curves gym in Glenelg SA put on a fantastic night. Four of the Curvettes 2011 (I am one) got to model beautiful clothes from TS14+ had our hair and makeup done by professionals and did we ever look good! The funds raised go to Breast Cancer research a charity I support. We had a decorated bra competition and that was a lot of fun and was amazing to see how talented some of our members are. I have not had so much fun in a long time. Since joining Curves last year I have changed my life and have become healthy and confident. Never thought I would be modelling at the age of 67! One of the other models is 77 so it goes to show you are never too old to be cinderella for a night!
31st Jan 2012 08:49pm
Hanka says: I have attended Girls night in at Curves in Weston in Canbera ACT twice. Each time we had a Jazz concert in aid of breast cancer. The lady jazz singer had been a breast cancer sufferer and now holds these fund raising nights at Curves. We all had a great time and collected quite a good sum of money for this cause.
31st Jan 2012 11:46pm
Hanka says: I have attended Girls night in at Curves in Weston in Canbera ACT twice. Each time we had a Jazz concert in aid of breast cancer. The lady jazz singer had been a breast cancer sufferer and now...
CAT17 says: Hi Hanka, thanks for your re[ly. I know how you feel about fund raising at your local Curves Weston (I used to live in Weston and know where Curves is - in fact I have a couple of close friends who attend). I love Curves for the great workout I get, I love the support and the whole approach Curves have to the health of women. Fund raising events for such a worthwhile organisation are always such fun at Glenelg and the owner comes up with great ideas to get members involved. This month we will get to meet the Curvette winner for 2011 and will get to hear her inspring story. Any lady out there who is thinking about getting fit and healthy should give Curves the chance to show them how fantastic the programme is. I know how much it has done for me.
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