• Nov. 30, 2011 4:25 p.m.

The 360 Fitness First Annual Fundraising Gala held Oct. 29 raised $13,000 for KidSport Red Deer. Organizers say it was one of the single biggest donations in KidSport history. It was a wonderful night with dinner, silent auction and raffle draws.

Awards were also given out by 360 Fitness trainers to client at the gym. The five awards were ‘Biggest % of Weight Loss for men and women; the ‘Most Dedicated’ and the Biggest % of Strength Gains for men and women.

We also had to testimonial speeches that were done by two of the season vets here at 360.

“We are already in the process of looking for a place for next year’s gala as we would love to make this an annual thing,” said Brooke Einarson, assistant manager/personal trainer. “It is great knowing that the money is staying within the Red Deer community.”

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