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Lace Up for Sneakers For B.E.A.K.E.R. Saturday, May 3

Join the Young Women's League of Reading at the Reading Athletic Club on May 3. Courtesy Photo
Join the Young Women's League of Reading at the Reading Athletic Club on May 3. Courtesy Photo

Lace up and join the Young Women's League of Reading, in partnership with the Reading Athletic Club, at Sneakers for B.E.A.K.E.R. - an exciting family FUNdraiser to benefit science education and programming for Reading's elementary schools!

Have you always wanted to try a studio class? Wonder what spin is all about?  Are you looking for a fun, active way to spend a few hours with your family on a Saturday? Now is the time!

When: Saturday May 3, 2014

Where: The Reading Athletic Club - 1 General Way, Reading

Who: You! Your family! Your friends!

What: 6 different exercise classes with something for everyone! 

$15/class - $10/kids

Fantastic raffles

Babysitting available on site for $3/hour

Why: To support B.E.A.K.E.R. (Bringing Educators and Kids Exploratory Resources), a program funded by the Young Women’s League of Reading that provides science equipment to Reading's elementary schools

Check out the schedule of classes below! 

11:00 am

A)     Adult 20:20:20 -- 20 minutes each of Kickboxing, Tabata and Core Conditioning

B)     Kids Spin

C)     Adult EDGE


12:00 pm

A)     Family Zumba

B)     Adult Spin

C)     Kids EDGE

If you prefer an independent workout, you can also help support B.E.A.K.E.R. by taking advantage of the Reading Athletic Club's facilities anytime between 11:00 am and 1:00 pm on the day of the event for $15. 

Thanks to the generosity of the Reading Athletic Club, 100% of all money raised during this event supports B.E.A.K.E.R. 

All registered attendees are automatically entered into a drawing for a free pair of sneakers!!

Reserve your spot today by registering athttp://shop.ywlreading.org

Questions?  sneakersforbeaker@ywlreading.org

The Young Women’s League of Reading, Inc. is a philanthropic organization, benefitting individual charities, scholarships, and social needs in the Reading, MA area.  In the past five years alone, the group has raised and returned to the community more than $60,000.

The group was founded in 1950 and is comprised of 25 women whole mission is to coordinate fundraising, social and civic events in Reading.  Members us the group’s long-standing traditions along with innovative fundraisers to support the community. 

All funds raised by the Young Women’s League of Reading are disbursed annually among community groups, foundations, organizations and families in need.

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