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Zumbathon Fundraiser at Equinox – South Bay, CA

Updated February 13, 2013: Equinox – South Bay helped raise $250 for Little Ripples! Thank you Equinox! We look forward to the February 27th Mixer!

We have some exciting fundraisers coming up in February with Equinox – South Bay.  On Sunday, February 10 from 12pm – 2pm join us for a Zumbathon class where all proceeds will go to Little Ripples.  Come dance your heart out for other little hearts across the world!!  Non-members are welcome to join in the fun – and if you have never visited an Equinox Gym you are in for swanky treat.  Please see the flyer below for details and RSVP to jamie.cary@equinox.com.

Later in the month, we are also having a mixer at Equinox – South Bay on the evening of February 27.  There will be food, a DJ, raffles and fun!  Some of the amazing raffle prizes include passes to local businesses such as the Long Beach Aquarium, Geffen Playhouse and a 3 month pass to Equinox South Bay Gym.  Details and flyer to follow shortly.

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Jennifer

Jennifer became passionate about international development and humanitarian work when studying abroad in Cape Town, South Africa, and leading youth performing arts workshops in one of the surrounding townships. After graduating from UCLA with a Masters in Public Health in Community Health Sciences, she taught adolescent reproductive health to high school students in South and East Los Angeles. She has also worked as a Research Associate at the UCLA Center for Health Services and Society, where she was able to foster an understanding of the community engagement and community resilience approaches, and hopes to incorporate these strategies in her work with Little Ripples. jennifer@iactivism.org

 

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