Reminder, the Fairfax classes on Monday and Thursday have been moved back to a start time of 6:30pm. Basketball is over, therefore, we don’t have to wait until 7pm. Yea!
Standard schedule is:
- Fairfax Classes Located at the BFA-Fairfax School: Monday & Thursday Evenings from 6:30-7:30pm AND Saturday mornings at 8am.
- Cambridge/Jeffersonville Classes: Wednesday evenings from 6:30-7:30pm. Located at the Cambridge Elementary School.
$100 Challenge starts this week
If you’re having a hard time starting/achieving a goal, we created a fun challenge that some of you may be interested in.
1. You set a goal that can be reached within 50 days. Click on this sheet to write down your goal: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheet/ccc?key=0AvK-bb5j5SjndDUxYUVXLXpJeTQ1NllfbW5SbVhMWWc&usp=sharing
2. Put $100 in the pot.
3. Reach your goal? Get your money back. Didn’t reach your goal, the $100 remains in the pot and those who achieved their goal split it.
You don’t have to come to boot camp regularly, but as you know, some type of vigorous movement is needed in your life.
Need nutrition guidance? Callie Chapman is ready to give you a hand for a small fee. Her number is: 598-4769.
If I’m given a check, I’ll hold on that check until the end. It will only be cashed if you don’t reach your goal.
A Nice Story About a Fellow Boot Camper
Courtney Gabaree, who attends the Fairfax boot camps, is considered a Vermont Maker. “Inspired by the national PBS multi-platform initiative, Makers: Women Who Made America, Vermont Public Television has produced seven profiles of trailblazing Vermont women who have made a difference in their communities.”
“A graduate of Johnson State College, Courtney is a youth advocate at H.O.P.E. Works, an anti-sexual violence organization in Chittenden County. Courtney helps survivors of prostitution and has most recently worked with the State Attorney General’s Office to update Vermont’s sex trafficking law.”
Courtney is one of the seven featured Vermont Makers. Here is the link to H.O.P.E. Works.