Jeans Day a huge success for local CrossFit 187

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Carolyn Langdon of CrossFit 187 said the event was a huge success.

“We raised $12,434 dollars online, and another thousand dollars in cash donations” Langdon said.  

Overall, the local gym saw 29 people come out to work out in their jeans in support of the program.

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Prizes were also handed out for best dressed at the event. Carl Lehr won in the men’s category, and Carmen Maddigan won for the ladies.

Langdon also wanted to give her thanks to the people of Fort St. John, and looks forward to surpassing this year’s fundraising totals at next year’s event.

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