HOWELL – THE MAX Challenge of Howell owner Laura Gashlin, along with fellow instructors, staff and MAX Challenge members will be taking part in the Annual Howell Relay for Life charity event on June 9 at Howell High School, 405 Squankum Yellowbrook Road.
Relay for Life is the signature fundraiser for the American Cancer Society. The Annual Howell Relay for Life is meant to bring the community together to remember loved ones lost, honor survivors and raise money to help the American Cancer Society make a global impact on cancer.
The MAX Challenge of Howell and its members are committed to supporting local charities. In the past month, they have sponsored the Howell Little League, Howell Race for Education, donated funds and food to Bread from Heaven Café and Pantry, donated gift baskets to Station 55 Firehouse, Goetz Middle School and CFC Loud and Clear, and participated and volunteered at the Jar of Hope 5K at First Energy Park in Lakewood.
“We’re extremely excited to be involved with supporting our community,” said Laura. “THE MAX Challenge of Howell’s core values are rooted in helping others and Relay for Life provides another way for us to make a difference in the world!”
Proceeds from this event will have an immediate and direct impact on so many families and the MAX Challenge is extremely proud to sponsor such a special event.
THE MAX Challenge is a 10-week body renewal system designed to help members make fast and lasting changes to their health, appearance and fitness levels. THE MAX Challenge members achieve great results by receiving a combination of nutritional counseling, fitness classes and motivation provided by trained MAX Challenge instructors. There are over 100 MAX Challenge locations throughout New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania and California.
To learn more about THE MAX Challenge of Howell, visit facebook.com/MaxFitnessHowell.