On Saturday, February 6th, the Hunterdon Health and Wellness Centers in Clinton and Whitehouse Station hosted Fit for Cancer. Sixty-nine people participated in several activities which included: one and a half hour yoga, four hour Zumba, three hour spin, five hour spin or seven hour spin and a Warrior Challenge. The participants competed to raise the most, and Kathleen Jaeger of Annandale raised the most funds with over $2,000. The event raised $34,495 in total for Hunterdon Regional Cancer Center.
Proceeds from this event will be used to enhance programs and services at Hunterdon Regional Cancer Center. Hunterdon Regional Cancer Center is a partner of Fox Chase Cancer Center. Its comprehensive services include chemotherapy, radiation therapy, clinical research, early detection and screening programs, support groups, educational programs, nutrition counseling, psychosocial support, complimentary therapies and cancer risk assessment.
For more information on Hunterdon Regional Cancer Center, visit www.hunterdonhealthcare.org/cancer.
Pictured: Spinning was one activity part of the Fit for Cancer challenge held at the Hunterdon Health and Wellness Centers on February 6th. The events raised over $34,000 for the Hunterdon Regional Cancer Center.