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Chad Braithwaite, owner of Fitness Etc. on Dogwood Street, is holding on March 15 starting at 8 p.m., the second annual Onesie Fundraiser. This year’s event proceeds will go to Cameryn’s Cause and Natalia Corrigall (pictured in the toque) who is battling Leukemia. Tickets are $20 each and the Grand Prize for this event is a trip for two to Las Vegas. Tickets are available at Fitness Etc. located at 190 Dogwood Street. - Photo submitted
Chad Braithwaite, owner of Fitness Etc. on Dogwood Street, is holding on March 15 starting at 8 p.m., the second annual Onesie Fundraiser. This year’s event proceeds will go to Cameryn’s Cause and Natalia Corrigall (pictured in the toque) who is battling Leukemia. Tickets are $20 each and the Grand Prize for this event is a trip for two to Las Vegas. Tickets are available at Fitness Etc. located at 190 Dogwood Street.
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Chad Braithwaite, owner of Fitness Etc. on Dogwood Street, is holding on March 15 starting at 8 p.m., the second annual Onesie Fundraiser. This year’s event proceeds will go to Cameryn’s Cause and Natalia Corrigall (pictured in the toque) who is battling Leukemia. Tickets are $20 each and the Grand Prize for this event is a trip for two to Las Vegas. Tickets are available at Fitness Etc. located at 190 Dogwood Street.

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