James Hoffman and Gina Noble helped raise about $300 for the Queensland Cancer Council at Feelgood Fitness.
James Hoffman and Gina Noble helped raise about $300 for the Queensland Cancer Council at Feelgood Fitness.

Feelgood supports Cancer Council

DAFFODILS sprouted limbs and peddled for a cure at Feelgood Fitness during the weekend.

The floral symbol for the Cancer Council Queensland was the mascot of choice for about 60 people who participated in the four-hour spin-a-thon.

Fitness consultant Jeannie said it was a great opportunity to raise awareness about cancer and personal health.

“We had more than 60 people come and join in and we raised $300 for the Cancer Council,” Jeannie said.

“We had sessions from 8am to 11am. Some people did the whole four hours and some people did one hour – whatever they could spare in time and donations.

“It was great fun for a great cause and some dressed up as daffodils for the occasion.”


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