Published 9:32 pm Tuesday, April 13, 2010
Selma was in a giving mood in March.
During March residents came to Curves of Selma to not only become more fit, but to give to families in need.
From March 1 to March 31, Curves collected non-perishable items and monetary donations for Miller Childers Center.
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While donating food to families in need is its own reward, the club is offering compelling incentive for both existing and potential members who participate in the drive.
The owners of Curves hope that this will allow the community to come together to help families in need.
“At the core of our business is the message that women are stronger when they rally together and that is the point we hope to bring home with our food drive,” said Curves co-owner Janet Wilson.
While the food drive will last the entire month of March, a special time will be used to allow women free registration to the health center.
Curves is the largest fitness franchise in the world with nearly 10,000 locations.
“It is designed to give women their own gym that is specifically designed to help women with strength training and weight loss machines,” said owner Kelly Serman.