Boot camp for new sports cen­tre

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A lo­cal fit­ness trainer came up with an idea to help raise funds to sup­port the new Katikati Sport and Re­cre­ation Cen­tre project.

The new cen­tre, es­ti­mated to cost $3m will cater for the many clubs and groups in Katikati that ei­ther have no clu­b­rooms avail­able, or whose cur­rent fa­cil­i­ties are run-down and are no longer big enough for the ex­pan­sion the clubs are ex­pe­ri­enc­ing.

Anne Sin­clair said an ar­ti­cle in the Katikati Ad­ver­tiser about rais­ing funds for a new Sport and Re­cre­ation Cen­tre mo­ti­vated her to help.

A fit­ness per­sonal trainer on a very small scale, Anne works at her home train­ing a hand­ful of loyal lo­cals.

She de­cided to present a sixweek boot camp train­ing ses­sion which started on Novem­ber 5.

All of her clients agreed on a fee and that they would do­nate the funds to­wards the Katikati Sports and Re­cre­ation Cen­tre project.

“Our ex­pec­ta­tion is to raise ap­prox­i­mately $924,” Anne said.

This will be do­nated on com­ple­tion of the boot camp, with the last day on De­cem­ber

12.

The Katikati Sport and Re­cre­ation Cen­tre will also ben­e­fit from pro­ceeds from the

2019 Katikati Av­o­cado Food and Wine Fes­ti­val, be­ing held on Jan­uary 12.

Anne Sin­clair (cen­tre back) with some of her en­thu­si­as­tic boot camp team af­ter a morn­ing ses­sion.

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