HALIFAX, March 20, 2014 /CNW/ - This Saturday, March 22, participants and volunteers will come together at the Canada Games Centre for the fifth and final day-long fitness event, Bust a Move for Breast Health™. With over $3.9 million already raised and contributed, Bust a Move will mark a celebration of the creation of a new Breast Health Centre.
Bust a Move, hosted by the QEII Foundation and the IWK Foundation, is pleased to have columnist and actor Jeremy Webb back as emcee extraordinaire. Participants will be treated to six fitness sessions - including the ever- popular Maritime Kitchen party - led by some of Nova Scotia's best fitness leaders. Local entertainment talent, including band Big Fish, will be keeping the energy levels up throughout the day.
Media are invited and encouraged to attend throughout the day. The media entrance to the event is through the Canada Games Centre main entrance on 26 Thomas Raddall Drive. Please register at the media check-in desk upon arrival. The event's closing ceremonies will be held shortly after 3:30 p.m. with an announcement of the total funds raised from event day, as well as the five-year grand total.
What: Fifth and final Bust a Move for Breast Health™
When: Saturday, March 22, 9 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.
Where: Canada Games Centre, 26 Thomas Raddall Drive, Halifax
Who: QEII Foundation, IWK Foundation
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SOURCE: QEII FOUNDATION
For further information:
Tanya MacLean, director of communications, QEII Foundation, 489 5664
Carla Adams, principal communications strategist, IWK Foundation, 220 8030