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Sai Kung teams line up for fitness challenge benefiting Angels for Orphans charity

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Three Sai Kung teams will compete in the Angels for Orphans fitness challenge at the Hive on June 3. Angels for Orphans finances programmes to improve the lives of children in Southeast Asia. It is teamed with Bali Kids, New Hope for Cambodian Children, Sunrise Cambodia and the Po Leung Kuk.

Local exercise gurus Dayle Haigh-Smith, Tim Stevens and Emma Linnitt, will lead the classes over eight weeks. Participants will have their fitness tested at the beginning and end of the challenges. Saturday’s event is from 11 to 12am on the Hive’s roof, if it doesn’t rain. Cena restaurant offers everyone who takes part a free glass of cava.

For further information olivia.cooke@smallprint.com.  A $200 donation will confirm your entry to the competition, payment via Simply Giving citing Yoga.

1 Comment on Sai Kung teams line up for fitness challenge benefiting Angels for Orphans charity

  1. Great to have so many people from the Sai Kung and Clearwater Bay taking on the challenge. Thanks everyone for your support and have a great time.
    Suzanne “Chief Angel”
    Angels for Orphans

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