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Registration Still Open for "Anything is Pawsable" Fundraiser this Sunday

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CEDAR GROVE, NJ - Don't forget, Sunday April 24 at 9am is our fundraiser, "Anything is PawsABLE." All of the proceeds will be going to help Matthew Ribaudo, a 16-year-old Cedar Grove young adult with autism, get a service dog. Please come and show your support!

All members, non-members, and guests are welcome.  Open to all ages and all fitness levels, you do not need to have done a CrossFit workout before. We will also be having Open Sensory Gym for children.

Preregistration required! Click here to sign up!

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9:00am WOD

This partner WOD is open to all levels, you do not need to have done CrossFit before. 

10:00am Kids WOD

Kids will workout in heats based on age group performing simple, fun, exercises.

10:00am Zumba

Get your dance on for a great cause!

 

11:00am Yoga

Get on your mat and open your heart!

 

LIMITLESS Performance and Therapy

1376 Pompton Avenue

Cedar Grove, NJ 07009

www.limitlessnj.com

 

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