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Salmon Arm boxers go the distance for fundraiser

Hit2Fit charity event held Saturday evening at SASCU Recreation Centre

The fourth annual Hit2Fit charity fundraiser delivered with style.

Garbed in Roaring ’20s attire, attendees enjoyed an evening of fine dining, followed by deft displays of athletic talent in the ring. Boxers from Salmon Arm, Kamloops, Nelson, Cranbrook, Vancouver, Ontario, and as far as Houston, Texas, competed in the event organized by Salmon Arm Boxing for Wellness and held at the SASCU Recreation Centre on Saturday, May 7.

The night’s Main Event was an Elite bout between Salmon Arm’s Jordyn Konrad of Bulldog’s Boxing, versus Alexandra Fernandez of Houston Boxing.

Funds raised at the event will go to Dmytro Nedopas and his spouse Natalia for their efforts to support Ukraine.

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Lachlan Labere

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