Saturday afternoon was a chance for kids and parents across Regina to have a little fun while supporting a good cause.
Level 10 Fitness was the site of community fundraiser for the family of Vienna Kennedy, an eight year old Regina girl who has a congenital muscle syndrome. All proceeds are being directed towards Build Love’s $100,000 cash goal, with that money being used to help support the total cost of renovating the Kennedy family home.
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Vienna’s mother Liana was present and was very happy.
“We have just been overwhelmed with the grace that has been shown to us,” she said. “We know that there’s a lot of people that are in need. We don’t feel at all deserving.”
Vienna Kennedy and other youngsters get the heart pumpin' a little @ Level 10 Fitness this afternoon! All proceeds from this event goes to @BuildLoveYQR $100,000 cash fundraising goal.#YQR #SK #Sask #news pic.twitter.com/0lxSkv1Llp
— David Boles (@DavidJBoles) September 22, 2018
The event saw several kids participate in tournament comprising of various athletic and recreational activities, including pillar ball and bracelet making.
“This has been really fun,” said Kennedy. “The kids have so many different activities, it’s been great.”