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PET OF THE WEEK
CHELSEA is just as lovely as she looks. Chelsea is young
and is looking for a family that can share her enthusiasm
for fun and accept her affections.
She would love to romp along beside you, while you
enjoy a stroll along the lake or lay by your side while you
relax and enjoy quiet time.
Chelsea will enthusiastically demonstrate her affection,
and give you her full attention when you meet her. This
active little girl will enjoy being busy, and if you love
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All in all, this true sweetheart is looking for a family that
she can simply share her life with. Chelsea and her friends
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Workout for a cure
WHEN Raquel Paez discovered a close
friend had breast cancer she felt inspired
to help others in a similar situation.
''When that happened last year it really
hit home,'' she said. ''When it affects you
personally you feel you really need to do
something about it.''
The Salsabor Dance Company director
has organised a Zumbathon Charity event
next month to coincide with Breast
Cancer Awareness Month.
On Sunday, October 8 from 11am to
1pm, Canberrans are urged to get down to
the Italo Australian Club in Forrest and
shake and groove for a cure. Registration
for the event will start at 10.30am and it
costs $20 to participate. Zumba shirts and
pants will also be sold on the day, with all
proceeds going towards the cause.
Ms Paez said all were invited to attend,
regardless of age or fitness level.
''The Zumba class will involve 12
different instructors from Canberra,'' she
''That's a really special part of the
event that everyone's going to get a
chance to show off what they can do.''
The event will be opened by National
Breast Cancer Foundation ambassador
and media personality AnneMarie White.
Ms White has overcome breast cancer
and said exercise was the key to regaining
good health after her battle with the
disease. After the Zumba class, partici-
pants can enjoy a morning tea and an
opportunity to chat with Ms White.
Ms Paez said she hoped more than 200
people would join in and it was the
biggest Zumbathon event ever held in
Ms Paez's friend is now in remission
and is incredibly grateful for the planned
charity event and the funds it will raise.
She won't be participating on the day,
but Ms Paez said she had organised her
own fundraiser in Sydney.
"She's definitely someone I admire,"
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