Bootcampers log kms for cancer

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HARD WORK: Myrtleford's Helen Howell and her Lockdown Kilometres for Cancer team will row, run or ski the 74-kilometre distance in support for cancer.

WHILE locked out of the gym, a group of avid Myrtleford bootcampers is on a mission to complete a virtual challenge to conquer cancer.

The groups will row, run or ski the 74-kilometre distance to the Albury Wodonga Regional Cancer Centre in an effort to raise money for the centre’s Trust Fund.

Myrtleford’s Helen Howell, who is also a nurse in Wangaratta, said the idea came about at the start of August when Victoria’s second lockdown came into place.


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