Crossways night boosts BenHer challenge

Members of the BeFIT Exercise team with their cheque for �1,886 which will be donated to the Ulster Cancer Foundation,the money was raised at a charity auction held in the Crossways Bar,the girls would like to say a special thank you to everyone who supported them and to the local businesses in Larne and Ballyclare who donated prizes on the night. INLT 19-010-PSB
Members of the BeFIT Exercise team with their cheque for �1,886 which will be donated to the Ulster Cancer Foundation,the money was raised at a charity auction held in the Crossways Bar,the girls would like to say a special thank you to everyone who supported them and to the local businesses in Larne and Ballyclare who donated prizes on the night. INLT 19-010-PSB

a CHARITY night at the Crossways, Raloo has raised a fantastic £1,886 for the Ulster Cancer Foundation.

Jenni Mehaffey, Ann Hunter and Jennifer Roper along with the rest of the BeFit girls organised the event as part of their Ben Nevis Challenge fundraising efforts.

They would like to extend their thanks to all the local businesses that supported the effort by donating raffle/ auction prizes. Businesses who gave their support included Junction 13, McDowells, Blairs, Park Inn, Whitehead Golf Club, Haggan’s Fruit Shop, JPM, Ballyclare Blooms, Matthew Barr, Dermot Murphy Photography, Rural Beauty, Cedar Tree, Beauty Spot, McMasters, Scratch, Crafty Copy, Cutting Crew, Joli Clothing, Calm, and East Antrim Electrical.

Jenni, Ann and Jennifer said: “On behalf of BeFit, BenHer Challengers we would like to thank everyone for coming and supporting us, with special thanks to Alec and Mandy of the Crossways Bar, DJ, David Workman and auctioneer, Clarke McCartney.

“A thank you to the local businesses in Larne and Ballyclare who donated raffle prizes and sponsorship money.”