Edmonson County will have a unique opportunity to work out with a very inspiring fitness trainer for a great cause on Saturday, January 31st. The creator of Train Dirty Fitness, Crystal Honeycutt, will be teaching her classes (TDF Boot Camp, TDF HIIT IT, TDF Dance, and TDF Kick) at the Main Street Activity Center. Find out more with our Facebook Event by clicking HERE.
Classes will begin at 9:00 a.m. and are free, but $10 donations are suggested (any amount will be accepted) for Team Madison on behalf of the Alzheimer's Association.
We are also planning a dinner (meet & greet) with Crystal on Friday night. Dinner will be the responsibility of each person but there is no charge for meeting Crystal. Special thank you to Shane & Melanie Elmore for donating the space for this event.
To get more information on this event, contact Suzan Nunn at 270-779-6421 or message Southern Mama Fitness or Suzan Raymer Nunn on Facebook.
What Is "Team Madison," And Why Should I Help?
Team Madison joined the SouthCentral Kentucky Walk to End Alzheimer’s in early 2012 as a friends and family team working for a cure. When our team was formed, our sister and aunt, Doris Jean Madison Ashley was in the last stages of Alzheimer’s and passed shortly before the Walk. At the time of her death, her brother, James Kenneth “Jimmy” Madison was being treated for Alzheimer’s and is now in the last stages. Their sister, Carlene Helson, has also been diagnosed.
In 2014, Team Madison was the top friends and family fundraising team at the Southcentral Kentucky walk with almost every member of our team being touched by this terrible disease. Consistently mostly of Edmonson County residents, Team Madison works hard to raise funds and bring awareness to the physical, mental and financial devastation Alzheimer’s Disease has on the individual, the families and the caregivers. In 2014, we met and surpassed our goal by raising $2,775.00.
More than five million Americans are currently living with this disease and approximately 500,000 people die each year - there is no cure. It is the 6th leading cause of death in the United States. This year’s walk is September 19, 2015 at Circus Square Park in Bowling Green, Kentucky. For more information about support groups, the signs of Alzheimer’s or to join Team Madison, visit act.alz.org/scky (From Paula Madison-Hayes)