Spin for JA 2019:
In 2020, Spin for JA will be back!
Never tried indoor cycling? Junior Achievement is giving you the opportunity to throw on your spandex and join in on the fun with well known Equinox instructor, Ali Baldassare. Get excited to ride, sweat, and smile while the music blasts and the lights flash!
After the class join us for some appetizers and drinks at Brandy Pete's down the street.
Limited Tickets: 40 Bikes (If you can't attend you can sponsor a rider)
Date: January 2020
Location: Equinox, 225 Franklin Street, Boston, MA 02110
- 3:40 PM Check-In (lockers will be provided)
- 4:00 PM Spin Class Starts (Spin room located on bottom floor)
- 5:00 PM Class ends
- 5-7:00 PM Drinks and Appetizers at Brandy Pete's
If you create a fundraising page your name will be entered into a raffle to win a pair of New Balance Sneakers. The top 5 fundraisers will receive prime bike location, a t-shirt and water bottle!
About JA (Junior Achievement)
Junior Achievement's Purpose is to inspire and prepare young people to succeed in a global economy.
JA of Northern New England's volunteer-delivered, kindergarten-12th grade programs foster career readiness, entrepreneurship and personal finance skills, and use experiential learning to inspire students in our community to dream big and reach their potential.
JA helps students realize that the education they are getting today will help them to have a bright future tomorrow. JA's unique, volunteer delivered programs, show them all of the possibilities that lay before them. They realize they can choose different paths; College? A specific trade? Start their own business?
To learn more about JA or volunteering please visit our website: www.janewengland.org
- 1 Robert Coly $525.00 raised
- 2 Javier Torres $390.00 raised
- 3 Andrew Malachowski $375.00 raised
- 4 Christy Loy $310.00 raised
- 5 Foster Jondro $285.00 raised
- 6 Brigette Felago $195.00 raised
- 7 Samara Laliberte $185.00 raised
- 8 Christie M Ryder $170.00 raised
- 9 Glenn Ricciardelli $150.00 raised
- 10 Rick Tyson $100.00 raised