Resident recognized for healthy living

Daily use of Finlayson Park fitness equipment benefit physical and mental health.

  • Nov. 26, 2014 11:00 a.m.
Sicamous Mayor Darrell Trouton presents resident Cynthia Rokosh Rabbitt with an award recognizing her dedication to health and fitness. Rokosh has used the exercise equipment for two-hours a day, almost every day since it was installed in Finlayson Park. Diagnosed with cancer in 2005, Rabbitt says the outdoor workouts have helped boost her immune system and mental health.

Sicamous Mayor Darrell Trouton presents resident Cynthia Rokosh Rabbitt with an award recognizing her dedication to health and fitness. Rokosh has used the exercise equipment for two-hours a day, almost every day since it was installed in Finlayson Park. Diagnosed with cancer in 2005, Rabbitt says the outdoor workouts have helped boost her immune system and mental health.

 

Sicamous Mayor Darrell Trouton presents resident Cynthia Rokosh Rabbitt with an award recognizing her dedication to health and fitness. Rokosh has used the exercise equipment for two-hours a day, almost every day since it was installed in Finlayson Park. Diagnosed with cancer in 2005, Rabbitt says the outdoor workouts have helped boost her immune system and mental health.

 

 

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