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PPF Crossfit holds autism research fundraiser Oct. 6
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CUMMING, Ga. — Whether you're in shape or need to get in shape, PPF Crossfit can help. In turn, you can help them raise money to find a cure for autism.
PPF, 1710 Redi Road in Cumming, will hold a Crossfit for a Cause fundraiser event for Talk About Curing Autism (TACA) Georgia on Oct. 6.
Rebecca Labell, of PPF Crossfit, said they have special needs classes throughout the week and wanted to find a way to give to the charity.
"We'll have male and female teams compete for overall first, second, and third place winnings," Labell said.
"There will be three workouts of the day, and the top teams will advance to the next workout of the day based on their performance," she said.
Labell said teams will pay $40 to compete and all proceeds will go to TACA.
"You don't have to be an advanced athlete to participate," Labell said. "What's important is to get people to participate at any level to help raise money for the cause."
She said local businesses will take a part in the event also.
"We'd love to have as many people and businesses involved as possible," she said.
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