[The Brazil Times nameplate] Fair ~ 23°F  
High: 37°F
Tuesday, Jan. 27, 2015

Area lodge sets up 'Cancer Challenge'

Sunday, October 16, 2011

(Photo)
Brazil Elks Lodge 762 members Tyler Fischer (left) and Neil Brown are competing against each other in a Cancer Challenge the lodge has put together.
Brazil Elks Lodge 762 is having a Cancer Challenge Sunday, Oct. 23, at 10 a.m., at the Brazil Armory and the Forest Park walking track. The physical training competition will benefit American Cancer research.

The two men competing in the challenge are Brazil Elks Lodge members Tyler Fischer and Neil Brown.

"My family and so many other people in the community have been affected by cancer, and this is a great way for the Elks to come together and raise money to help fight cancer," Fischer said.

Points will be awarded in each event including maximum push-ups in two minutes, maximum sit-ups in two minutes and a two-mile run.

"There really won't be a winner between the two of us, American Cancer Society is going to be the winner," Brown said. "Anytime you can raise money for a great cause like the American Cancer Society, you want to take that opportunity and do what you can."

The men are asking community members to make pledges as donations for this fundraiser.

For pledging information, contact the Brazil Elks at 448-8665.


Comments
Note: The nature of the Internet makes it impractical for our staff to review every comment. If you feel that a comment is offensive, please Login or Create an account first, and then you will be able to flag a comment as objectionable. Please also note that those who post comments on thebraziltimes.com may do so using a screen name, which may or may not reflect a website user's actual name. Readers should be careful not to assign comments to real people who may have names similar to screen names. Refrain from obscenity in your comments, and to keep discussions civil, don't say anything in a way your grandmother would be ashamed to read.

Way to go!! keep up the good work. It is good to see that people still care.

-- Posted by xray on Tue, Oct 18, 2011, at 10:32 PM


Respond to this story

Posting a comment requires free registration. If you already have an account on this site, enter your username and password below. Otherwise, click here to register.

Username:

Password:  (Forgot your password?)

Your comments:
Please be respectful of others and try to stay on topic.