Shoshana Litvack is ramping up her fundraising efforts.

Fitness-class donations to benefit lung association

South Surrey's Shoshana Litvack is ramping up her fundraising efforts

As she approaches the halfway point of her fundraising efforts, legally-blind runner Shoshana Litvack is ramping up her efforts.

The Semiahmoo Peninsula resident has partnered with Barre Fitness South Surrey (30-2443 161A St.), and beginning July 3, all proceeds from Sunday by-donation introductory classes will be donated to the BC Lung Association.

Since the start of the year, Litvack has been running daily, donating money and collecting pledges for the lung association.

Her goal, she said, is to surpass a $5,000 target by the end of July.

For more on Barre Fitness South Surrey, visit

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