BIGGEST Loser champion Margie Cummins will be in Singleton on August 25 with two very big appointments.
She will kick-start the day with a boot camp and end the evening sharing her words of wisdom with revellers at the Soft Cogs Ball at Baroona. Proceeds from both events will support multiple sclerosis.
Margie inspired the athlete in us all when she ran, jumped and cried her way through the gruelling Biggest Loser campaign last year.
The 34-year-old dropped 73.2 kilograms while taking part in the 2012 Biggest Loser and has managed to maintain a healthy lifestyle and has really turned her life around.
Anyone wanting to attend the boot camp must pre-register.
The cost is $25 per person to participate or watch and all monies raised will be donated to the Soft Cogs cause.
Bookings for the boot camp are essential and can be made by calling Bronwyn Shumack on 0427 429 779.
Meanwhile tickets for the ball at Baroona that night are also available by visiting the Soft-Cogs website www.soft-cogs.com
Soft-Cogs is a bicycle riding group consisting of 250 active and social members.
The group was formed about six years ago and each year takes part in the Sydney to Gong 90km ride that supports multiple sclerosis support and research.
Since forming in 2006 the group has raised $575,000 for the cause.
SWEAT WITH MARGIE: Margie Cummins will hold a boot camp to raise money for multiple sclerosis.