MHS Autism Awareness Club Presents: "The Awareness Cycle"
Friday, February 7, 2014 from 6:15 PM to 7:45 PM (EST)
Short Hills, NJ
San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Questions? Please feel free to contact Julia Truitt (Club President and Founder): firstname.lastname@example.org
Price includes class, shoes and instruction, water and pizza (after cycling!)
Event begins promptly at 6:30 pm. Please arrive 15 minutes early.
The cycle class will last 45 minutes (6:30 - 7:15 pm) followed by pizza!
All riders new to SoulCycle are requested to visit www.soul-cycle.com to create an online account prior to the ride.
Walk-ins are welcome, but please arrive early enough to fill out papers before the ride. Filing out the forms (see above) in advance is recommended for riders new to SoulCycle.
Riders under the age of 18 will need to need to have the Minor New Rider Waiver Form filled out and signed by a parent/legal guardian prior to the ride. Please contact Julia Truitt at the email address above, and she will email this form to you if needed.
All funds raised will benefit the MHS Autism Awareness Club.
This event is generously sponsored by SoulCycle Short Hills. The SoulCycle method is a full-body cardio cycling workout that incorporates upper body and core exercises with weights all set to inspiring music. Guaranteed to change your body!
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The Millburn High School Autism Awareness Club
The Autism Awareness Club, formed in 2012, spreads awareness of autism to our school and community along with the message of compassion, understanding, acceptance and inclusion. The club also participates in fundraising for Autism Speaks, the world's largest advocacy and science organization. Current club events include bake sales, raffles, walking in the annual Walk for Autism Speaks and organizing the annual Dance-a-thon. Each April, the club participates in Autism Awareness Month by decorating the school hallways in blue, handing out blue light bulbs for the international Light it up Blue initiative and spearheading the efforts to have April proclaimed as Autism Awareness Month in Millburn Township.