Owner Joe Luther says the event will benefit Alzheimer’s research.
By Jacob Engels
Joe Luther, Avalon Park resident and owner of several Central Florida Anytime Fitness gyms, has announced that his newest location on East Colonial by the 408, will hold a first annual Father’s Day Pancake Breakfast.
“This is about celebrating all the wonderful Dads out there and working towards finding a cure for Alzheimer’s. Our hope is that people donate to help a great cause. Money raised will benefit the Alzheimer’s Association and our member Bruce Adams, who is currently fighting the disease,” Luther told us by phone.
Attendees are asked to donate $5 per person and will in turn receive a sizable helping of whole wheat pancakes.
“We will also have membership specials and several of our personal trainers and instructors on site to help Dad set his fitness goals for 2015. Bruce has inspired us all, and we want to share that inspiration with the community.”
The event will take place on Saturday at 12231 East Colonial Drive from 9am to 10am.
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