Powerhouse Gym general manager and 12-year breast cancer survivor Terri Reiff stands on one of the gym's three pink treadmills. For every mile walked on the special treadmills by the end of September, the gym will donate 10 cents to help local breast cancer organizations and patients.
Powerhouse Gym general manager and 12-year breast cancer survivor Terri Reiff stands on one of the gym's three pink treadmills. For every mile walked on the special treadmills by the end of September, the gym will donate 10 cents to help local breast cancer organizations and patients. Sarah Welliver/The Island Packet
Powerhouse Gym general manager and 12-year breast cancer survivor Terri Reiff stands on one of the gym's three pink treadmills. For every mile walked on the special treadmills by the end of September, the gym will donate 10 cents to help local breast cancer organizations and patients. Sarah Welliver/The Island Packet

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