Thursday March 1, 2018

Introducing our Team Myles Representative

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We are excited to introduce to you, our Team Myles representative for the 2018 Scotiabank Blue Nose Marathon.  Team Myles is an ambassador program within the Blue Nose Marathon that encourages those looking to make a lifestyle change to participate, providing them with the tools and encouragement they need to succeed in their fitness goals.

 About our Team Myles Representative

Name: Nola Hines

Occupation: Paralegal, BOYNECLARKE LLP

What made you decide to join Team Myles? I joined Team Myles because I wanted to pursue a more active lifestyle.  The Team Myles program provides me with all the support I need to succeed in my goals.

What are your personal goals? To complete the program and cross the finish line at the end of the race.  I would also like to do the GoodLife FITNESS 10KM.

How are you feeling? Very excited and a little nervous. 

Follow Nola’s full journey on the official Team Myles website.

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