Mission athlete Liz Janze is in town Sunday to host a hot dog sale. She is trying to raise funds to pursue a spot on the national bobsleigh team.

Hot dog sale set to help bobsleigh hopeful

Liz Janze will be back in Mission and is trying to raise funds to help her train for the national team.

National bobsleigh team hopeful Liz Janze will be back in Mission.

The local athlete will be holding a hot dog fundraiser on Sunday afternoon.

The event will be set up outside of Fraser Valley Ace hardware.

She is beginning a movement called From Mission on a Mission to inspire local youth and engage community groups about becoming a high performance athlete and to raise funds for her training.

“Sponsorship is important because it helps me achieve my goal,” said Janze, acknowledging the support she has already receive from the Mission community to get to where she is today.

She plans to promote herself by interacting with the community and to explain her goals in person.

Janze recently teamed up with BlackPress4Good.com to raise awareness and funds.

For more information about Janze, to view her video, or to support her mission, visit http://fnd.us/c/ena70.

 

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