High Fives builds on the success of the City of Reno’s Fit But Not Forgotten Veteran fitness program and the Military to the Mountains partnership!

The High Fives Foundation would like to thank the City of Reno and everyone at the Evelyn Mount Northeast Community Center for their continued support in our mission. High Fives recently donated $4,000 to replace flooring in the Gold Hill room at the Evelyn Mount Northeast Community Center. Replacing the carpet with vinyl planks allows the room to be used for yoga classes geared toward disabled Veterans.

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#HighFivesAthlete Lyndsay Slocumb recently hosted a short adaptive yoga class in the Gold Hill room!

#HighFivesAthletes Tina Lemus, Trey Humphrey, & Steve Wallace, along with community members, participated in the class. View the 100% shot on GoPro Quik video below.

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