Venita's Kilimanjaro Project - When I climb we all climb!
I am just One...But We are 7 Women Strong.
We are not stopping for HIV, Breast Cancer, Rheumatoid Arthritis, Ovarian Cancer,  Substance Abuse , Obesity, Menopause, or Middle Age.
Climbing Mt. Kilimanjaro is a physical representation of the struggles and triumphs we have all overcome to get to this point in our lives. We have all taken the power back in our lives by changing our health and mental focus. Join us on this transformational journey to the top. We will train and climb together.  Mt. Kilimanjaro is approximately 19,341 feet above sea level, the highest freestanding mountain, the 4th most prominent mountain in the world, and Africa's tallest mountain.
 
 September 12-17th, 2011           Mount Kilimanjaro                           Tanzania, Africa
Meet Shana Ross and the Mt. Kilimanjaro Climbers.
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We Choose To Climb
Mt Kilimanjaro looms 19,340 feet above Tanzania and in September 2011, a group of baby boomer women from Houston, Texas will attempt to take the summit. This is not your average group of women. Each o...
Mt Kilimanjaro looms 19,340 feet above Tanzania and in September 2011, a group of baby boomer women from Houston, Texas will attempt to take the summit. This is not your average group of women. Each of them have faced major life challenges and many continue with their battles against ovarian and breast cancer, as well as HIV and rheumatoid arthritis. Their stories will be chronicled in the upcoming book "We Choose to Climb" written by fitness/lifestyle expert Shana Ross, founder of Shana Ross Fitness in Houston, Texas. These are stories of tragedy and triumph, recovery and reinvention. The video shown above is a brief account of the project and these brilliant women and their journey.For information on Project Kilimanjaro and all of the climbers visit wechoosetoclimb.com.
 
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