Alice Kurtz, Gardner, cuddles a baby chick between chemo sessions. Alice's Army, a group of friends and family, is hosting a boot camp this weekend to raise funds to help with Alice's ongoing breast cancer treatments. Submitted photo


Boot camp and army go hand-in-hand, but when   Alice’s Army rallies this weekend, there’s more likely to be filled with fun and laughter than drill sergeants.
Alice Kurtz, Gardner, was diagnosed with breast cancer in February. A group of

Some members of Alice's Army, Alice's co-workers at KGP, pose at the Sprint building at New Century. Alice's Army will host a bootcamp to raise money to help with Alice's ongoing cancer treatments on June 9. Submitted photo


family and friends, Alice’s Army, are hosting a boot camp event to raise money June 9 to help with Alice’s fight.
Alice’s Army Bootcamp will be at 9 a.m. to 10 a.m. at New Life Church in Gardner.
Trainer Cory Adams of Legacy Fitness promises participants a good time and a fun workout.
“The workouts will be for all fitness levels,” Adams said.
They will be motivating, encouraging and a team workout.
No advance sign-up is required. A $10 suggested donation can be paid at the door on Saturday morning.
And they’ll help raise funds for a good cause – to help the Kurtz family fund ongoing cancer treatments.
For more information about Alice’s cancer fight, visit Kurtz’s caringbridge website.  For information about Saturday’s boot camp, visit the event page for “Alice’s Army Boot Camp” on Facebook.