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Thursday August 21st, 2014

Posted at 11:49am

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Windsor could be the new record holder for the most jumping jacks in one spot if enough people register to take part this September.

The Heart & Stroke foundation is hoping to pack Caesars Windsor’s ballroom with more than 1254 people on Sunday September 14th and organizer Rochelle Stachurski hopes for a lot more.

“The current record is 1254 people,” she said. “We will need 1255 people but we are hoping for 1500 people.”

If enough people participate, the Guinness Record could be broken here in Windsor.

If you’re interested in taking part, it costs $5 to register — your money goes to support research and other services the Heart & Stroke Foundation provides.

“We are hoping to get the conversation started around heart health. It is never too late to make positive lifestyle changes; we are looking forward to a successful event,” says Stachurski.

Find out more at www.fitforheart.ca/windsor.

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