Kandis Lacroix, left, Felicia Denton and Stacey Michaud get advice from “Cousin Eddie” during the “Bombers and Bathrobes Fitness Class” at WolfPack Fitness in Auburn on Sunday. Luke Robinson (AKA Cousin Eddie) held the class and donated half of the class admission for those that dressed up to Honor Flight and to the Trinity Jubilee Center. The day’s theme was to dress like “Cousin Eddie” from the movie National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation. “I love when people play as adults,” said Robinson. “The more that come out to play, the more I get to donate.” Daryn Slover/Sun Journal Buy this Photo

Kevin Michaud of Hebron helps Nicole Dube of Saco during the “Bombers and Bathrobes Fitness Class” at WolfPack Fitness in Auburn on Sunday. WolfPack owner Luke Robinson held the class and donated half of the class admission for those that dressed up to Honor Flight and to the Trinity Jubilee Center. The day’s theme was to dress like “Cousin Eddie” from the movie National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation. “I love when people play as adults,” said Robinson. “The more that come out to play, the more I get to donate.” Daryn Slover/Sun Journal Buy this Photo

Mike Courtemanche, left, of Lewiston, Kevin Michaud of Hebron Norma Girardin of Lewiston and Dan Morris of Auburn lift weights during the “Bombers and Bathrobes Fitness Class” at WolfPack Fitness in Auburn on Sunday. WolfPack owner Luke Robinson held the class and donated half of the class admission for those that dressed up to Honor Flight and to the Trinity Jubilee Center. The day’s theme was to dress like “Cousin Eddie” from the movie National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation. “I love when people play as adults,” said Robinson. “The more that come out to play, the more I get to donate.” Daryn Slover/Sun Journal Buy this Photo

Felicia Denton, left, of Saco, Luke Robinson of Auburn, Stacey Michaud of Hebron, Heather Nailor of Auburn, Nicole Dube of Saco and Kathy Macvane of Portland chat during the “Bombers and Bathrobes Fitness Class” at WolfPack Fitness in Auburn on Sunday. Robinson, WolfPack owner, held the class and donated half of the class admission for those that dressed up to Honor Flight and to the Trinity Jubilee Center. The day’s theme was to dress like “Cousin Eddie” from the movie National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation. “I love when people play as adults,” said Robinson. “The more that come out to play, the more I get to donate.” Daryn Slover/Sun Journal Buy this Photo


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