Langley’s 2017 Total Makeover Challenge finalists, clockwise from top left: Bonnie Blanchard, Charlene Delmaestro, Erin Schwaiger, Tina Toal, Taryn Marcotte and Tammy Floyd.                                Submitted photos by Tarra Lee Photography

Langley’s 2017 Total Makeover Challenge finalists, clockwise from top left: Bonnie Blanchard, Charlene Delmaestro, Erin Schwaiger, Tina Toal, Taryn Marcotte and Tammy Floyd. Submitted photos by Tarra Lee Photography

Meet your Total Makeover Challenge Top 5 (plus wildcard)

Just six out of 30 Langley women remain in wellness contest

After four months of rigorous fitness training, weight-loss coaching, financial makeovers, organization seminars, business seminars and personal-growth classes, six women have made it to the final round of the Total Makeover Challenge.

The Top 5 contestants (plus one wildcard) Tina Toal, Erin Schwaiger, Tammy Floyd, Taryn Marcotte, Charlene Delmaestro and Bonnie Blanchard have just one event left before determining the winner, who will receive a getaway trip for two, hair, makeup and nails package, photography package and more.

Hosted by Shape Your World Society, the Total Makeover Challenge is a four-month development journey that gives 30 women the opportunity to improve their health, fitness and self-confidence in a dramatic way.

The six women who have made it into the last round have all seen significant results so far.

Toal has lost 33.2 pounds and 18.25 inches since starting her journey in January; Schwaiger has lost 34.8 pounds and 32 inches; Floyd has lost 18.2 pounds and 13 inches; Marcotte has lost 49.6 pounds and 31.25 inches; Delmaestro has lost 35.8 pounds and 28.75 inches; and Blanchard has lost 25.6 pounds and 9.5 inches.

In their last push to the final round, the ladies now need support from the community. An online public voting period begins today (May 5) at 3 p.m. and runs until Thursday, May 11 at noon to help determine the winner.

Vote for the top challenger at langleytimes.com/contests.

The final contestant will be announced during the Shape Your Vogue event on Tuesday, May 16 at the Phoenix Ballroom. Tickets are $15 and include one drink. To purchase, call Anita at 778-903-1411.

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