Langley’s Top 15 competitors in the Total Makeover Challenge. Submitted photo

Total Makeover Challenge — meet the Top 15

Voting for the Top 5 in Langley takes place April 5 at 3 p.m. to April 11 at noon

Fifteen women in Langley have made it to the next round of the 2018 Total Makeover Challenge.

Daynna Amskold, Pam Bilusack, Staci Bryant, Diana Campoli, Grace Cannon, Savona Clark, Jessica Davis, Alexis Ellis, Tamaka Fisher, Cathy Hebert, Carol Koebel, Bernadette Saville, Tara Sutherland, Lisa Wall and Jennifer Wettlaufer will move on to compete in the second segment of the challenge.

They are joined by wildcard contestants Liz Davis, Kathleen Enders, Mikaela Harvey, Carmen Valentic Joly and Chantal Lavalle.

READ MORE: Taking back power — Total Makeover Challenge returns to Langley

The Total Makeover Challenge — hosted by Shape Your World Society in Langley, Abbotsford, Chilliwack and Vancouver — gives 30 women in each city the opportunity to improve their health, fitness and self-confidence through free workout classes, financial seminars, personal growth sessions and more.

The Top 15 were announced on March 3 following an Amazing Race challenge in Douglas Park. For six weeks the remaining women will compete in team building and fundraising challenges.

Voting for the Top 5 is from April 5 at 3 p.m. to April 11 at noon and can be done online at

A cocktail party announcing the Top 5 and one wildcard will take place Tuesday, April 17.

READ MORE: Total Makeover Challenge — meet the Top 30

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