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Park district ramps up for fall volleyball, fitness and more          Send a link to a friend

From Roy Logan, program coordinator

[September 13, 2007]  Bump, set, spike! It is volleyball time again. We are now accepting registrations for the fall session. Get your rosters at the front desk and get your friends on the team. We'll play on Tuesday evenings in the Sports Center. Sponsor fees are $135 for 10 weeks; if you have a membership, there are no player fees. We encourage you to put a team together and enjoy this great sport. We'll need everything back in by Sunday. Play will begin the first Tuesday in October.

Something we are interested in doing is starting a dodge ball league. This isn't the same game we played in junior high, in the sense that the ball structure has been changed. Leagues now use a rubber-coated "nerf"-type ball and for the most part are stingless. We would play in the evenings and teams would be coed. Call Roy at 732-8770 if you are interested. We'll schedule a meeting time after that to work out the details.

The Staying Alive Challenge is still going on. Eaton's Movers & Shakers team won the first quarter, and Park Walkers took first place in the second quarter. Drop off your score sheets at the front desk at Lincoln Park District. September's challenges include attending an aerobics class, picking up a vial for life or updating your information at the Logan County Health Department or ALMH. Just remember, we are on the home stretch of our yearlong challenge. Let's see how many we can keep committed to our December wrap-up.

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Personal trainer Stephanie Winter is offering her services in a two-for-one special. Team up with your spouse or a friend and you both receive one-hour instruction for the price of just one person! Various packages are available. This offer is good for sessions paid for before Sept. 30. Stephanie can be reached at the park district.

As the days shorten and our focus moves indoors, it may be time to change your exercise routines. For just $50 you can get three months of unlimited group exercise classes. These classes meet mornings and evenings Monday through Friday and on Saturday morning as well. Watch this column because in October we'll be offering something entirely new, "Ageless Aerobics."

[Text from file received from Roy Logan, program coordinator, Lincoln Park District]

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