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From Roy Logan, program coordinator

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[March 04, 2010]  The Lincoln Park District's March membership promotion involves anyone joining or renewing their Sports Center membership at the circuit or full-access levels. Members will be entered into a drawing for a free personal training session. Brian Lechleiter is a certified personal trainer available to help. Your 30-minute session will include tips on correct form and knowledge of your workout routine. Focus will be on balancing a blend of cardiovascular and weight lifting tailored to your fitness goals. Some restrictions may apply.

The park district has lots of Easter fun to offer. On Saturday, March 20, wear your messy play clothes to decorate bunny cakes and make Easter-themed Rice Krispies treats. Each young person will take home an Easter basket full of great snacks that can be shared with their families. The park district is accepting registrations from area fourth- and fifth-graders. You must preregister in order that there will be adequate supplies. Class size will be limited to the first 12 participants. Due to the generosity of the Lincoln Kroger store, the cost for this class is greatly reduced.

Just a reminder: The park district's annual Easter egg hunt will be on Saturday, April 3.  Join us starting at 10 a.m. on the driving range. This free event is sponsored by Maple Ridge Care Centre, the Lincoln Kiwanis and

Lincoln Park District is looking for people interested in starting a pickle ball league.  Pickle ball is similar to badminton but played on a smaller-scaled tennis court. The game uses a unique combination of pingpong, badminton and tennis skills. Generally played as doubles, with two people per side of the court, it is quick action, light exercise and a lot of fun. Interested players should call Tillie Griffin at 732-8046 or Roy at 732-8770.

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

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