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Free Fitness Classes for Seniors Weekly at The ROC

At this time, the Sulphur Springs Senior Citizens Center is not hosting fitness classes for Srs, however, The ROC center of First Baptist Church has stepped up to help. Now there are classes 5 mornings per week, and all classes are FREE to senior citizens. Masks must be worn by all who attend!

Here is the schedule, according to Karon Weatherman:

“Fit and Strong”  is starting back on Tuesday, November 3rd.
Classes will be held on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays at 9:30 AM.    John Little will be back as the Instructor for this class. 
You will need to WEAR A MASK while you are attending the class. 

You can also take advantage of the Tai Ji Quan class that we moved to the ROC a month ago.   That balance class meets on Mondays and Thursdays at 11:00 AM.   Karen Moseley is the Certified Instructor for that class. 

Both of the Class are FREE.  These are two ways that you can get out, get some exercise and see your friends. If you have your weights, exercise balls or stretchy bands stored here at the Senior Citizens Center, please feel free to come and get them. Just please wear your mask while you are in the building. 

The Seniors Center really appreciates the First Baptist Church and Jody Pair for opening up the  ROC for us to use. 

Author: Enola Gay

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