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South YMCA

Staff report
CHINA GROVE ó Interested in new class offerings at the J. Fred Corriher Jr. YMCA?
Then check out the free Massive Court Combo set for 6-8 p.m. Monday at the South Y, 950 Kimball Road. The event is open to members and non-members alike.
“The Massive Court Combo is like ordering a sampler plate at your favorite restaurant,” says Jenny Buchanan, aerobic coordinator, who’s heading up the event. “You get the opportunity to try out everything and if you don’t like it, it’s only 10 minutes. If you do like it, you can come back for the full class at a later date.”
New classes at the South Y which are part of the combo include Kettlebell Pump, Senior Yoga and Les Mills Body Combat.
The first 50 guests will receive free YMCA water bottles. There will also be refreshments and door prizes.
Buchanan says the court combo will be held quarterly.For more information about Monday’s Massive Court Combo, call Jenny Buchanan at 704-857-7011.

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