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contents ON THE COVER Teen Scene................................................... 7 Member Appreciation Day............................ 6 Laffalot Spring Break Camp.......................... 7 What to do Until Help Arrives....................... 8

INFANTS & TODDLERS SWIM ACADEMY Lessons.................................................. 3 SPORTS Gymnastics.......................................... 15

PRESCHOOL (3-4 years) SWIM ACADEMY Lessons.................................................. 3 CAMPS Parents’ Night Out................................. 6 ENRICHMENT School of Rock Little Wings.................... 8 SPORTS Gymnastics.......................................... 15

YOUTH (5-12 years) SWIM ACADEMY Lessons.................................................. 3 CAMPS Parent’s Night Out................................. 6 Chess Club............................................. 6 School’s Out Fun Days............................ 7 Snow Day Registration.......................... 7 Laffalot Spring Break Camp................... 7 ENRICHMENT Pirate vs. Ninja Party Spotlight – Ad . ... 8 School of Rock Little Wings.................... 8

FITNESS/HEALTH Parent & Youth Workout Time.............. 11 Youth Cross Training............................ 11 Teen GRIT............................................ 11 Hula Hoop Classes............................... 12 SPORTS Gymnastics.......................................... 16 Martial Arts......................................... 17 Volleyball............................................ 17

TEEN (13-17 years) SWIM ACADEMY Lessons.................................................. 3 CAMPS Chess Club............................................. 8 ENRICHMENT Teen Scene: Underwater Photography....7 Tower Garden........................................ 9 FITNESS/HEALTH Assessments & Screenings................... 10 Nutrition............................................. 11 Parent & Youth Workout Time.............. 11 Youth Cross Training............................ 11 Teen GRIT............................................ 11 Build It! Teen....................................... 11 Hula Hoop Classes............................... 12 Group Exercise Schedule...................... 13 Personal Training................................. 14 Warm Water Aquatic Training.............. 14 SPORTS Gymnastics.......................................... 16 Martial Arts......................................... 17 Running 101........................................ 17

ADULT (18+ years) SWIM ACADEMY Lessons.................................................. 5 Masters Swimming............................... 5

registration Mason Community Center Walk-in, online at www.imaginemason.org, or by phone at 513.229.8555 Registration Begins Premier members Open

ALL PROGRAMS

AQUATICS

January 24, 8 a.m. January 27, 8 a.m.

January 31, 8 a.m. February 3, 8 a.m.

Varies – see listings

February 14

Registration Closes

New to Community Center programs? Please obtain your user name and password from Member Services before registering online. ON THE COVER: Teens – compose your own underwater photo setup! See page 7.

ENRICHMENT Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome....................... 8 Evening with the Experts....................... 8 CPR/AED................................................ 9 Basic Life Support for Healthcare   Providers............................................. 9 Tower Garden........................................ 9 Technology............................................ 9 FITNESS/HEALTH Assessments & Screenings................... 10 National Breakfast Month................... 10 In Love with Chocolate........................ 10 Meet Your Nutritional Goals................. 11 6-Day Sweat........................................ 12 Hula Hoop Classes............................... 12 Couples Candlelight Yoga.................... 12 Private Group Exercise Classes............. 12 Bodies in Balance................................ 12 Sweat with your Sweetheart – Ad ...... 12 Group Exercise Schedule...................... 13 Personal Training................................. 14 Warm Water Aquatic Training.............. 14 SPORTS Men’s Adult Basketball League............ 15 Martial Arts......................................... 17 Running 101........................................ 17 Youth Volleyball Coaches..................... 17

FAMILY SPECIAL EVENTS New Resident Coffee............................. 6 Member Appreciation Day..................... 6 Shoot for Premier – Ad.......................... 6 Race to Anyplace................................. 18 FITNESS/HEALTH American Heart Month........................ 10 Grocery Store Scavenger Hunt............. 10 Group Exercise Schedule...................... 13 SPORTS Martial Arts......................................... 17

The programs and events in CenterPoint are brought to you by the City of Mason, which operates the Mason Community Center. Mason Community Center 6050 Mason-Montgomery Road Mason, Ohio 45040 p 513.229.8555  f 513.229.8556 Recreation programs and facilities presented by the City of Mason are open to all citizens regardless of race, gender, color, religion, nationality, or disability, including those who live outside of Mason and those who do not have a community center membership. City of Mason is an Equal Opportunity Employer and is committed to supporting the Americans with Disabilities Act. Please contact us if you require special accommodations.

PROGRAM FEES

Program fees are set by membership and residency: PRE: Premier pass holder BAS: Basic pass holder MR: Mason resident (if you reside within the boundaries of the City of Mason) NR: Non-resident


Level 1 powered by Group swim lessons are for children 3 to 17 years old. Adults interested in swim lessons are invited to register for adult group, private, and semi-private lessons. All lessons are held in the Leisure Pool unless otherwise noted.

Prerequisite: Three years old and comfortable in the group class setting without a parent. Working with the coach, your child will learn to put his or her face in the water and blow bubbles. Students will advance to the next level when they can do ten relaxed bobs. To participate in this class, your child must be comfortable in the group class setting without a parent. If you register and the first class is difficult, we will transfer your enrollment to a Mason Swim Academy Level 1 w/Parent class. Activity number: 252321 Fee (PRE/BAS/MR/NR): $51 /$60 /$75 /$90

Registration Deadline

Not Sure What Level?

Pleaser register your child by February 14. We regret that we may be unable to adjust schedules to accommodate late registrations.

New swimmers or swimmers who have not taken lessons for the past two sessions: Please call 513.229.8555, extension 5510 to make an appointment for a free evaluation and placement session before registering. All new swimmers must participate in a free evaluation and placement session before registering above Level 1.

Infant Water Safety The goal of this private, one-on-one lesson is to promote a positive response to the water environment and teach your 6- to 24-month old baby to float on his or her back and get a breath of air. The emphasis is on water adaptation and training children to react in a constructive manner should they find themselves in water accidentally. A coach will work with your child in the water. PLEASE NOTE: Completion of this class does not mean your child is water-safe. Adult supervision is still required whenever you child is around water. Completing this class may, however, provide you with some extra moments should an accident occur. Fee (PRE/BAS/MR/NR): $90 /$106 /$131 /$156 Please call 513.229.8555, extension 5510 to schedule your class.

Swim Tots

Level 2 Prerequisite: Have a Mason Swim Academy Level 1 certificate or have the ability to do ten relaxed bobs while blowing bubbles with the mouth and nose. Your child will learn to glide on front and back in a streamline position. Students will advance when they can push off the wall and glide on their front and back for five seconds in a streamline position. Activity number: 252322 Fee (PRE/BAS/MR/NR): $51 /$60 /$75 /$90

Level 3

In this parent-assisted class, your 6 to 36- month old child will become acclimated to the aquatic environment. Children in diapers must wear swim diapers or securely fitted pants. Please come prepared to accompany your child in the water.

Prerequisite: Have a Mason Swim Academy Level 2 certificate or have the ability to do 10 relaxed bobs and push off the wall and glide on front and back for five seconds in a streamline position. Your child will be introduced to streamline kicking on front and back. Students will advance when they can streamline kick on their front and back for 15 feet.

Activity number: 252312 Fee (PRE/BAS/MR/NR): $46 /$55 /$69 /$83

Activity number: 252323 Fee (PRE/BAS/MR/NR): $51 /$60 /$75 /$90

Level 1 w/Parent Prerequisite: Three years old. Some children need a little extra reassurance when first introduced to swim lessons. This parent/child class will do just that. Working with the coach, you will assist your child in learning the Swim Academy Level 1 skills. With your help, your child will learn to put his or her face in the water and blow bubbles. The class is geared toward slowly acclimating your child to the aquatic environment without parental assistance. Please come prepared to accompany your child in the water. Activity number: 252320 Fee (PRE/BAS/MR/NR): $51 /$60 /$75 /$90

Level 4 Prerequisite: Have a Mason Swim Academy Level 3 certificate or have the ability to do 10 relaxed bobs, push off the wall and glide on front and back for 5 seconds, and streamline kick on front and back for 15 feet. Your child will begin side gliding and the front crawl stroke. Students will advance when they can side glide for 20 feet and front crawl with no breathing for 20 feet. Activity number: 252324 Fee (PRE/BAS/MR/NR): $51 /$60 /$75 /$90

Level 5/6 Prerequisite: Have a Mason Swim Academy Level 4 certificate or be able to do 10 relaxed bobs, push off the wall and glide on front and back for five seconds, streamline kick on front and back for 15 feet, side glide for 20 feet, and front crawl with side breathing for 20 feet. Your child will learn the freestyle stroke with rotary breathing and the back stroke. Students may advance to the Mason Swim Academy Stroke School when they can swim 25 yards of proper freestyle with rotary breathing and 25 yards of backstroke with ease. Activity number: 252325 Fee (PRE/BAS/MR/NR): $51 /$60 /$75 /$90

To register, see page 2.

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To register, you will need an activity number and section number. Activity numbers are assigned by the class level and are found in the class descriptions and in the activity tables below. Section numbers are associated with the day and time of the class and are in the section tables below. To register for Level 3 at 10 a.m. on Saturdays, for example, you would register for 252323 and section number 27. If signing your child up for multiple sessions, we recommend you choose classes on different days. Program Swim Tots Level 1 w/ Parent Level 1 Level 2

Day M M M M M M Tu Tu Tu Tu Tu Tu W W W W W W Th Th Th Th Th Th Sa Sa Sa Sa Sa

Date 2/24-4/7 2/24-4/7 2/24-4/7 2/24-4/7 2/24-4/7 2/24-4/7 2/25-4/8 2/25-4/8 2/25-4/8 2/25-4/8 2/25-4/8 2/25-4/8 2/26-4/9 2/26-4/9 2/26-4/9 2/26-4/9 2/26-4/9 2/26-4/9 2/27-4/10 2/27-4/10 2/27-4/10 2/27-4/10 2/27-4/10 2/27-4/10 3/1-4/12 3/1-4/12 3/1-4/12 3/1-4/12 3/1-4/12

Abbreviation Tots L1+ L1 L2

Time 9:30-10:00A 10:00-10:30A 10:30-11:00A 5:00-5:30P 5:30-6:00P 6:00-6:30P 12:45-1:15P 1:15-1:45P 1:45-2:15P 5:30-6:00P 6:00-6:30P 6:30-7:00P 9:30-10:00A 10:00-10:30A 10:30-11:00A 5:00-5:30P 5:30-6:00P 6:00-6:30P 12:45-1:15P 1:15-1:45P 1:45-2:15P 5:30-6:00P 6:00-6:30P 6:30-7:00P 9:00-9:30A 9:30-10:00A 10:00-10:30A 10:30-11:00A 11:00-11:30A

Activity Number 252312 252320 252321 252322

TOTS

L1+ 01

Program Level 3 Level 4 Level 5/6

Abbreviation L3 L4 L5/6

L1 01 02

L2 01 02

L3 01 02

L4 01 02

L5/6 01 02

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04 05 06 07 08 09 10 11 12 13 14

04 05 06 07 08 09 10 11 12 13 14

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16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28

16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28

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Stroke School

SwimFit

Leisure Pool

Leisure Pool

Prerequisite: Have a Mason Swim Academy Level 5/6 certificate or be able to complete 25 yards each of freestyle with rotary breathing and backstroke. Stroke school is for swimmers who intend to learn advanced elements and stroke efficiency in all four stroke types. The stroke school includes the skills taught in Levels 7 and 8 of the Mason Swim Academy.

Prerequisite: Able to complete 25 yards each of freestyle with rotary breathing, backstroke, breast stroke, and butterfly. After completing Stroke School, swimmers can move up to SwimFit, where the focus is on building the swimmer's strength and endurance in every stroke through drills, multiple laps, and on-deck coaching. SwimFit allows swimmers to get the feeling of being on a swim team without the competition. If a swimmer desires to be on a swim team like the Manta Rays Swim Team at Mason Community Center, SwimFit will provide a smooth transition.

Day Date Time M,W 2/24-4/9 6:30-7:15P *No Class 3/24 - 3/29

Age Deadline Fee (PRE/BAS/MR/NR) 3-17 2/14 $92 /$109 /$134 /$159

Activity 252326-01*

Day Date Time Tu,Th 2/25-4/10 4:45-5:30P *No Class 3/24 - 3/29

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Activity Number 252323 252324 252325

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PRE: Premier pass holder

Age Deadline Fee (PRE/BAS/MR/NR) 3-17 2/14 $90 /$109 /$134 /$159

BAS: Basic pass holder

MR: Mason resident

Activity 252327-01*

NR: Non-resident


Flexible Private and Semi-Private Swim Lessons

ADULT SWIM LESSONS

Adult Group Swim Lessons Leisure Pool Beginner adults with little or no experience in the water will work on various skills and techniques to achieve the goal of water acclimation. Day Date Time Age Deadline Fee (PRE/BAS/MR/NR) Beginner M 2/24-4/7 6:30-7:00P 19 & up 2/14 $51 /$60 /$75 /$90 Th 2/27-4/10 7:00-7:30P 19 & up 2/14 $51 /$60 /$75 /$90 Intermediate** M 2/24-4/7 7:00-7:30P 19 & up 2/14 $51 /$60 /$75 /$90 *No Class 3/24 - 3/29 **Participants must be comfortable with submerging and floating

Activity 252334-01 252334-02 252334-03

Private Swim Lessons We offer lessons for all ages and levels, from preschool to adult. Work one-on-one with a Mason Swim Academy Coach who will customize the lesson to suit your goals, whether you are looking for comfort in the water, improved stroke technique and endurance, or a supplement to the Mason Swim Academy group lessons.

Sunday Lesson Block The Sunday private lesson block includes four scheduled lessons with no make-ups or rescheduling. While we cannot guarantee the same coach for every lesson, there will always be a certified Swim America Coach available for your lesson. Time 10:00-10:30A 10:30-11:00A 11:00-11:30A 11:30A-12:00P 12:00-12:30P 12:30-1:00P 10:00-10:30A 10:30-11:00A 11:00-11:30A 11:30A-12:00P 12:00-12:30P 12:30-1:00P

Age 3 & up 3 & up 3 & up 3 & up 3 & up 3 & up 3 & up 3 & up 3 & up 3 & up 3 & up 3 & up

Deadline 1/24 1/24 1/24 1/24 1/24 1/24 2/21 2/21 2/21 2/21 2/21 2/21

Fee (PRE/BAS/MR/NR) $75 /$89 /$112 /$134 $125 /$148 /$173 /$198

Adaptive Swim Lessons Leisure Pool

Age: 3 & up Adaptive (4 session package)

Fee (PRE/BAS/MR/NR) $125 /$148 /$173 /$198

Swim Team

Manta Ray Masters Competition Pool

Leisure Pool

Date 2/2-2/23 2/2-2/23 2/2-2/23 2/2-2/23 2/2-2/23 2/2-2/23 3/2-3/23 3/2-3/23 3/2-3/23 3/2-3/23 3/2-3/23 3/2-3/23

Age: 3 & up Semi-private (4 session package) Private (4 session package)

Adaptive Swim Lessons are a Learn-to-Swim program designed for children and adults requiring special assistance. Qualified staff will help participants enhance their swimming ability and comfort level. These lessons will be held in a private lesson format. Please call the Swim Program Supervisor at 513.229.8555, extension 5510, to register.

PRIVATE SWIM LESSONS

Day Su Su Su Su Su Su Su Su Su Su Su Su

If the private lesson options do not meet your needs, please call the Swim Program Supervisor at 513.229.8555, extension 5510, to discuss other options.

Fee (PRE/BAS/MR/NR) $85 /$100 /$125 /$150 $85 /$100 /$125 /$150 $85 /$100 /$125 /$150 $85 /$100 /$125 /$150 $85 /$100 /$125 /$150 $85 /$100 /$125 /$150 $85 /$100 /$125 /$150 $85 /$100 /$125 /$150 $85 /$100 /$125 /$150 $85 /$100 /$125 /$150 $85 /$100 /$125 /$150 $85 /$100 /$125 /$150

Activity 252317-01 252317-02 252317-03 252317-04 252317-05 252317-06 252318-01 252318-02 252318-03 252318-04 252318-05 252318-06

Improve your overall fitness, develop better technique, train for a triathlon, swim competitively, or just enjoy the water. Competitions are optional. Swimmers ages 19 and older of all abilities are welcome. Coaches are available during scheduled practice times to help you attain your personal goals. Additional practices may be added, though you are not required to attend all practices. A Mason Community Center pass is NOT needed to participate in this program. Day Date Time Age Tu,Th 2/4-2/27 6:00-7:30A 19 & up Tu,Th 3/4-3/27 6:00-7:30A 19 & up

Deadline Fee (PRE/BAS/MR/NR) 1/28 $10 /$25 /$38 /$45 2/25 $10 /$25 /$38 /$45

Activity 252100-01 252100-02

Lifeguard Certification Get ready for summer employment! Lifeguard Certification classes are coming in April and May. See next issue for details.

Standard Private Lessons Leisure Pool Schedule private lessons with the flexibility you need. Participants will have six dates to choose from to take five lessons. You will be allowed to miss one lesson with no penalty, no call ahead needed, and no rescheduling. There will be no make-up lessons or rescheduling for any absences beyond one lesson. While we cannot guarantee the same coach for every lesson, there will always be a certified Swim America Coach available for your lesson. Day Date Time M 2/24-4/7 6:30-7:00P M 2/24-4/7 7:00-7:30P M 2/24-4/7 7:30-8:00P Tu 2/25-4/8 7:00-7:30P Tu 2/25-4/8 7:30-8:00P W 2/26-4/9 6:30-7:00P W 2/26-4/9 7:00-7:30P W 2/26-4/9 7:30-8:00P Th 2/27-4/10 7:00-7:30P Th 2/27-4/10 7:30-8:00P Sa 3/1-4/12 11:00-11:30A Sa 3/1-4/12 11:30A-12:00P *No Class 3/24 - 3/29

To register, see page 2.

Age 4 & up 4 & up 4 & up 4 & up 4 & up 4 & up 4 & up 4 & up 4 & up 4 & up 4 & up 4 & up

Deadline 2/14 2/14 2/14 2/14 2/14 2/14 2/14 2/14 2/14 2/14 2/14 2/14

Fee (PRE/BAS/MR/NR) $125 /$148 /$173 /$198 $125 /$148 /$173 /$198 $125 /$148 /$173 /$198 $125 /$148 /$173 /$198 $125 /$148 /$173 /$198 $125 /$148 /$173 /$198 $125 /$148 /$173 /$198 $125 /$148 /$173 /$198 $125 /$148 /$173 /$198 $125 /$148 /$173 /$198 $125 /$148 /$173 /$198 $125 /$148 /$173 /$198

Activity 252319-01* 252319-02* 252319-03* 252319-04* 252319-05* 252319-06* 252319-07* 252319-08* 252319-09* 252319-10* 252319-11* 252319-12*

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SPECIAL EVENTS New Resident Coffee Meeting Room New to the area? Meet other new residents and learn more about the area at the monthly new resident coffee. Residents who recently moved to the City of Mason or the Mason City School District are invited. The coffee is hosted by Community Basket and is sponsored by the City of Mason and the Northeast Cincinnati Chamber of Commerce. Refreshments will be provided and tours of Mason Community Center will be included. Those in attendance will also receive a one-day family pass to Mason Community Center. Children are welcome. Day W W

Date 2/5 3/5

Time 10:30-11:30A 10:30-11:30A

Age All All

Fee Free Free

Parents, enjoy a night out on the town while your children engage in a night full of fun at Mason Community Center. The evening will consist of themed programming and a pizza party sponsored by Westshore Pizza of Mason. We ask that you please pack a snack and drink for each event.

Mason Community Center On February 1, Mason Community Center has special offers and drawings for members. Discounts are available on many of our services, including personal training, adult swim lessons, and the spa. We also offer deals on punch passes for group exercise and Kids’ Korner. Members can also bring friends and family to utilize the facility that day without a guest pass. If friends and family sign up for a membership, current member will receive a FREE month as a part of our referral program. Special pricing is only available on Member Appreciation Day so you must stop by or call to take advantage of any specials. For Premier Members stopping by the facility, we will offer random giveaways and drawings for prizes. Date 2/1

Members Only

SHOOT FOR PREMIER

PAY BASIC FOR ONE YEAR! Saturday, March �� • �� a.m. - � p.m. Mason Community Center Gymnasium

Members only! Make a shot from half court and receive a Premier membership at the Basic price for one year. • Only $� to enter. • Premier upgrade is valid for any type of membership. • Light refreshments will be provided. • Bring your own cheering section. • A�empt limited to one person per household. • We are unable to announce the shooting order in advance. • Winners stay a�er for a brief ceremony.

Parents' Night Out Premier Member Perk! Kids Korner

Member Appreciation Day

Day Sa

CAMPS

The program welcomes children 3 to 12 years of age. On the first Parents' Night Out of the month, children ages 6 and up will enjoy swim time while children under 6 will participate in preschool-themed activities. Please pack a swim suit and towel if your child will be swimming. Parents' Night Out is available to Premier Members only. Please stop at the Membership Services Desk to upgrade your membership if you would like to take part in this program and the many other benefits of Premier membership. We ask that each family sign up for only one Parents' Night Out per month. Day Date Time Age Deadline Fee (PRE) Activity Silly Sock Night: Wear the craziest socks you have! Children six and older will enjoy swim time. F 2/7 6:00-9:30P 3-12 1/31 Free 213806-01 Rock Star Night: Enjoy a performance from Mason's School of Rock. F 2/21 6:00-9:30P 3-12 2/14 Free 213806-02 Inside Out Night: Wear your clothes inside out! Participants 6 and older will enjoy swim time. F 3/7 6:00-9:30P 3-12 2/28 Free 213806-03 Spring is Here: Celebrate spring with us! Make a spring-themed craft followed by a movie at the end of the night. F 3/21 6:00-9:30P 3-12 3/14 Free 213806-04

Chess Club Activity Room A From first moves to checkmate, beginners and United States Chess Federation (USCF) rated chess players are welcome to join this club to play one of the world's greatest games. Beginners will learn the basic rules, moves, and strategies to win. Experienced players will have an instructor with USCF rating in the 1900's to help them improve their game strategy, discuss openings and end game theory, and give challenging training exercises. At each meeting, players will be paired off to play rounds with other students with similar ratings. This club will end with an exciting and challenging tournament! Each participant will receive a chess tournament ribbon and prize. Trophies will be awarded to the top finishers in the beginners section and advanced section. Day Date W 2/5-2/26 W 3/5-3/26

Time 6:00-7:30P 6:00-7:30P

Age K-12 K-12

Deadline Fee (PRE/BAS/MR/NR) 1/29 $45 /$53 /$67 /$80 2/26 $45 /$53 /$67 /$80

Activity 231600-01 231600-02

Registration begins at � a.m. on Friday, March ��. Call ���.���.���� or stop by to register for activity number ������-��. Online registration is not available for this event.

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PRE: Premier pass holder

BAS: Basic pass holder

MR: Mason resident

NR: Non-resident


ENRICHMENT

School's Out Fun Days Activity Room A On scheduled break days in the Mason City School District, Mason Community Center offers special programming. Take this opportunity for your child to meet new friends and have fun while you have the comfort of knowing where your child will be. Be prepared for an active day and make sure your child is wearing gym shoes. Please pack a lunch, multiple snacks, swimsuit, towel, and refillable water bottle.

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Coming to Mason Community Center in March

Be sure to register early! A minimum of 15 participants must be registered by the deadline for the program to run. For Spring Break activities, see our Laffalot Spring Break Camp, activity 262200. Day Date Time Random Acts of Kindness M 2/17 7:30-5:30P Suess-a-Palooza M 3/3 7:30-5:30P

Age

Deadline

Fee (PRE/BAS/MR/NR) Activity

6-12

2/10

$30 /$36 /$45 /$54

231501-01

6-12

2/24

$30 /$36 /$45 /$54

231501-02

Teens and pre-teens – try out one of the new cool Teen Scene programs at Mason Community Center! Teen Scene is for 13- to 18-year old students who enjoy creative, active, and friendly activities designed with you in mind. Teen Scene Jr. is the same thing, but for students 10 to 13 years. Each month brings a new exciting activity to try. The first Teen Scene is Friday, March 28, at Mason Community Center. Need a new Facebook cover photo? Figure out how you’d like to be photographed – under water! The Underwater Photo Adventure begins with a pizza party where you and your friends can dream up your favorite photo idea. Then put it in action for a below-the-surface snapshot in the competition pool. You’ll get a CD with your photo before you leave. See the registration information elsewhere in this issue. Look for news about the first Teen Scene Jr. event in the April-May issue of CenterPoint. Teen Scene and Teen Scene Jr. activities will alternate each month. In between the special activities, sign up or drop in for fitness classes at Mason Community Center. Some are just for you, such as Teen/Tween Circuit or Youth Cross Training. And you can join most of the drop-in group exercise programs. Zumba, BODYPUMP™, Teen GRIT—and more—await! Future Teen Scene events and activities could include mud wars, pool parties, positive sportsmanship leagues featuring a new sport every season (volleyball, flag football, dodge ball, kickball, ??), and other great activities. Teen Scene or Teen Scene Jr. will be THE place to go to hang out with your friends while engaging in a fun and entertaining activity. Sign up today!

Snow Day Registration Mason Community Center Snow Day Camp takes place whenever the Mason City School District cancels classes due to inclement weather. Each snow day will feature group games, crafts, sports activities, a movie, and swimming. Please pack a full lunch, refillable water bottle, plenty of snacks, extra clothing, gym shoes, swimsuit, and a towel for your child. For same day announcements, registration begins at 5:30 a.m. or when the announcement is made, whichever is later. If announced the night before, early registration is available online only. To register, call 513.229.8555 or visit www.imaginemason.org. Space is limited to the first 30 registered participants. Day Date Time Age Fee (PRE/BAS/MR/NR) Activity M-F through April 9:00A-5:00P 6-12 $30 /$36 /$45 /$54 733807* *You will not be able to register for Snow Day Camp until a snow day is announced.

Laffalot Spring Break Camp Field House Join Laffalot for a taste of summer during the winter! Laffalot Camp is a high-energy, high-activity, fun-focused sports and activities program devoted to the physical, emotional, and social development of children ages 6 to 12. Laffalot Camp offers day camps specifically developed in girls-only and boys-only formats. The camps are created for any range of athletic ability so that no child is left behind in this all-inclusive program. Activities are designed for large muscle development, which improves balance and overall coordination, is essential for kids at this age, and is the foundation for skill development later. In addition, this program reinforces good social skills by fostering teamwork and group play, all while having fun! Detailed program information is available at www.laffalotcamps.com. You can register for Laffalot Camp and, if you wish, Extended Hours at the same time. By using the activity number below, you can select the number of days that you would like to participate in our convenient AM extended care from 7:30 a.m. to 9:00 a.m. or PM extended care from 2:00 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. The cost for morning extended care is $7 per day for Premier members, $9 per day for Basic members, $11 per day for Mason residents, and $13 per day for non-residents. The cost for evening extended care is $16 per day for Premier members, $19 per day for Basic members, $24 per day for Mason residents, and $29 per day for non-residents. Copyright, 2010, Laffalot Summer Camps LLC. All Rights Reserved.

Day Date Time M-F 3/24-3/28 9:00-2:00P

To register, see page 2.

Age 6-12



Underwater Photography Activity Room A/Competition Pool Need a new Facebook cover photo? Figure out how you’d like to be photographed – under water! The adventure begins with a pizza party where you and your friends can dream up your favorite photo idea. Bring some waterproof props or clothing to get your creative ideas flowing! Then put them in action for a below-the-surface snapshot in the competition pool. You’ll get a CD with your photo before you leave. Day Date F 3/28

Time 6:00-9:00P

Age Deadline Fee (PRE/BAS/MR/NR) 13-18 3/21 $10 /$12 /$15 /$18

Activity 253400-01

Deadline Fee (PRE/BAS/MR/NR) Activity 3/17 $103 /$122 /$130 /$145 262200-01

February / March 2014

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What To Do Until Help Arrives Mason Community Center

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Schedule a party in February or March and invite your guests to come dressed as their favorite ninja or pirate. Activities include walking the plank into our fantastic foam pit and games like ‘Bombs Away!’ and ‘Super Stealthy.’ Each guest will make and take home a ninja mask or pirate eye patch. For more information or a party request form, visit www.imaginemason.org/ things-to-do/community-center/plan-event.cfm or call us at ���.���.����.

This program will introduce you to the realities of an emergency and what you can do to prevent it from becoming worse. You will learn the importance of a prompt and thorough call to 9-1-1, the hows and whys of making that life—or property—saving call for help, and the critical importance of time. You’ll learn how to recognize common medical and traumatic incidents and how to perform initial treatments for the types of incidents anyone could be faced with at their home, at work, or while out and about. Individuals can register using the information below. Please call Mason Fire Department Administration at 513.229.8540 if you would like to schedule the presentation for your homeowners’ association, club, church, or business meeting. The office is open from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Monday through Friday. Day Date Senior Center M 2/10-2/24 Activity Room A W 2/12-2/26 Senior Center M 3/10-3/24 Activity Room A W 3/12-3/26

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PERSONAL DEVELOPMENT

School of Rock Little Wings Studio B The Music: Your child will learn musical concepts while participating in engaging activities set to classic songs that both of you can share and love.

Time

Age

Deadline Fee (PRE/BAS/MR/NR) Activity

6:00-7:00P

15 & up

2/3

$10 /$12 /$15 /$18

221621-01

1:00-2:00P

15 & up

2/5

$10 /$12 /$15 /$18

221621-02

6:00-7:00P

15 & up

3/3

$10 /$12 /$15 /$18

221621-03

1:00-2:00P

15 & up

3/5

$10 /$12 /$15 /$18

221621-04

Evening with the Experts: Mental Health and Wellness Mason Community Center

The Science: Our classes were designed alongside leading experts to inspire the social and cognitive development of children while enriching their language, literacy, and physical development.

Family Based Treatment: Evidenced based treatment for adolescents inflicted with Anorexia or Bulimia

The Fun: Above all, Little Wing classes are FUN! Great activities and games are set to some of the most important music of our time.

Presented by Scott Bullock, MSW, LISW-S, Lindner Center of HOPE, Harold C. Schott Foundation Eating Disorders Program, Family Eating Disorders Therapist

Learn more at www.littlewing.com.

Learn how to decrease the stigma of eating disorders so both boys and girls feel comfortable getting the help they need. Discussion will include the Maudsley Approach and its five basic principles, and how this illness can be beat in the home without hospitalization.

Day Date M 2/3-2/24 W 3/5-3/26

Time 6:00-6:45P 1:00-1:45P

Age 3-5 4-5

Deadline Fee (PRE/BAS/MR/NR) 1/27 $60 /$71 /$75 /$80 2/26 $60 /$71 /$75 /$80

Activity 231109-01 231109-02

Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome Meeting Room Do you or someone you know have “loose joints,” extreme flexibility, stretchy skin, or chronic joint pain? In addition, they may experience irritable bowel syndrome (IBS), sleep disorders, and occasional dislocation of joints. This person may have EDS or Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome.

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What do you do after calling 9-1-1 to help keep the situation from becoming worse? Apprehension and dread are common feelings after the call. Find out what you can do while waiting for help

Day Date W 2/12

Time 6:30-7:30P

Age 16 & up

Deadline 2/5

Fee Free

Activity 786100-03

Eating Disorders Awareness: A Panel Discussion Facilitated by Anne Marie O’Melia, MS, MD, Lindner Center of HOPE, Medical Director, Harold C. Schott Foundation Eating Disorders Program at Lindner Center of HOPE and Sarah Arszman Lavanier, PsyD, Staff Psychologist, Lindner Center of HOPE, Harold C. Schott Foundation Eating Disorders Program

Come to this awareness meeting to learn more about this disease or to meet fellow patients.

Get your questions answered about eating disorders, such as how to recognize symptoms and what help is available in the community.

Day Th

Day Date W 3/12

Date 2/6

Time 6:30-7:30P

February / March 2014

Age All

Deadline 2/6

Fee Free

Activity 286500-01

PRE: Premier pass holder

Time 6:30-7:30P

Age 16 & up

BAS: Basic pass holder

Deadline 3/5

MR: Mason resident

Fee Free

Activity 786100-04

NR: Non-resident


CPR/AED Classes Fire Station 51 Community Room Learn adult and child CPR as well as the proper operation of an automated external defibrillator (AED). All CPR instructors are Mason Firefighter/Paramedics and Community Emergency Response Team (CERT) members. After the four hour class, you will receive a certification from the American Heart Association. Classes will be held in the community room at Fire Station 51, 4420 Mason-Montgomery Road. Please register through Mason Community Center. Day M

Date 3/3

Time 8:00A-12:00P

Age 18 & up

Deadline Fee (PRE/BAS/MR/NR) 2/24 $0 /$7 /$0 /$10

Activity 221620-01

Basic Life Support for Healthcare Providers Designed with the American Heart Association curriculum, this course is for the healthcare professional (EMT, RN, CNA, LVN). The course covers CPR for the adult, child, and infant, as well as two-person CPR. It also includes airway management, bag valve use, and AED training. Participants who successfully complete the written exam and skills demonstration will receive a certification card that is valid for two years in Basic Life Support for Healthcare Providers. Date 2/10 2/13 2/24 2/27 3/10 3/13 3/24 3/27

Time 12:00-5:00P 8:00A-1:00P 12:00-5:00P 8:00A-1:00P 12:00-5:00P 8:00A-1:00P 12:00-5:00P 8:00A-1:00P

Age 18 & up 18 & up 18 & up 18 & up 18 & up 18 & up 18 & up 18 & up

Deadline 2/3 2/6 2/17 2/20 3/3 3/6 3/17 3/20

Fee (PRE/BAS/MR/NR) $25 /$30 /$38 /$45 $25 /$30 /$38 /$45 $25 /$30 /$38 /$45 $25 /$30 /$38 /$45 $25 /$30 /$38 /$45 $25 /$30 /$38 /$45 $25 /$30 /$38 /$45 $25 /$30 /$38 /$45

Activity 221221-01 221221-02 221221-03 221221-04 221221-05 221221-06 221221-07 221221-08

Tower Garden Spring is almost here! Do you love homegrown fruits and veggies but don't think you have the time, space, or energy to grow your own? You could have your very own farmer's market on your back deck or patio with a sustainable, aeroponic vertical garden. Learn the benefits and ease of growing vertically, which can be done in a variety of ways using materials you find at home or at the hardware store. You’ll be amazed at the results. Time 10:00-11:00A 6:30-7:30P

Time 10:00A-12:00P

Age 18 & up

Deadline Fee (PRE/BAS/MR/NR) 3/5 $17 /$20 /$25 /$30

Activity 241419-01

Digital Photo 3 Learn to adjust the color and contrast, crop and resize the photo, save it in a variety of formats, and manage your database of images. Day Date W 3/19

Time 10:00A-12:00P

Age 18 & up

Deadline Fee (PRE/BAS/MR/NR) 3/12 $17 /$20 /$25 /$30

Activity 241420-01

Digital Photo 4 Prerequisite: Digital Photo 3 This course will cover digital image manipulations. You will learn color adjustments, cropping, layering, retouching, distortion, blurs, and brush filters. Get the answers to all the questions you have about digital image processing. You must have taken Digital Photo 3 prior to attending this class. Day Date W 3/26

Time 10:00A-12:00P

Age 18 & up

Deadline Fee (PRE/BAS/MR/NR) 3/19 $17 /$20 /$25 /$30

Activity 241421-01

Computer Basics

Meeting Room

Day Date Tu 3/11 Tu 3/11

This course will cover using the camera features and uploading, printing, and archiving the images. How many images will your memory card store? What does fully automatic mean? How do you control the resolution and depth of field aperture setting? Learn the answers in this class. Day Date W 3/12

Meeting Room

Day M Th M Th M Th M Th

Digital Photo 2

Age 12 & up 12 & up

Deadline Fee 3/4 Free 3/4 Free

Activity 286403-01 286403-02

Senior Center Learn how to define key computer-related terms, navigate using the mouse, and turn the computer on and off properly. You will also learn the concept of Windows, having multiple windows open on your desktop at once, and working with files, folders, and Windows Explorer. Day Date Time Age Deadline Fee (PRE/BAS/MR/NR) Tu 2/4-2/25 10:00A-12:00P 18 & up 1/28 $68 /$80 /$100 /$120

Activity 241400-01

Beginning Internet Senior Center

TECHNOLOGY

Navigate browsers, web sites, web pages, and search engines while learning how to use the toolbar and functions of a web site. E-mail will also be discussed in depth.

Digital Photography

Day Date Time Age Deadline Fee (PRE/BAS/MR/NR) Tu 3/4-3/25 10:00A-12:00P 18 & up 2/25 $68 /$80 /$100 /$120

Senior Center

Digital Photo 1 Learn the many features of a digital camera while defining those strange terms such as megapixels, jpeg, tiff, resolution, optical versus digital zoom, compression, dpi, and compact flash versus secure digital memory. At the end of the course, you will be able to choose a digital camera that fits your needs. Day Date W 3/5

Time 10:00A-12:00P

Age 18 & up

Deadline Fee (PRE/BAS/MR/NR) 2/26 $17 /$20 /$25 /$30

Activity 241418-01

SpyWare and Anti-Viruses Senior Center Learn simple tips and tricks that will help keep your computer from being exposed to the dangers of the Internet, including how to deal with pop-ups, avoiding viruses, and protecting your personal information. Day Date W 2/19

To register, see page 2.

Activity 241401-01

Time Age Deadline Fee (PRE/BAS/MR/NR) 10:00A-12:00P 18 & up 2/12 $17 /$20 /$25 /$30

Activity 241411-01

February / March 2014

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eBay Buying Senior Center Learn how to use your home computer to buy items on eBay. Electronics, cars, clothing, apparel, collectibles, sporting goods, digital cameras, and everything else are available on eBay, the world's online marketplace. Have you been looking for that one-of-a-kind item? Don't miss this informative hands-on class. Day Date W 2/5

Time Age Deadline Fee (PRE/BAS/MR/NR) 10:00A-12:00P 18 & up 1/29 $17 /$20 /$25 /$30

Activity 241422-01

eBay Selling Senior Center Learn how to use your home computer to sell items on eBay. Have fun selling everything quickly and easily. You must have an eBay account and know how to buy on eBay prior to this class. Day Date W 2/12

Time 10:00A-12:00P

Age 18 & up

Deadline Fee (PRE/BAS/MR/NR) 2/5 $17 /$20 /$25 /$30

Activity 241423-01

American Heart Month Join us in recognizing American Heart Month by purchasing a heart for $1. Hearts will be displayed through February and all proceeds will go to the American Heart/ American Stroke Association. For each heart purchased, your name will be entered to win a gift certificate from our in-house partner, TriHealth Pavilion Spa. Hearts can be purchased from the Customer Service Desk. Give your heart today!

ASSESSMENTS & SCREENINGS

Fitness Center Orientations Activity Room Whether you are new to fitness or returning to the gym after some time off, schedule a free Fitness Center Orientation with one of our Fitness Specialists. Get acclimated to the gym environment during your 30-minute orientation to the circuit weight machines and cardiovascular equipment. You’ll also receive a basic workout routine created by a personal trainer. Stop by the Fitness Customer Service Desk or email fitness@masonoh.org to arrange a session today. Fee Free

Fitness Center Take the first step toward better health or more efficiently track your fitness progress by taking baseline fitness tests and consulting with certified staff, and compare yourself to the national norm. Fitness evaluations include resting heart rate, blood pressure, body composition, muscular strength, muscular endurance, cardio respiratory fitness, and flexibility. Assessments are recommended every 3 to 6 months or at the start of an exercise routine. A full assessment takes approximately one hour. Please wear gym shoes and shorts or comfortable pants. Pick up the form at the Mason Community Center or email the Wellness Supervisor at fitness@masonoh.org to set up your session.

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February / March 2014

Date 2/5 3/5

Time 9:00-11:00A 9:00-11:00A

Age 12 & up 12 & up

Fee Free Free

National Breakfast Month Member Lounge Join us to celebrate National Breakfast Month! Breakfast really is the most important meal of the day. Come and join First Watch and grab your free breakfast items to kick start your day. It gives you energy to start a new day and is linked to many health benefits, including weight control and improved performance. Day M

Date 2/10

Time 7:00A-10:00A

Fee Free

In Love with Chocolate Meeting Room Are you "In Love with Chocolate?" Join Jane Cervantes from Graeter’s for a presentation about your favorite treats—just in time for Valentine's Day. Learn facts, fiction, and fun about chocolate. A sample of Graeter’s chocolate will be provided during the presentation. Day Date Th 2/13

Fitness Assessments

Fee (PRE/BAS/MR/NR) Free* /$30 /$38 /$45

Team Live Well in Mason offers free blood pressure and body composition testing by a personal trainer or registered nurse on the first Wednesday of each month. Stop by to keep a regular check on your numbers.

NUTRITION

Member Lounge

Age 15 & up *Up to 4 free assessments per year.

Member Lounge

Day W W

FITNESS/HEALTH

Age 15 & up

Know Your Numbers: Blood Pressure and Body Composition Checks

Time 12:00-1:00P

Age 12 & up

Deadline Fee (PRE/BAS/MR/NR) 2/6 $8 /$10 /$13 /$15

Activity 286402-01

Grocery Store Scavenger Hunt Fitness Center How well do you know your way around the grocery store and all the hidden gems inside? Pick up our Grocery Store Scavenger Hunt sheet and head off to your local grocery store. The scavenger hunt sheets will be set up based on the Kroger stores. Answer all the scavenger hunt questions, note the store you completed it in, and turn the sheet in at one of our desks. All those that are correctly completed will receive a prize! Date 3/24-3/31

PRE: Premier pass holder

Age All

BAS: Basic pass holder

Deadline 3/31

MR: Mason resident

Fee Free

NR: Non-resident


Meet Your Nutritional Goals Meeting Room Learn some fun and easy ways to stay on track with your weight loss or healthy lifestyle goals. We will provide materials for a few fun craft ideas to help keep you motivated through your journey. Bring yourself and a positive attitude for this exciting Pinterest-inspired party. Day W

Date 3/12

Time 11:00-11:45A

Age 12 & up

Deadline 3/5

Fee Free

Activity 262001-02

FITNESS PROGRAMS

Parent & Youth Workout Time Weight Room 10 to 14-year-olds: Spend some quality time with Mom or Dad by working out in the Fitness Center. This is your chance to come in to and use the Precor cardiovascular equipment, Icarian selectorized weight equipment, exercise balls, and medicine balls in the Fitness Center during the hours listed. The Hammer Strength equipment will be open for use by 12- to 14-year olds during listed times as well. Please note the following policies: •  A parent or legal guardian must accompany youth(s) at all times. •  Parent & Youth Workout Time is restricted to the Fitness Center only. •  Mason Community Center staff reserves the right to ask for proof of age at any time. •  All Mason Community Center and Fitness Center policies apply. Day Time Age Fee Sa,Su 1:00-6:00P* 10-14 Free to members *Premier members may enjoy additional hours from 7 a.m. to 12 p.m. on Sundays

Sticking with your 2014 Health and Fitness Goals By Abbey Norus, Personal Trainer at Mason Community Center Are you one of the 73% of Americans who give up their fitness goals within 6 weeks? If you set a goal to lose weight, get fit, or train for an event for the new year, you are approaching the six week mark. How can you successfully continue on your path of improving your lifestyle with health and fitness? We often hear a person say, "My resolution is to lose weight," "This year I am going to run a 5K," or "I am going to be healthier." These are vague goals and people slowly lose interest as the year goes forward. Instead of creating a vague goal, make your goal specific and manageable. Here is an example of one of the top fitness and wellness resolutions of the New Year, broken down into a specific goal with mini goals to accomplish the resolution. Goal: To lose 10% of my body weight in four months/16 weeks Mini Goals/Steps: Week 1: Start a Food Diary - Record all foods and drinks (including time consumed) at least 5 out of 7 days per week Week 3: Start a Cardiovascular Exercise Program – on 3 to 4 days per week, complete 20 to 30 minutes of cardiovascular training (walking, jogging, ellipticals, fitness class, etc.)

Youth Cross Training Studio B/Fitness Center Teens: Keep in shape or get in shape with Youth Cross Training. You will explore various aspects of cross training including plyometrics, the track, circuit work, TRX, and the fitness area. Let Mason Community Center help keep you fit during the cold weather months.

Week 5: Replace one sugary drink with 20 ounces of water

Day Date Time M,W 2/24-4/2 4:00-5:00P *No Class 3/24, 3/26

Week 9: Add strength training to my exercise program – 2 to 3 days per week, complete a full-body resistance training program

Age 12 & up

Deadline Fee (PRE/BAS/MR/NR) Activity 2/17 $66 /$78 /$98 /$117 261601-01 *

Week 11: Bump up my cardiovascular training duration to 30 to 45 minutes, 3 to 5 days per week

Teen GRIT Studio A Ten to 14-year olds can enhance their sports performance with Teen GRIT! This 3-part workout geared toward youth athletes works in combination to tone and raise your fitness level. High intensity interval training (HITT) will take you into overdrive to go hard, push harder, and get fit, super-fast! These short, sharp, demanding workouts combine body weightlifting, running, and plyometrics for a full body workout that increases aerobic capacity, strength, muscular endurance, metabolism, and power. Day Date Time W 3/5-4/30 3:30-4:15P *No Class 3/26

Age 10-14

Deadline Fee (PRE/BAS/MR/NR) Activity 2/26 $52 /$62 /$78 /$93 261606-01*

Build It! Teen Are you a teen looking for a great drop-in, after school workout? Join a certified trainer for a heavy weight workout. Stations will be set up every Tuesday for a group workout to build strength in a balanced way. Workouts begin February 4. Time 3:30-4:15P

To register, see page 2.

Week 13: Increase my servings of fruits - add 1 fruit to 1 meal per day Week 15: Re-evaluate my goal. Do I need to lose a few more pounds? Do I need to maintain current weigh loss? Create my next goal and mini goals to ensure success. Being specific and breaking the goal into mini goals, or steps, helps the resolution become more manageable and easy to follow. Instead of having to completely change your current lifestyle in one day (and sticking with it), the mini goals add small healthy lifestyle changes every couple of weeks to keep you accountable. Once you start a mini goal, continue it and you’ll be on your way to a healthier lifestyle. Here’s to a healthy and happy 2014 and may you all succeed in your health and wellness goals!

Fitness Center

Day Tu

Week 7: Increase my servings of veggies - add 1 cup of veggies or 2 cups of leafy vegetables to lunch and dinner

Age 14-18

Personal Trainer

Fee (PRE/BAS/MR/NR) $0 /$2/$20 /$20

February / March 2014

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6-Day Sweat

Bodies in Balance: Water

Studio B

Leisure Pool

If you’ve ever told yourself, “I will start exercising on Monday,” your accountability starts at Mason Community Center. Join us the first Monday of the month for the 6-Day Sweat. For six straight days, an instructor will take you through a variety of strength, cardio, and flexibility classes to give you a jump start on sticking to your exercise goals for the month. This program is great for those who need accountability, a challenge, or just somewhere to start. This is a noexcuse-not-to-exercise program offered the first thing in the morning before your hectic life gets in the way. Make it a priority to start each Monday of the month with the 6-Day Sweat!

This medically-inclined approach to your water fitness program is ideal for those with arthritis, Parkinson's, fibromyalgia, discharged or Stage 3 Pulmonary Rehab, or any other joint issue that may benefit from exercise. By using the high resistance and low impact properties of water on your body, you can increase overall muscle strength, endurance, balance, and flexibility. This is a basic class for those starting an aquatic exercise program. Led by a certified athletic trainer, Bodies in Balance: Water is more rehab-based exercises compared to a traditional Water Fit class.

Day Date M-Sa 2/3-2/8 M-Sa 3/3-3/8

Time Age 6:00-7:00A 6:00-7:00A

Deadline Fee (PRE/BAS/MR/NR) Activity 1/27 $65 /$77 /$97 /$116 221314-01 2/24 $65 /$77 /$97 /$116 221314-02

Hula Hoop for a Healthy Heart Studio A Honor American Heart Month with hula hoop fitness. This is a lowimpact workout that will help improve your cardiovascular fitness. In just one hooping class, you can experience calorie burn and cardiovascular benefits similar to most other group exercise classes. This is a fun and moderately paced class for people of all fitness levels. Day Date F 2/7

Time 6:30-7:30P

Age 10 & up

Deadline Fee (PRE/BAS/MR/NR) 1/31 $12 /$15 /$19 /$23

Activity 221300-01

Couples Candlelight Yoga Studio A Celebrate Valentine’s Day by getting close with a partner yoga practice. This class offers a form of Hatha yoga in which partners support each other in modified yoga poses. By dedicating time to connect to your partner in this class, your bond will strengthen and grow. Couples can range from best friends to relatives to married couples; all of whom will enjoy a unique bonding experience. Day Date F 2/14 *Per person

Time 6:30-8:00P

Age 10 & up

Deadline Fee (PRE/BAS/MR/NR) Activity 2/7 $15 /$18 /$23 /$27* 221312-01

Hula Hoop Fitness - Disco Studio A Join us under the disco ball as we ‘Play that Funky Music’ and ‘Boodie Oogie Oogie’ with hula hoops. This is a low impact workout that will incorporate disco dancing and core strengthening moves with and without the hula hoop. Disco moves and attire are encouraged. Day Date F 3/7

Time 6:30-7:30P

Age 10 & up

Deadline Fee (PRE/BAS/MR/NR) 2/28 $12 /$15 /$19 /$23

Activity 221311-01

Private Group Exercise Classes Mason Community Center Do you love a group exercise instructor or class at Mason Community Center? Wish that your friends and family could experience the class, too? If you do, schedule a private group exercise class. Private classes are available on Fridays from noon to closing, on Saturdays from 1 p.m. to closing, and all day on Sundays. Contact the Group Exercise Coordinator or Supervisor to schedule your private class. Day F-Su *Fee is per hour.

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February / March 2014

Day Date M,W 2/3-2/26 M,W 3/3-3/26

Time 9:00-10:00A 9:00-10:00A

Age 18 & up 18 & up

Deadline Fee (PRE/BAS/MR/NR) Activity 1/27 $64 /$76 /$95 /$114 261604-01* 2/24 $64 /$76 /$95 /$114 261604-02

Bodies in Balance: Land Studio B/Fitness Center Bodies in Balance: Land is ideal for those who have arthritis, Parkinson’s, fibromyalgia, discharged or Stage 3 Pulmonary Rehab, any other joint pain, or balance issues. This is a basic class for those starting an exercise program or for those who want to transition from aquatics exercises to a land-based program. The class is led by a certified athletic trainer and features more rehab-based exercises compared to a traditional fitness class. If you are looking for a medically inclined approach to your fitness program, this is the class for you. Day Date Th 2/6-3/27

Time 1:00-2:00P

Age 18 & up

Deadline Fee (PRE/BAS/MR/NR) Activity 1/30 $64 /$76 /$95 /$114 261605-01

Sweat wit h your Sweet heart Friday, February �� Bring a significant other to any Mason Community Center drop-in group exercise class and be entered into a drawing for a dinner for two at a Mason restaurant.

Fee (PRE/BAS/MR/NR) $60 /$71 /$89 /$107*

PRE: Premier pass holder

BAS: Basic pass holder

MR: Mason resident

NR: Non-resident


To register, see page 2.

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PERSONAL TRAINING

Personal Training Clinics: Push-Pull Fitness Center Looking to improve your push-ups and be able to do great pull-ups? Sign up for this 6-week small group clinic to improve your "push" and "pull." Day Date M 2/10-3/17

Time Age 11:00-11:45A 15 & up

Deadline Fee (PRE/BAS/MR/NR) Activity 2/3 $12 /$15 /$19 /$23 261602-01

Mason’s Post Rehab Program

Personal Training Fitness Center Take the guesswork out of your workout and maximize your effort with the help of a Certified Personal Trainer. Our certified personal trainers will assess your current fitness level and coach you through an effective exercise program tailored to fit your needs. Mason Community Center offers a variety of training packages to cater to individual needs, no matter what the goal. Stop by the Membership Services desk for more information or call 513.229.8555 to get started! 30-Minute Personal Training Packages Individual One 30-Minute Session: Six 30-Minute Sessions: Twelve 30-Minute Sessions:

Premier $30 $162 $316

Basic $36 $191 $372

Non-Member $54 $241 $422

Partner One 30-Minute Session: Six 30-Minute Sessions: Twelve 30-Minute Sessions:

Premier $45 $243 $475

Basic $53 $286 $559

Non-Member $80 $336 $609

Small Group Training – 3 participants* One 30-Minute Session: Six 30-Minute Sessions: Twelve 30-Minute Sessions:

Premier $17 $92 $180

Basic $20 $108 $212

Non-Member $30 $162 $317

Small Group Training – 4 participants* One 30-Minute Session: Six 30-Minute Sessions: Twelve 30-Minute Sessions: *Fees are per participant

Premier $13 $71 $138

Basic $15 $81 $159

Non-Member $23 $125 $243

Premier $50 $270 $528

Basic $59 $318 $622

Non-Member $89 $368 $672

Partner One 1-Hour Session: Six 1-Hour Sessions: Twelve 1-Hour Sessions:

Premier $75 $405 $405

Basic $89 $477 $477

Non-Member $134 $527 $527

Small Group Training – 3 participants* One 1-Hour Session: Six 1-Hour Sessions: Twelve 1-Hour Sessions:

Premier $34 $184 $360

Basic $39 $211 $412

Non-Member $59 $319 $624

Small Group Training – 4 participants* One 1-Hour Session: Six 1-Hour Sessions: Twelve 1-Hour Sessions: *Fees are per participant

Premier $25 $135 $264

Basic $29 $157 $307

Non-Member $44 $238 $465

February / March 2014

• ��-week program • Certified Athletic Trainer guidance • A workout routine specific to your needs • Full membership at Mason Community Center for �� weeks • No enrollment fee to continue your Community Center membership

To learn more, stop in to talk to our Wellness Supervisior or call ���.���.���� Mason Community Center ���� Mason-Montgomery Road Mason, Ohio ����� ���.���.���� www.imaginemason.org

Warm Water Aquatic Training Fitness Center

1-Hour Personal Training Packages Individual One 1-Hour Session: Six 1-Hour Sessions: Twelve 1-Hour Sessions:

Are you an athlete who is injured or unable to perform due to a past injury? Sign up for Warm Water Aquatic Training. The Hydroworx Warm Water Pool features a built-in, powered aquatic treadmill that smoothly accelerates from .1 to 8.5 mph. Users are able to correctly simulate land-based walking, running, or sports-specific activities without the bodyweight and joint impact experienced on land. The benefits of aquatic treadmills include: •  Early promotion of range of motion •  Early initiation of gait training in a low impact environment •  Replication of the proper biomechanics of land-based movements •  Improved cardiovascular stamina •  Increased healing and strengthening of injured tissue •  Reduced blood pressure levels •  Reduced joint stiffness 30-Minute Session Packages Two 30-Minute Session: Eight 30-Minute Sessions: Sixteen 30-Minute Sessions:

Age 12 & up 12 & up 12 & up

Premier $51 $173 $326

Basic $60 $204 $384

Non-Member $90 $254 $434

Age 12 & up 12 & up 12 & up

Premier $51 $173 $326

Basic $60 $204 $384

Non-Member $90 $254 $434

1-Hour Session Packages

Ask about our large group training or private group exercise classes.

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Let our Certified Athletic Trainer help you transition from managed physical therapy to your own exercise program.

One 1-Hour Session: Four 1-Hour Sessions: Eight 1-Hour Sessions:

PRE: Premier pass holder

BAS: Basic pass holder

MR: Mason resident

NR: Non-resident


Clinical Exercise Program

GOLF

Fitness Center Our clinical exercise program is designed by a certified athletic trainer for those who are looking for a more medically based exercise program. Through the various services the community center offers—the fitness floor, track, and warm water therapy pool—the certified athletic trainer will design a personalized exercise prescription to ensure your safe return to exercise and activity.

Golf Tip

Please contact the Wellness Supervisor for more information at 513.229.8555.

Probably the most important thing you can do over the winter is to work on your flexibility. Having a long, flexible rotation is the key to a good, good swing. Mason Community Center offers plenty of programs to help with this.

Session Package* Premier Basic 1 Session $51 $60 4 Sessions $173 $204 8 Sessions $326 $384 *A note or referral from your physician will be required before sessions begin.

Non-Member $90 $254 $434

The spring golf season will be here soon. There are several things you can do to have you “golf ready” when it arrives.

Another thing to do over during the off season is to check all of your equipment. Golf grips should be replaced yearly, no matter how much wear they have. As part of your equipment check, take a look at your shoes and apparel. It may be time for a new set of spikes, a new pair of shoes, or a new wind jacket to start the golf season in safety and comfort.

SPORTS Adult Softball League Gather your friends and form your teams. Mason Community Center is pleased to offer adult softball leagues beginning this spring at Mason Sports Park and Corwin M. Nixon Park. Registration will begin in the April/May CenterPoint. Below are the leagues that we will be offering: Tuesday nights: Men’s Church League Thursday nights: Coed Recreational League Friday nights: Men’s Competitive League

Consider a few golf lessons to help you refine your technique and set you on your way to a great game. Stop in at the Pro Shop at The Golf Center at Kings Island and let our professional staff help you get ready for the season. Head Professional, Golf Center of Kings Island

BASKETBALL

GYMNASTICS

Men's Adult Basketball League

Gymnastics

Gymnasium

Multipurpose Room

Enjoy indoor basketball at Mason Community Center. The season opener is February 16, and your team will play a minimum of 8 games over 8 weeks. The season will finish with a single-elimination tournament on April 13, consisting of the top 4 teams by win/loss record. Registration is per team. All league play is under OHSSA rules in conjunction with Mason Community Center league rules. Games will be played on Sundays between 2 and 6 p.m. Teams must have a minimum of 5 players and a maximum of 10. Additional referee fees are $30 per team per game, paid to the referee on the court. Team Captains: Register on behalf of your team by picking up a roster form in person at Mason Community Center or by downloading your league roster form at www.imaginemason.org/things-to-do/programs/ sports/adult-sports.cfm and mailing or delivering the completed form to Mason Community Center, or scan and email it to communitycenter@ masonoh.org. Payments and rosters for registrations are due no later than Wednesday, February 5, 2014. All team captains are required to attend a meeting at 7:30 p.m. on Thursday, February 13. If you have any questions, please contact the League Coordinator at Mason Community Center by calling 513.229.8555. Day Su

Date 2/16-4/13

Time 2:00-6:00P

To register, see page 2.

Age 18 & up

Deadline 2/5

Fee $240 per team

The City of Mason is pleased to offer state-of-the-art facilities for gymnastics programs. Our 8,200 square foot gymnasium area is complete with tumbling tracks, a table vault, and a Resi-Pit-lined gymnastics pit. Students are able to participate recreationally or move on to the competition level with Mason Community Center’s own Mason Twisters. Make-up classes will be scheduled only if the facility is closed for weather or maintenance. The make-up class will be the corresponding day of the week after the last scheduled class.

Mom and Me This parent and child class will help develop your child's basic motor skills through jumping, skipping, hopping, running, and rolling. You will use beams, wedges, and mats to engage your child through structured play. Day Date Time M 3/10-5/5 10:00-10:30A Tu 3/11-5/6 10:30-11:00A W 3/12-5/7 11:45A-12:15P Th 3/13-5/8 11:00-11:30A Sa 3/15-5/10 10:00-10:30A *No classes 3/24-3/29

Age 18mo-3yr 18mo-3yr 18mo-3yr 18mo-3yr 18mo-3yr

Deadline 3/3 3/4 3/5 3/6 3/8

Fee (PRE/BAS/MR/NR) $56 /$66 /$83 /$99 $56 /$66 /$83 /$99 $56 /$66 /$83 /$99 $56 /$66 /$83 /$99 $56 /$66 /$83 /$99

Activity 232360-01* 232360-02* 232360-03* 232360-04* 232360-05*

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Tiny Tumblers Designed just for 3-year olds, your child will learn to follow directions without the assistance of a parent and focus on basic gymnastics skills such as forward rolls, backward rolls, headstands, and backbends. He or she will also work on circuit training and be introduced to the vault, uneven bars, balance beam, and floor. Day Date Time M 3/10-5/5 10:30-11:15A Tu 3/11-5/6 11:00-11:45A W 3/12-5/7 11:00-11:45A Th 3/13-5/8 11:30A-12:15P F 3/14-5/9 10:45-11:30A Sa 3/15-5/10 10:30-11:15A *No classes 3/24-3/29

Age 3 3 3 3 3 3

Deadline 3/3 3/4 3/5 3/6 3/7 3/8

Fee (PRE/BAS/MR/NR) $56 /$66 /$83 /$99 $56 /$66 /$83 /$99 $56 /$66 /$83 /$99 $56 /$66 /$83 /$99 $56 /$66 /$83 /$99 $56 /$66 /$83 /$99

Activity 232369-01* 232369-02* 232369-03* 232369-04* 232369-05* 232369-06*

Hot Shots/Advanced Jumping Jacks Younger students who are ready for more advanced gymnastics skills may be invited by their instructor to participate in this class. He or she will work on more advanced routines on the vault, uneven bars, balance beam, and floor. Please note that the Monday class is from 4:30-6:30 p.m. and the Thursday class is from 4:30-5:30 p.m. Day Date Time M,Th 3/10-5/8 Varies *No classes 3/24-3/29

Age Deadline Fee (PRE/BAS/MR/NR) Activity 4-5 3/3 $176 /$208 /$233 /$258 232374-01*

Jumping Jacks

Advanced Sassy Six Sevens

Your child will improve gross motor skills, flexibility, and coordination through circuit training and will have the opportunity to put the skills together to form a small routine. He or she will also be introduced to the vault, uneven bars, balance beam, and floor.

This is an invitation-only class. Participants must be recommended for this class by one of the gymnastics coaches.

Day Date Time M 3/10-5/5 4:00-5:00P W 3/12-5/7 10:00-11:00A W 3/12-5/7 4:00-5:00P Th 3/13-5/8 10:00-11:00A F 3/14-5/9 9:45-10:45A F 3/14-5/9 5:00-6:00P Sa 3/15-5/10 11:15A-12:15P *No classes 3/24-3/29

Age 4-5 4-5 4-5 4-5 4-5 4-5 4-5

Deadline 3/3 3/5 3/5 3/6 3/7 3/7 3/8

Fee (PRE/BAS/MR/NR) $71 /$84 /$105 /$126 $71 /$84 /$105 /$126 $71 /$84 /$105 /$126 $71 /$84 /$105 /$126 $71 /$84 /$105 /$126 $71 /$84 /$105 /$126 $71 /$84 /$105 /$126

Activity 232372-01* 232372-02* 232372-03* 232372-04* 232372-05* 232372-06* 232372-07*

Sassy Sixes and Sevens Students will work on gymnastics drills, conditioning, and routines similar to those introduced in the Beginners and Advanced Beginners classes and continue to improve on basic gymnastic skills, flexibility, and strength. Day Date Time M 3/10-5/5 5:00-6:00P Tu 3/11-5/6 5:00-6:00P W 3/12-5/7 6:00-7:00P F 3/14-5/9 6:00-7:00P Sa 3/15-5/10 12:15-1:15P *No classes 3/24-3/29

Age 6-7 6-7 6-7 6-7 6-7

Deadline 3/3 3/4 3/5 3/7 3/8

Fee (PRE/BAS/MR/NR) $71 /$84 /$105 /$126 $71 /$84 /$105 /$126 $71 /$84 /$105 /$126 $71 /$84 /$105 /$126 $71 /$84 /$105 /$126

Activity 232371-01* 232371-02* 232371-03* 232371-04* 232371-05*

Introduce your child to the world of gymnastics. Students will learn basic gymnastics skills on the floor, uneven bars, balance beam, and vault. Your child will then learn to put the skills together to form a routine. Conditioning and flexibility are also introduced at this level. Day Date Time M 3/10-5/5 6:00-7:00P Tu 3/11-5/6 6:00-7:00P W 3/12-5/7 5:00-6:00P Th 3/13-5/8 7:30-8:30P *No classes 3/24-3/29

February / March 2014

Day Date Time Age Deadline Fee (PRE/BAS/MR/NR) Activity Tu,Th 3/11-5/8 5:00-6:00P 6-7 3/4 $142 /$168 /$193 /$218 232367-01* *No classes 3/24-3/29

Prep Team Gymnasts who want to move on to the competitive level will train 3 to 4 hours per week and be introduced to Advanced Beginner and competitive routines. Day Date Time M 3/10-5/5 7:00-8:00P Tu 3/11-5/6 7:00-8:00P W 3/12-5/7 7:00-8:00P Th 3/13-5/8 7:00-8:00P *No classes 3/24-3/29

Age 6-7 6-7 6-7 6-7

Deadline 3/3 3/4 3/5 3/6

Fee (PRE/BAS/MR/NR) $88 /$104 /$129 /$154 $88 /$104 /$129 /$154 $88 /$104 /$129 /$154 $88 /$104 /$129 /$154

Activity 232373-01* 232373-02* 232373-03* 232373-04*

Advanced Beginners Students in this class have some gymnastics experience and have mastered the basic Beginner skills. They should be able to perform all Beginner routines. This class will provide a greater challenge to students on the floor, uneven bars, balance beam, and vault. Day Date Time Age Deadline Fee (PRE/BAS/MR/NR) Activity M,Tu 3/10-5/6 6:30-7:30P 8-17 3/3 $142 /$168 /$193 /$218 232381-01* *No classes 3/24-3/29

Bad weather?

Beginners

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Invitation Only Classes Please note: Invitation to the following programs are at the gymnastics coach’s discretion.

Age 8-17 8-17 8-17 8-17

Deadline 3/3 3/4 3/5 3/6

Fee (PRE/BAS/MR/NR) $71 /$84 /$105 /$126 $71 /$84 /$105 /$126 $71 /$84 /$105 /$126 $71 /$84 /$105 /$126

Call the weather hotline to check the status of your activity Programs: option 5 Field rainouts: option 6 513.229.8502 Swim team: option 7

Activity 232384-01* 232384-02* 232384-03* 232384-04*

PRE: Premier pass holder

BAS: Basic pass holder

MR: Mason resident

NR: Non-resident


MARTIAL ARTS

VOLLEYBALL

Tae Kwon Do Beginner

Girls’ Youth Volleyball Coach Registration

Meeting Room Tae Kwon Do is a well-balanced Korean martial art that specializes in kicking skills. No previous experience is necessary for this class. Adults, teens, and children will train together in a family-oriented program. Parents of all participants under the age of 13 are asked to remain on site during class. Please note: A Tae Kwon Do uniform is not required for participation in this class. A uniform may be required for any participants who would like to enjoy this program long-term. Day Date Tu,Th 2/4-2/27 Tu,Th 3/4-3/27

Time 6:30-7:30P 6:30-7:30P

Age Deadline Fee (PRE/BAS/MR/NR) 5 & up 1/28 $39 /$46 /$58 /$69 5 & up 2/25 $39 /$46 /$58 /$69

Activity 211100-01 211100-02

RUNNING

Running 101 Fitness Center Thinking about running a 5k but don’t know where to start? Whether you are new to running or have been taking a running break, the Mason Community Center training group will assist you in achieving your running goals. The group will meet twice a week for structured, challenge, and fun runs that will gradually build up to participating in Mason’s Run and Sun 5K on Sunday, June 8, 2014. Registration for the race is included in your fee. There is no better form of motivation than training with a group and making new friends who like running, too! Day Date M,W 3/17-6/4

Time 6:00-7:00P

Age Deadline Fee (PRE/BAS/MR/NR) Activity 15 & up 3/10 $144 /$170 /$195 /$220 261500-01

Defining Your Residency Status Many people with a Mason mailing address do not live within the city limits. Parts of Deerfield Township have a Mason mailing address and may also be in the Mason School District, but they are outside the city limits. The earnings taxes paid by Mason residents help pay for the many benefits that are not available to non-residents. This is why Mason residents pay less for programs and events offered by Mason Community Center than non-residents. Want the best deal? Receive 15% off program fees and priority registration by becoming a Mason Community Center Premier member. For additional membership benefits, visit us online at www.imaginemason.org/things-to-do/community-center/ membership/premier-membership.

To register, see page 2.

The success of the Girls’ Youth Volleyball program is due to the many men and women who volunteer to coach or assistant coach their child's or another team. Volunteers are needed for the 2014 season. All coaches are required to: •  Register as a volunteer by March 14 using activity number 266300-02. •  Complete the volunteer application printed with your receipt. •  Be fingerprinted at the Mason Police Department anytime between 8 a.m. and 4 p.m., Monday through Friday, by March 15. Bring a valid photo ID—driver's license, passport, state ID card—and specify you are being fingerprinted for the City of Mason's Girls Youth Volleyball Program.* •  Provide your National Youth Sports Coaches Association (NYSCA) certification number to Dana Maidenberg at dmaidenberg@ masonoh.org or in the question group associated with registration. To obtain or renew certification, visit www.nays.org and follow the links •  Complete the Youth Sports Concussion Training (available at www.nfhslearn.com/electiveDetail.aspx?courseID=38000) and send the certificate of completion along with date completed to Dana Maidenberg at dmaidenberg@masonoh.org. *Fingerprints are scanned and sent electronically to the Ohio Bureau of Criminal Investigation. Volunteer Coaches Age 18 & up

Deadline 3/14

Activity 266300-03

Girls’ Youth Volleyball Gymnasium Learn or refine your bumps, sets, spikes, and serves in this recreational volleyball league. You’ll have two weeks to practice with your new team before playing six weeks of games against other teams in the same age bracket. The season will end with a tournament during the last week. Each player will receive a T-shirt and volleyball to keep. Please register by March 14, when Mason Community Center staff will begin team assignments. You will be notified before April 1 about your team assignment, who your coach is, and what time your practices will be. Day Date Tu,Th 4/1-5/29 Tu,Th 4/1-5/29

Time 6:00-9:00P 6:00-9:00P

Age 7-8 9-10

Deadline Fee (PRE/BAS/MR/NR) Activity 3/14 $150 /$177 /$202 /$227 266300-01 3/14 $150 /$177 /$202 /$227 266300-02

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Race To Anyplace:

Another reason why Mason is so great! Mason is rated the 7th Best Place to Live in the United States and fundraising events like Race To Anyplace, hosted by Mason Community Center, and Light The Night, an evening walk in early fall where supporters and survivors carry illuminated balloons in honor of, support of, or in memory of their loved ones, are examples of one of the many reasons why. These Leukemia & Lymphoma Society (LLS) fundraising events raise much-needed money that helps support research and patient services. They also help to raise awareness and put faces to blood cancer. A familiar face to many Mason residents is Ken Murawski. Many people know Ken or one of his four daughters. Ken is facing another tough battle, but all of his family and friends are rallying around him, giving him the love and support he needs to fight his cancer. “In March, I will be participating in The Race to Anyplace for the fourth year in a row,” writes Ken Murawski’s oldest daughter, Amanda. “My father, who helped start this event for LLS, my three younger sisters and I look forward to Race every year to raise money in hopes that, in the future, other families won’t have to go through this experience. The Race to Anyplace, as well as other fundraisers put on by The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society, has made the experience of having a father with leukemia much more positive than one would think. My whole family is so appreciative of everyone who supports The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society,” she added. To join as an individual or a team, please see the registration information at right. And, if you’d like information on any of the other fundraising campaigns that LLS hosts, or the patient services offered, please visit www.lls.org/soh or call 513.698.2828.

SATURDAY, MARCH � � a.m. � � p.m.

MASON COMMUNITY CENTER

Ride to win the race against leukemia and lymphoma! Competitive Level Friends/Family Level

teams of 4 to 12 riders compete on stationary bikes to see who can “ride” the farthest anyone who can reach the pedals can ride

Every �� minutes, a new rider jumps on as a new heat begins. A DJ plays pumping music to keep you motivated and moving. Spin instructors will instruct for at least one heat per hour. Complimentary food and drinks will be available throughout the day to keep you fueled. All participants will receive a free Community Center day pass; family members pay only half price. No team? Join the Mason Community Center or Leukemia & Lymphoma Society house team. Registration and Information: www.racetoanyplace.org/soh Race to Anyplace is a fund-raising event that helps support research and patient services for those affected by leukemia and lymphoma.

THINGS TO DO UNDER $20

FEBRUARY Date

18

Event

MARCH

Price

Page

Date

Event

Price

Page

2/5

New Resident Coffee

Free

6

3/3

CPR/AED Classes

$0-$10

9

2/5

Blood Pressure & Body Composition Checks

Free

10

3/5

New Resident Coffee

Free

6

2/5

eBay Buying

$17-$30

10

3/5

Blood Pressure & Body Composition Checks

Free

10

2/6

Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome

Free

8

3/5

Digital Photo 1

$17-$30

9

2/7

Parents’ Night Out (Premier Only)

Free

6

3/7

Parents’ Night Out (Premier Only)

Free

6

2/7

Hula Hoop for a Healthy Heart

$12-$23

12

3/7

Hula Hoop Fitness – Disco

$12-$23

12

2/10

National Breakfast Month

Free

10

3/10

What to do Until Help Arrives

$10-$18

8

2/102/24

What to do Until Help Arrives

$10-$18

8

3/11

Tower Garden

Free

9

3/12

Evening with the Experts: Eating Disorder Panel Discussion

Free

8

2/103/17

Personal Training Clinics: Push-Pull

$12-$23

14

11

2/12

Evening with the Experts: Anorexia and Bulimia

Free

8

2/122/26

What to do Until Help Arrives

$10-$18

8

2/12

eBay Selling

$17-$30

10

2/13

In Love with Chocolate

$8-$15

10

2/14

Couples Candlelight Yoga

$15-$27

12

2/19

SpyWare and Anti-Viruses

$17-$30

9

2/21

Parents’ Night Out (Premier Only)

Free

6

February / March 2014

3/12

Meet Your Nutritional Goals

Free

3/123/26

What to do Until Help Arrives

$10-$18

8

3/12

Digital Photo 2

$17-$30

9

3/19

Digital Photo 3

$17-$30

9

3/21

Parents’ Night Out (Premier Only)

Free

6

3/243/31

Grocery Store Scavenger Hunt

Free

10

3/26

Digital Photo 4

$17-$30

9

3/28

Teen Scene: Underwater Photography

$10-$18

7

BAS: Basic pass holder

NR: Non-resident

PRE: Premier pass holder

MR: Mason resident



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