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AMERICAN RED CROSS BLOOD DRIVE The American Red Cross will hold blood drives here at the Community Center. Special Type O&B Drives are scheduled here at our Community Center in our South Atrium. Please mark your calendars. Give Blood - The Gift of Life. Please call 1-800-GIVELIFE to schedule an appointment. Walk-ins will be taken as schedule permits. Time: 2:00 pm - 7:00 pm in the South Atrium Dates: March 4, May 6, July 1, & Sept. 9

OOPS! We canceled it the program because we didn’t know you were coming! Sometimes excellent courses are canceled when too many people wait until the last minute to register. Please avoid disappointment and try to register as soon as possible or at least one week before the course begins.

HULA HOOPING FUN & FIT Registration: Mail-in; walk-in to the Community Center; phone in with Mastercard or VISA Instructed by: Gerri McCully For ages 16 and up! Hula-hoop Fitness is a fun new workout that is too fun to be exercise. It integrates dance and movement with weighted hula hoops that will tone the major muscle groups, burn calories and leave you feeling happy and energized. Hooping promotes weight loss, tones abdominal muscles, strengthens the core, increases flexibility, energy, relieves stress, relaxes the mind, promotes creativity and self-expression. Participants need to bring their own 1.5 lb hula hoop and a spillproof water bottle. Please wear close fitting nonbulky workout clothes (so the hoop is able to freely flow around the body) and gym shoes. (For a hula hoop fitting and purchase call Gerri McCully (216) 214-6234 or gerrimc@hoopinghipsOhio.com.)

adult/special interest

NOTE: ALL DATES ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE Families with more than one person enrolled in the same general recreation class will be eligible for the family discount. The first person in the same class will pay full price and a $10.00 discount for each additional family member in the same class. (Family definition - Adult head of household and his/her spouse or partner and dependent children occupying same household age 18 and under.)

FOREST HILL PARK NATURE WALK Cleveland Heights has a gem in its own back yard. Forest Hill Park is that gem. The park has 235 acres, which is owned by the cities of Cleveland Heights and East Cleveland, and home to some wonderful wildlife. The City of Cleveland Heights will have a guided hike through Forest Hill Park with a naturalist, on Thursday nights, one every month from May through August at 7:00 pm 8:30 pm. Dress to hike with sturdy shoes or boots. We will hike rain or shine and will meet in the front of the Community Center. Come and see what a natural wonder we have in our back yard! Dates: May 23, June 27, July 25, and August 22 5th ANNUAL EARTH DAY RUN Runners and walkers, the City of Cleveland Heights will sponsor a 5K Run/Walk on Wednesday, April 24, 2013. The 5K run (3.1 mile) will start at 6:45 pm (Rain or Shine - no Rain Date). This event is a fund raiser for the Youth Scholarship Fund. The route is completely in Forest Hill Park using East Cleveland and Cleveland Heights path within the park. The entry fee is $15 Pre-Registration and $19 Day of the Race (cash and checks only). The mail-in registration deadline is Monday, April 22. Preregistration: Checks are made out to HMA Promotions. Mail to City of Cleveland Heights Earth Day Run, 40 Severance Circle, Cleveland Heights, OH 44118 or Register online at www. hmapromotions.net

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Days: Dates: Dates: Dates: Time: Location: Cost:

Saturday Spring Code 11296 March 9 - April 27 (no class 3/30 & 4/6) (6 classes) Summer 1 Code 11319 May 11 - June 22 (no class 5/25) (6 classes) Summer 2 Code 11323 July 13 - Aug. 17 (6 classes) 11:00 am - 12:00 pm Aerobic Room Cleveland Heights Resident with Rec ID or Field House Pass: $32.00 Others: $38.00

TAI CHI CHUAN (Yang Style) Registration: Mail-in; walk-in to the Community Center; phone in with Mastercard or VISA Instructed by: Robert Rhym Ages 18 and up. A good cardio warm up will begin the class followed by learning a series of 18 movements. Participants will work on balance, strength and body awareness while learning the 18 movements. No martial arts application is in the first set of 18 movements. Once participants have learned the 18 movements, they will progress on

Parks and Recreation - Spring and Summer 2013  
Parks and Recreation - Spring and Summer 2013  

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