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Make A Splash!

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Operating Hours Monday – Friday

5:00am – 10:00pm


7:00am – 8:00pm


9:00am – 6:00pm

Venue hours may vary. See a current class schedule or go online to for specific venue hours.

FEATURES 14 It’s a Kroc Thing - feat. Darlene Steinkamp 23 Trainer Spotlight: Ryan Pabisiak

Reduced Hours & Closures December 31

New Year’s Eve

9:00am – 3:00pm

January 1

New Year’s Day

9:00am – 5:00pm

March 30

Good Friday

5:00am – 5:00pm

April 1

Easter Sunday

Closed (except for Kroc Church)

ON THE COVER: (l-r) Kroc Lifeguard, Darlene Steinkamp along with Kroc Aquatic Specialist, Nanette Johnson explain how The Kroc has changed their lives.

GENERAL INFORMATION 4 How to Register for Classes 4 The Major Message 5 Membership 6 Facility Age Guidelines / Scholarships 26 Activities by Age 28 Rentals & Birthday Parties 29 General Policies


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KROC Our Vision

The Kroc Center in Quincy will be a place of Inspiration, Instruction, and Involvement in our community by providing hope and opportunities for all people through spiritual and physical wellness, educational enrichment, and life skills development.

PUBLISHED BY: The Salvation Army Ray & Joan Kroc Corps Community Center, 405 Vermont Street, Quincy, Illinois 62301. For questions or concerns please email us at

CONGREGATIONAL LIFE 8-9 Kroc Church, Fellowship, Music + Praise AQUATICS 11 American Red Cross Lifeguarding 12-13 Swimming Lessons FITNESS 11 16 18

Aquatic Fitness Fitness and Wellness Personal Training

SPORTS LEAGUES + RECREATION 19-20 Golf, Volleyball, Basketball, and Pickleball 21 Martial Arts for Youth and Adults KIDS + FAMILY 7 The Ledge Game Room, Huck’s Hideout, Kroc Café 8 K.R.O.C. Kids: Youth Character Building 9 Family Movie Nights 10 Kroc Academy After School, School’s Out Day Camp ARTS + EDUCATION 22 Piano Lessons

Show us how you are #krocstrong We foster an environment where individuals are enabled to reach their maximum potential physically and spiritually, while providing the opportunity to be involved in the mission of The Salvation Army. We are Inspired by God’s Holy Spirit, Instructed by God’s Word, and Involved in God’s work.

Welcome to the Kroc Community

Contact Us General Information............................................ 217-222-5762 Aquatics................................................................. 217-231-5619 Birthday Party / Rentals.......................................... 217-231-5636 Kroc Café...............................................................217-231-5645 Day Camps / After-School.....................................217-231-5658 Emergency Shelter................................................217-222-8655 Family Services......................................................217-222-2087 Family Store (Quincy)........................................... 217-224-5998 Fitness & Wellness.................................................217-231-5638 Huck’s Hideout Kid Care......................................217-222-5762 The Ledge Game Room....................................... 217-231-5644 Marketing & Development..................................... 217-231-5626 Memberships.........................................................217-222-5762 Scholarships...........................................................217-222-5762 Sports & Recreation..............................................217-231-5635 Volunteering.........................................................217-231-5633

A Note from the Majors MAJORS ANDY & CHERYL MILLER Area Commander & Senior Kroc Officer A new year begins and brings with it renewed life in what moves us and makes us come together as a community. We hope the new season brings faith, prosperity, and balance to your life. Let The Kroc Center be a part of your community by becoming involved in some of our many programs and activities. As the promise of spring weather draws near, why not try something new. You’ll always feel welcome in one of our group fitness classes. The Kroc is the place to be for fitness, swimming lessons, martial arts, golf, piano lessons, or our youth character development programs. We have something for you and your family to enjoy year-round. The Kroc Community includes your spiritual well-being as well. Ask us about how you can become part of our congregation. God bless you.

Worship / Ministry................................................ 217-231-5674 Youth Ministry......................................................217-231-5667

Meet Our Captains

How to Register for Classes See our activity pages for program and class descriptions and other details. Choose the date(s) and session(s) for classes you’d like to attend. Watch for registration deadlines to avoid late fees. Schedules, pricing, programming and policies are subject to change without notice.

Stop in and register at either the Welcome/Control Desk.


This is the best way to make sure you are in the correct class and that all paperwork is completed ahead of time.

Drop-In Classes available for purchasing only in person at our Welcome Desk.

Call 217-222-5762 and pay by credit card. This reserves your spot in the activity of your choice.



You must also fill out a Program Enrollment Form available at either of our courtesy desks. Please come at least 15 minutes early to your first class to get this done.

1. Find your registration # 2. Go to: 3. Go to ‘Register for Classes Online’ 4. S earch for your class and register Remember to print-out and bring your receipt and waiver with you.

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A/CAPTAINS MIKA & GRACE ROINILA Auxiliary Captains of The Salvation Army The Kroc Center is pleased to welcome Auxiliary Captains Mika and Grace Roinila to Quincy. Our new Congregational Life Officers come to the Gem City from Mishawaka, Indiana, where they served as soldiers in The Salvation Army’s South Bend Kroc Center. They have been married for 30 years, and are the proud parents of four adult children and one grandson. Both have been active in ministry and outreach over the years and look forward to working with The Salvation Army and the Kroc Center in Quincy.

Registering in Advance for Roster Classes is Just a Click Away We’re pleased to offer you an easy and fast way to register for select roster classes. • Mobile optimized and available where you work or play. • Large and bright photos and text. • Easier to navigate web pages make finding information a breeze.

Our web page is mobile optimized

Go to to register for select classes

Welcome to the Kroc Community

FREE for Members*

Which Membership is Right For Me? WHAT YOU ENJOY

*Available child watch in Huck’s Hideout, while you use the facility. Check out Club Ledge on pg 7




Aquatic Center

Gymnasium & Indoor Track

Cardio & Weight Area

The Ledge Game Room

Locker Rooms

FREE Equipment Orientation

Discounted Swim Lessons

Pool Pals Service (See page 6)

FREE Huck’s Hideout Child Watch

FREE Rock Wall Climbing

FREE Guest Passes per Year



FREE Drop-In Fitness & Aquatic Classes






Discount on Youth After-School & Day Camps Discount on Kroc Programs & Activities


New, expanded age limits in The Ledge for Members, ages 6-11.


1 FREE Personal Training Fitness Assessment

Equipment rental fees may apply. Fees apply. Must have a facility usage waiver signed. 3Excludes martial arts, leagues, and rec programs. Free Personal Training Fitness Assessment is NOT a training session and not included with any membership special promotions.





Regular 1-Year Membership

Applications available at the Welcome Desk or at: Payments are accepted annually or by automatic monthly withdrawal. Ask us about corporate memberships.

full When paid in ar ye for 1-




.50 monthly


Ages 13–17




.38 monthly


Ages 62 & up



.05 monthly




.60 monthly


Ages 13–17



.05 monthly


Ages 62 & up



$220.50 per year

$264.60 per year

$151.20 per year

$264.60 per year

$315.90 per year




Ages 18–61









$352.80 per year


$630.00 per year




$730.80 per year


Try us out for a day to enjoy everything we offer. Fees apply to our group fitness and aquatic classes. Youth (ages 3–12)


Adult (ages 13+) 10-Day Punch Pass



8.50 75.00


ROCK CLIMBING 11 years & under must

have a parent/guardian present. Ages 12–15 must have a parent in the building. Ages 16 years and up may be alone. *Additional rental fees may apply. ALL MEMBERS CLIMB FREE* Non-Member Youth (17 years & under) Non-Member Adult (18 years & up)

3.00 $ 5.00 $




$434.70 per year




$756.00 per year

Extra Month

for FREE Details on back cover

PLUS Additional Saving s. HURRY, Limited Time Offer.


$126.00 per year

Ages 18–61

Receive an




$869.40 per year

DROP-IN CLASSES Register up to 30

minutes before your fitness or aquatic class begins. GOLD MEMBER


Silver Member Non-Member

Members rock climb for FREE. (additional rental fees may apply)

FREE* / $3.00 $ 8.50

*We offer many classes that are free. Select Drop-In fitness and aquatics classes are $3.00 for Silver members.


Discount valid for active military personnel only. Please present a current valid military ID. Adult (ages 18–61)


Family (up to 5 people) Family+ (over 5 people)


18.11 per month

36.23 per month $ 44.63 per month

Bring a friend for a post-workout drink or quick meal in our Kroc Café.

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Welcome to the Kroc Community

How to Volunteer

We need you!

Facility Age Requirements Our game room lowers supervision age for members

There are many rewarding opportunities available. From Emergency Disaster Services to bell ringing and youth programs, The Salvation Army has a place for you. Our volunteers are held to the same high standards as our employees including background checks and youth protection training. To learn more about volunteering with The Salvation Army please contact Jeremy Koren at 217-231-5633. Search “salvationarmyquincy” to witness how we serve

THE LEDGE FREE GAME ROOM: Members can enjoy the facility while their children, ages 6 and up, are supervised and entertained in The Ledge. Member parent/guardian MUST remain in the building during this time.

‘Pool Pals’ gives members a helpful option POOL PALS: Children of members, ages 8–11, are allowed to enjoy our Aquatic Center while their parent or guardian exercises in another area of the building. Member parent/

Silver Sneakers Benefits & Eligibility The Healthways SilverSneakers® Fitness program is an insurance benefit included in more than 65 Medicare health plans. Through SilverSneakers®, health plans and group retirement plans provide a gym membership to their insured, usually at no additional cost. Eligibility is determined by your individual health plan. You may check your eligibility on the Healthways SilverSneakers® website: or ask a desk attendant at The Kroc Center. The SilverSneakers® benefit offered by the Kroc Center is equivalent to a Golden Ager Silver Level Membership. Additional benefits through other levels of SilverSneaker ® participation may not be offered by the Quincy Kroc Center. Gold Level Membership is not offered as a benefit of SilverSneakers® at the Quincy Kroc.

Ask us about this exciting benefit

guardian MUST remain in the building during this time.



6-7 8-11 12-13 14-15 16+

Aquatic Center *Applies to Members only


Big Red Water Slide Must be 48’’ tall & under 300 lbs.

Rock Wall

Financial Assistance:


It was Joan Kroc’s vision to provide all individuals with equal opportunities to grow their natural gifts and talents.

Fitness & Wellness Classes

The Ledge Game Room *Members DO NOT require supervision by adult (age 15+).



Walk / Run Track Weight Equipment *Permitted ONLY with Teen Fit


Cardio Equipment *Permitted ONLY with Teen Fit


Certification. See page 18

See how Joan Kroc’s vision became a reality at

The Refreshment Services Pepsi Kroc Scholarship Program helps provide access to memberships for those who might not be able to afford them. Additionally, the program is funded by donations and community efforts throughout the year. Scholarships are available in amounts of 25%, 50% and 75%. No full scholarships awarded. Ask us how YOU can help! C: 0 M: 0 Y: 0 K: 0

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1. Fill out the application and guidelines: Pick one up from the Welcome Desk or download one at:

2. Complete your scholarship application: Attach all household

Certification. See page 18


Huck’s Hideout Family Cabana Rooms Locker Rooms Day Camps / After-School

Grades K - 6

 AY PARTICIPATE WITHOUT A PARENT OR GUARDIAN ADULT IN THE M FACILITY General facility policy allows anyone age 16 and up to use the facility without an adult.

income verification documents to your completed application.

MUST HAVE A PARENT OR GUARDIAN ADULT IN THE FACILITY Adult does not need to be present in the activity area or venue.

3. Submit your application: Completed applications, with copies of


your household income documents, may be submitted to the Welcome or Control Desks.


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Please consult individual department supervisors or a Welcome Desk Attendant for further information.

1 Select a Sandwich Your Side FRIDs AforY$S5* 23 Pick And a Drink 3 Item

Grab & Go





*Select one of each

View our regular café hours & menu at:

The Ledge FREE Game Room Always Supervised by the Kroc Staff

Open to ages 12 and up. All participants must check-in with The Ledge attendant. Non-members: signed waiver required. Children under 12 MUST be supervised by a parent/guardian at least 15 years of age. Members: Children ages 6–11 must check-in at the Control Desk to receive an armband for unsupervised play while members enjoy the rest of the facility. Member parent/guardian MUST remain in the building during this time.

Huck’s Hideout

Supervised Child Watch

FREE for Members *while you use the facility

Huck’s Hideout provides a safe, caring environment for your child to have fun and make friends, while you participate in any activity in the facility. Affordable rates are available for non-members. *Parents must remain in the building while using the Huck’s Hideout Kid Care service. Open to children ages 6 months to 7 years. There is a 2-hour limit per child, per day.





CONNECTION 5:00–7:00pm


GLOW NIGHTS 5:00–7:00pm

MEMORY POP Normal hours

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Mondays, 3:00–4:30pm

Beginner brass band or guitar that incorporates group instruction and music theory. In the Worship Theater. Ages 8–18.


Mondays, 3:00–4:30pm

Dive into a digital after-school learning program that empowers youth and communities with meaningful and critical life skills. These engaging, dynamic, and interactive online courses tackle a variety of topics. The Ledge. Ages 8–18.


Mondays, 5:00–6:00pm

Teens develop spiritual gifts in fine arts to share the Gospel of Jesus Christ, while preparing for monthly performances and enhancing their leadership skills. Grades 6–12. In the Worship Theater.


Congregational Life SUNDAY WORSHIP

Mondays, 6:00–7:00pm

Combine your love for God with your love for music. You’ll have an opportunity to practice and participate in leading worship for Sunday services. Both vocalists and instrumentalists are encouraged to attend. Ages 14+. In the Worship Theater.


Mondays, 7:15–8:15pm

Play inspirational, challenging, and fun music. If you play an instrument, (brass or percussion preferred) join us in the Worship Theater. Ages 14+. Our nursery is available at this time.

ORANGE 252: RETHINK SUNDAY SCHOOL Sundays, 9:15–10:15am

All Ages Various Rooms

A hands on approach to applying God’s Word to our lives through Bible instruction that combines the light of the church (yellow) with the love of a family (red) to make a greater and lasting impact (orange).

SUNDAY WORSHIP SERVICE Every Sunday at 10:30am

All Ages Worship Theater


All Ages Worship Theater

Join with other Christian denominations for a unique Good Friday service featuring ministers and music from Quincy area churches.


All Ages Worship Theater

SONrise Service: 8am. Easter Breakfast 9:15am. Holiness Worship 10:30am.

DIVISIONAL MUSIC SCHOOL Jan 13, Feb 10, Mar 10, Apr 14 Saturdays, 6:00am–3:00pm An opportunity to play in graded brass or vocal ensembles and choose other gospel art electives. Transportation provided for ages 8–18 from The Kroc to St. Louis. Depart at 6:00am, arrive to Gateway at 9:00am, leave at 12:15pm and return to The Kroc at 3:00pm. Cost is free.

Every Wednesday starting January 3

$5.00 Annual Emblem Fee $5.00 T-Shirt Fee (optional) $10.00 Sash Fee (optional Only when school is in session


Various Rooms 2:00–4:00pm

After-school fun, filled with movies, games, fitness, singing and snack all leading up to our exciting character building programs. Children learn about God while enjoying these various rotations and preparing for special Singing Company performances.

CHARACTER BUILDING PROGRAMS: Children explore God’s word and His world; while developing new skills, talents and habits that will earn them emblems and prepare them for an adventure with Christ.

FELLOWSHIP Small groups aimed at involving & instructing individuals throughout their spiritual journey with Jesus Christ.

MOONBEAMS Boys & Girls Grades Pre K–K

Green Room 4:00–5:00pm

CORPS CARRY-IN Sunday, March 18, 12:00–1:00pm

SUNBEAMS Girls Grades 1–5

Bluffs Rooms 4:00–5:00pm

FREE, All Ages Meadows

WOMEN’S MINISTRIES Tuesdays, 10:00–11:00am

Ages 14+ Family Services Building


Meadows 4:00–5:00pm

WOMEN’S BIBLE STUDIES Tuesdays, 11:00am–12:00pm

Ages 14+ Family Services Building

GIRL GUARDS Young Women Grades 6–12

Bluffs A 5:30–7:00pm

WEDNESDAY DEVOTIONS Wednesdays, 10:00–10:30am

Ages 18+ Meadows B


Bluffs B 5:30–7:00pm


Ages 14+ Meadows A

Wednesdays, 5:30–6:30pm


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K.R.O.C. Kids Divine Service Award Ceremony Sunday, February 25, 10:30am • During Worship Service


You and your family are invited.

LIFE WITH SPICE Tuesdays, 6:30–8:00pm

Women Ages 14+ Bluffs A

Spice up your life by joining other women in enjoying easy and engaging crafts. This time of fellowship lends opportunity to support one another through life’s challenges. Excludes the 3rd Tuesday of the month. See a class schedule for the specific weekly activity.

CANCERVIVE Women Ages 14+ 3rd Tuesday of each month, 6:30–8:00pm Bluffs A Women are encouraged to share their stories of survival at this cancer survivor support group.

MEN’S CLUB Ages 18+ Saturdays, Jan 27, Feb 24, Mar 24, Apr 28, 8:00am Location: TBA Our ministry of men involve themselves in a variety of projects. This will be a Dutch treat breakfast with shared devotional.

TEEN L.I.F.E. (LIVING IN FAITH EVERYDAY) Fridays, 7:00–8:30pm

Grades 6–12 Bluffs C, D

Teens develop a closer relationship with God and grow as individuals while exploring ideas, values, and faith within a supportive community.

FINANCIAL PEACE UNIVERSITY Sundays, January 28 – March 25, 4:00–6:00pm

Meadows C Book fee may apply

Follow Dave Ramsey to learn practical steps to beat debt, take control of your money, build wealth, give generously and secure your family’s future in a 9-week class. Register online at or at the Kroc Center.


Join us for these fun activities.

FAMILY MOVIE NIGHT FREE to All Ages Sundays, Jan 28, Feb 25, Mar 25, Apr 22, 4–6pm Meadows Spend quality time with family and friends. Enjoy a movie, popcorn and soda then be entered in for a family drawing. Parental/Guardian supervision required. Check Welcome Desk for monthly movie listings.

Congregational Life + Church “Whatever you do, work at it with all your heart, as working for the Lord.” - Colossians 3:23 THE SALVATION ARMY WOMEN’S AUXILIARY Fridays, Feb 9, Mar 9, Apr 13, 12:00pm

Meadows B

The Women’s Auxiliary helps to raise public awareness of The Salvation Army, to facilitate services to the needy, and to strengthen the local Salvation Army ministries. Our annual fund raiser supports the annual Dress an Angel Project. Members also volunteer throughout the year for various ongoing programs with Family Services, Family Store, and the Kroc Center. Membership is open to all women in the community ages 18+. $10.00 annual membership.

BROTHERHOOD OF CHRIST: MEN’S GROUP FREE to Ages 18+ 2nd and 4th Tuesday of each month Meadows C 6:00–7:30pm Men are provided the resources to develop Godly character and help equip them to influence their world for Jesus Christ.

ORDINARY WOMEN, EXTRAORDINARY GOD: WOMEN’S GROUP FREE to Ages 18+ 2nd and 4th Tuesday of each month Meadows B, 6–7:30pm Women unite in Bible study, prayer, ministry, fellowship, and accountability to share God’s love and encourage one another.

LUMBERJACK PANCAKE BREAKFAST Saturday, March 10, 9:00am–12:00pm $6 ages 12+, $3 ages 4–11, FREE ages 3 and under

All Ages Meadows

Flannel up and hike on over to The Kroc for some lumberjacks and pancake stacks. Our character building troops will be serving a breakfast bound to make your whole family TIMBER before you leave.

SUPER BOWL SUNDAY PARTY FREE to All Ages Sunday, February 4 Starts at 5:00pm in The Meadows Enjoy the big game on the big screen. Bring your own dish to share and contribute to the Youth Ministry Programs with their walking taco fundraiser.

SUPER HERO PASTA BAR DINNER Youth Ministries Fundraiser Saturday, February 10, 5:00–6:30pm Meadows Ages 12 & up: $10, Ages 4–11: $5, Ages 3 and under: FREE It’s a bird! It’s a plane! It’s the Super RJ Kroc!? Join our super heroes as they boom, bam and pow in the kitchen to devise the most kroc-tacular all-you-can-eat dinner.

FAMILY PRAISE NIGHT Sundays, March 4, April 14, 5:00pm

FREE to All Ages Worship Theater

BUNNY HOP EASTER PARTY FREE to ages 12 & under Saturday, March 31, 10:00am–12:00pm Meadows Celebrate Easter with treats, games, crafts, activities, and Bible lessons. Open to the public, sign-in when you arrive.

Join us for a night of worship filled with prayer and praise.

View more Kroc Church events at

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• Both School’s Out Day Camp and Kroc Academy are open to children grades K–6. • Our programs are always supervised by trained Kroc Center staff. • Dates and times are subject to change. Please see for the most up to date calendar. Register online by going to

Kids Love the Kroc

out! School’s

When School’s NOT in Session

Our Weekly After-School Program

Day Camp

Swimming, Interactive Game Room, Gymnasium, Bible Lessons, Baking, Crafts, Dance and more. Lunch and a snack are provided.

Always Supervised: Tutoring, Singing and Dancing, Swimming, Arts and Crafts, Sports and Games, Healthy Snacks and more.

$20 Members • $25 Non-Members $12 Kroc Academy Student (Non-Member) $11 Kroc Academy Student (Member) Grades K–6 • Weekly, 8:00am–5:00pm

$45.50 Member • $65 Non-Member Grades K–6 • Weekly, 2:15–5:30pm Wednesday – Friday

January 3–5


Monday – Friday

January 8–12


Tuesday – Friday

January 16–19


Monday – Friday

January 22–26



January 2



January 15



February 16 (Half Day)



February 19


Monday – Friday

Jan 29 – Feb 2



March 26


Monday – Friday

February 5–9



March 27


Monday – Friday

February 12–16



March 28


Tuesday – Friday

February 20–23



March 29


Monday – Friday

Feb 26 – Mar 2



March 30


Monday – Friday

March 5–9



April 2


Monday – Friday

March 12–16


Monday – Friday

March 19–23


Tuesday – Friday

April 3–6


Monday – Friday

April 9–13


Monday – Friday

April 16–20


Monday – Friday

April 23–27


Monday – Friday

*April 30 – May 4


Dates subject to change. Guardian Guide available online. Early DropOff (7:30–8:00am) and Late Pick-Up (5:00–5:30pm) available for an additional $5.00 each. You may register up until 8:00am the day of the camp if space is available.

Space is limited. Provide a $15.00 non-refundable deposit to reserve your child’s spot. Guardian Guide is available online. *Available for purchase beginning April 1.


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LIFEGUARDING MUST BE 15 years old by end of class Capacity: 8 Gold: $120, Silver: $140, Non-Member: $200 To teach participants the knowledge and skills needed to prevent and respond to aquatic emergencies. The course content and activities prepare participants to recognize and respond quickly and effectively to emergencies and prevent drowning and injuries. Certification valid for 2 years. Most Nationally recognized lifeguard certification. Participants must pass prerequisite testing to continue in course. (75% reimbursement if the participant does not pass the prerequisite test.) Must be able to attend entire course.

Aquatics + Swimming


2017 Aquatics International Lifeguard Management Award. For creation of the W.H.I.S.T.L.E. financial help program.

Do you need financial help? Our W.H.I.S.T.L.E. (We Help Individuals Strive Toward Lifeguard Employment) program provides a discount for uncertified people interested in lifeguarding at the Kroc. Contact the Aquatics Specialist for more information at 217-231-5676 or email: View all available job openings at

AQUATIC DROP-IN GROUP FITNESS EASY GOING Taught in Splash Zone Gold: FREE, Silver: FREE, Non-Member: $8.50

Ages 13+ Capacity: 12

February 19–24 March 26–28 April 9–14

Registration Deadlines: Feb 14, Mar 21, Apr 4 Mon – Fri 4:00pm – 9:00pm AQ18W2121 Sat 10:00am – 4:00pm Mon – Wed 9:00am – 6:00pm AQ18W3121 Mon – Fri 4:00pm – 9:00pm AQ18W4121 Sat 10:00am – 4:00pm

CERTIFIED POOL OPERATOR Ages 16 years & up Capacity: 10 Member & Non-Member: $350 Class participants must pass a required open-book exam. Upon passing the test, a certificate valid for five years is issued. The registration fee includes the class manual and all certification fees. Please register at least 2 weeks prior to, so books and information reach you in plenty of time. You may only register online: March 13–14 Tue – Wed 8:00am – 5:30pm

RIVER X-STREAM Taught in Current River Gold: FREE, Silver: $3.00, Non-Member: $8.50

A challenging combination of strength training, cardio and swimming exercises designed to give you a total-body workout. High-intensity class.

Perfect for anyone who suffers from achy bodies or low flexibility. A gentle activity in the comfort of the water to gain strength and flexibility. No extra strain on joints or muscle, while enjoying decreased pain and stiffness.

UP STREAM Taught in Current River Gold: FREE, Silver: FREE, Non-Member: $8.50

All Aquatic Fitness classes

FREE for Gold

Ages 13+ Capacity: 15


Join an instructor on a resistance walk or jog though out Current River. A fun way to increase mobility, balance, strength and cardio endurance. Perfect for those with limited mobility.

KROC KOMBO Taught in Lap Pool Gold: FREE, Silver: $3.00, Non-Member: $8.50

Ages 13+ Capacity: 10

A high-intensity combination of all our aqua fitness classes combining cardio, flexibility and strength training. Various equipment provided.

Ages 13+ Capacity: 12

KROC-LOGIX Taught in Lap Pool Gold: FREE, Silver: $3.00, Non-Member: $8.50

Ages 13+ Capacity: 10

Dynamic, high energy, low impact training. Our AquaLogix equipment expands resistance training in combination with the water to produce dramatic results. Benefits include muscle and core strength, flexibility, coordination, balance, quickness, cardiovascular, neuromuscular, etc.

GRAB A CLASS SCHEDULE FOR TIMES AND DAYS View a current Class Schedule at

Also available at the Welcome Desk.

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Aquatics + Swimming Lessons

The area’s ONLY Infant Swim of America



Skill Level


Day of Week


Date Range


Time of Day

INFANT RESCUE TRAINING / PRIVATE LESSONS Taught by Infant Swim of America Certified Instructors ____________________________________________________ Certified instructors teach infant swim recovery techniques to help reduce and help prevent accidental drowning. 15 minute lesson. Capacity: 1.

In Person or By Phone Register for swim lessons at the Welcome/Control Desk or call 217-222-5762. Advance registration is required and space is limited.

We Are Committed to Water Safety

12 MONTHS – 5 YEARS 1 Participant / 6 Lessons



Online Go to and click on the Register for Classes link. Sign in, fill in the requested class registration number, and make a secure online payment. Remember to print out and bring your receipt and waiver. You MUST register for swim lessons 5 days prior to class start date or a $10.00 late fee will be applied to your registration fee.

Registration Policies • L ate registrations will be accepted with a $10 surcharge. We accept late registrations until the first scheduled day of class as space allows. • No registrations accepted after classes begin. • Any class not meeting the minimum number of participants may be canceled. Refunds/transfers will be made at our Control Desk upon approval from the Aquatics Specialist within the first week of the session. • Swimmers that do not meet class requirements will be given a refund or transferred into the next session.

Parent’s Guide • Arrive early to familiarize your child with The Kroc pool. • Have your child shower to remove any lotions, soaps, or perfumes prior to entering the pool. • Lifeguards are final authority on rules and regulations in the pool area. • Do not use the pool if you’ve shown any signs of illness or diarrhea the past 24 hours. • Kids under 3 years must wear a swim diaper. • No shoes or food/drink. All pool rules apply. • Class levels are frequently repeated to allow students to master skills and feel successful before moving on to a new level. Patience is the key to learning how to swim. • Classes with low attendance (2 or less) will be cut by 15 min. for that day. • Participants can be dropped off 10 minutes prior to class. • Participants must be picked up immediately following class.


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Parent or caregiver accompanies child in class

12 – 23 MONTHS

Introduces self rescue techniques along with games that focus on water comfort and basic swim skills. Mon Jan 8–Feb 26 5:30–6:00pm / 6:00–6:30pm AQ18W1101A/B Mon Mar 12–Apr 30 5:30–6:00pm / 6:00–6:30pm AQ18W3101A/B



Participants are introduced to self rescue skills, swim strokes, and water safety techniques. No class Saturday, March 31. Tue, Thu Jan 9–Feb 1 Sat Jan 6–Feb 24 Tue, Thu Feb 6–Mar 1 Tue, Thu March 6–29 Sat Mar 10–May 5 Tue, Thu April 3–26

5:30–6pm / 6–6:30pm 9–9:30am / 9:30–10am 5:30–6pm / 6–6:30pm 5:30–6pm / 6–6:30pm 9–9:30am / 9:30–10am 5:30–6pm / 6–6:30pm

AQ18W1202A/B AQ18W1602A/B AQ18W2202A/B AQ18W3202A/B AQ18W3602A/B AQ18W4202A/B

Aquatics + Swimming Lessons

We reserve the right to cancel any class or activity at our discretion if minimum participation levels are not met. For more info on swim lessons, contact the Aquatic Specialist at 217-231-5676 or email

CLASS CAPACITY: 5 • GOLD: $33 SILVER: $38.50 NON-MEMBER: $55 W ith Flotatio n - Entire Clas s BEGINNER _________________________________________________ Introduces beginning swimmers to the water in a fun setting. Children learn floating and water safety through play and creative repetition and take instruction from an instructor. No swim experience required. • Suitable for kids who can attend class independently (parents are not present in this class) • Goggles optional

KROCODILES Tue, Thu Sat Tue, Thu Tue, Thu Sat Tue, Thu


No class Saturday, March 31

Jan 9–Feb 1 Jan 6–Feb 24 Feb 6–Mar 1 March 6–29 Mar 10–May 5 April 3–26

5:30–6pm / 6:05–6:35pm 9–9:30am / 9:35–10:05am 5:30–6pm / 6:05–6:35pm 5:30–6pm / 6:05–6:35pm 9–9:30am / 9:35–10:05am 5:30–6pm / 6:05–6:35pm

No class Saturday, March 31

4 – 6 YEARS AQ18W1203A/B AQ18W1603A/B AQ18W2203A/B AQ18W3203A/B AQ18W3603A/B AQ18W4203A/B

7 – 11 YEARS

Jan 6–Feb 24 10:10–10:40am / 10:45–11:15am AQ18W1606A/B Mar 10–May 5 10:10–10:40am / 10:45–11:15am AQ18W3606A/B

Flotatio n - Tr ansitio ning INTERMEDIATE _________________________________________________ Continue to work on balance in the water through stroke development and water safety skills, working to become an independent swimmer. • Suitable for kids who can swim with their face in the water • Who can float on front and back with no assistance • Goggles required

LOBSTERS Tue, Thu Sat Tue, Thu Tue, Thu Sat Tue, Thu


No class Saturday, March 31

Jan 9–Feb 1 Jan 6–Feb 24 Feb 6–Mar 1 March 6–29 Mar 10–May 5 April 3–26

4 – 6 YEARS

5:30–6pm / 6:05–6:35pm AQ18W1204A/B 9–9:30am / 9:35–10:05am AQ18W1604A/B 5:30–6pm / 6:05–6:35pm AQ18W2204A/B 5:30–6pm / 6:05–6:35pm AQ18W3204A/B 9–9:30am / 9:35–10:05am AQ18W3604A/B 5:30–6pm / 6:05–6:35pm AQ18W4204A/B

No class Saturday, March 31

Jan 6–Feb 24 Mar 10–May 5

7 – 11 YEARS

10:10–10:40am / 10:45–11:15am 10:10–10:40am / 10:45–11:15am

AQ18W1607A/B AQ18W3607A/B

Flotatio n - L imite d ADVANCED _________________________________________________ Swimmers develop endurance, improve breathing patterns and refine all swim strokes including flip turns and starts. • Suitable for kids who can swim 1 length of the pool: (freestyle with rotary breathing and backstroke) • Goggles required

STARFISH Tue, Thu Sat Tue, Thu Tue, Thu Sat Tue, Thu

Jan 9–Feb 1 Jan 6–Feb 24 Feb 6–Mar 1 March 6–29 Mar 10–May 5 April 3–26


No class Saturday, March 31

Jan 6–Feb 24 Mar 10–May 5

5:30–6pm / 6:05–6:35pm 9–9:30am / 9:35–10:05am 5:30–6pm / 6:05–6:35pm 5:30–6pm / 6:05–6:35pm 9–9:30am / 9:35–10:05am 5:30–6pm / 6:05–6:35pm

No class Saturday, March 31

4 – 6 YEARS AQ18W1205A/B AQ18W1605A/B AQ18W2205A/B AQ18W3205A/B AQ18W3605A/B AQ18W4205A/B

7 – 11 YEARS

10:10–10:40am / 10:45–11:15am AQ18W1608A/B 10:10–10:40am / 10:45–11:15am AQ18W3608A/B


___________________________________________________ Private or semi-private swim lessons are available for participants of any ability. 30 minute classes. Capacity: 1–2.

4 YEARS & UP 1 Participant: 8 Lessons



2 Participants: 8 Lessons

MEMBER: $104



Kroc Aquatics is committed to maintaining a clean and healthy swim environment. Classes will be canceled if a pool maintenance issue or inclement weather occur. Class cancellations will be refunded the day of class. The Kroc pool will close immediately for 45 minutes to 24 hours if an illness or bathroom incident occurs in the swim area. Health and safety protocols are conducted prior to reopening. Any purchased swimming lessons not used after 1-year will become void and invalid. Winter / Spring 2018 | | 217-222-5762


Kroc Feature Article

KROC It’s more than a job, it’s a

thing Darlene has gone from lifeguard, to instructor, to Aquatic Program Lead, and all the while she never thought of it as just a job.

Story by Beau Becraft

Photography by Adam Duesterhaus


arlene Steinkamp embodies the Three I’s of The Kroc Center – Inspire, Instruct, and Involve. Throughout her time as part of The Kroc Center’s Aquatics Department, Darlene has evolved both professionally and personally. At age 15, Steinkamp, like many others her age, was seeking a part-time job. “I always thought being a lifeguard would be fun,” she recalls. But she had little to no experience in the water. Still, she was undeterred in pursuing this new venture. “The process [at first] was difficult,” she says. “I never learned the true strokes, so I had to rely completely on athletic ability to get through the initial swim test. Then came the book test, which wasn’t as hard thanks to having a great teacher.” Following those initial tests, Darlene knew that aquatics was her calling and she knew that The Kroc Center was the place she wanted to work. And thanks to great training, she became a confident and skilled swimmer before being hired as a lifeguard at The Kroc. “I knew I wanted to teach swim lessons. First, I read an entire book about how to teach children to swim. I would sit and watch lifeguards teach lessons while I took mental notes,” she says. “Eventually, I was able to get in the water and teach beginner lessons.”


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(l-r) Darlene with Aquatic Specialist, Nanette Johnson

Darlene says that it’s never enough for her to be good at something. Though she was finally teaching lessons, she was determined not to stop there. “I want to be the best at everything I do,” Darlene says. “So, after my lifeguarding shifts, I would ask Nanette Johnson (Aquatics Specialist) and Naomi Huber (former Head Lifeguard and current Special Events Coordinator of The Kroc Center) to teach me proper techniques. Then, I would practice repeatedly until I had it down.” She attributes her close relationship with her students to her experience in learning to become a skilled swimmer herself. “I understand how hard the process is for these kids. I’ve been through it. And I think that’s what truly helps me relate to them as they learn to become proficient swimmers, too.” Steinkamp’s determination and drive allowed her to continue climbing the ladder. Before long, she found herself in the position of Head Lifeguard, which included new responsibilities and more opportunities to challenge herself. But, she didn’t stop there. “It took a long time and a lot of hard work to become head guard,” she recalls. “I’m proud of everything I have accomplished in life, but I’m never satisfied. There is always something I can do to better myself.” And better

herself she did. Darlene quickly moved up from Head Lifeguard to Aquatic Program Lead, yet another position in which she found herself faced with new responsibilities and opportunities. Included in those responsibilities were teaching fellow and future lifeguards, leading and training all positions within the aquatics department, and more. The position became another chance for Darlene to shine and put her can-do attitude to work. “As the aquatics program lead, I do have a lot of responsibilities. But, this doesn’t feel like work to me,” she states. “I love what I do. I aspire to keep finding new ways to teach children and be able to adapt to their learning style.”

means the world to me that they run to hug me when they see me or they don’t want their lesson to end. I love the time I spend with my students,” she offers.

Darlene’s involvement at The Kroc Center doesn’t stop merely in the aquatics department, however. “She is the first to lend a hand wherever it’s needed. And in a facility that offers so much, that extra hand can make a world of difference,” Nanette Johnson says of Darlene. “When I tell people I work,” says Darlene, “I tell them I work at The Kroc Center – not a specific venue within The Kroc Center. I love The Kroc as a whole, and I love lending a helping - Darlene Steinkamp, hand wherever it is Aquatic Program Lead needed.”

The Kroc is where I was able to grow as a person. It helped shape me into who I am today.

Her desire to continually learn and be accommodating to children of all ages and skill levels is something that parents have taken notice of. Aquatics Specialist Nanette Johnson has seen firsthand the impact that Darlene has had on families. “Darlene is able to see a need and meet it,” Nanette offers. “She adapts. And that’s something parents really respond to. In fact, there are some families that will wait until Darlene is available to teach lessons simply because of the trust Darlene has built with their children. It’s a true testament to what an impact she has made since she became a lifeguard over five years ago.” It’s the biggest compliment for Darlene, too, who says, “every child I teach has a piece of my heart and I want to see them succeed. It

Through it all, she feels her experience at The Kroc Center has prepared her for whatever comes her way in life. “I started working at The Kroc when I was 15. It has prepared me for so much more than just college,” she says. “The Kroc is where I was able to grow as a person. It helped shape me into who I am today. The support system I’ve developed here makes me feel like there’s nothing that I cannot accomplish. Nanette has been such a great resource and an even better mentor to me. In all, The Kroc Center is my family. It’s where I’ve met some of my best friends. I would not be where I am today without the guidance and support of Nanette and The Kroc Center.” If you have an inspirational story to tell, share it at:

Nanette Johnson Aquatic Specialist

Kroc Aquatics is committed to water safety. Our American Red Cross certified lifeguards and ISA trained instructors make learning fun and our small class sizes ensure your child retains valuable life-saving skills.

2017 Aquatics International Lifeguard Management Award

The SEILER in Excellence Programming Award Winner for WHISTLE Program

Area's ONLY Infant Swim of America Certified Facility

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LOW-IMPACT CARDIO Gold: FREE • Silver: FREE • Non-Members: $8.50

Capacity: 20 Ages 13+

Low-impact, easy-to-follow cardio exercises designed to increase your heart rate, but not hurt your joints. Great for all fitness levels.

KROC H.I.I.T. Gold: FREE • Silver: FREE • Non-Member: $8.50

Capacity: 15 Ages 13+

This quick, 30-minute class combines strength and cardio in a series of high intensity intervals to get a total body workout in a short amount of time.

BUTTS & GUTS Gold: FREE • Silver: FREE • Non-Member: $8.50

All Group Fitness Classes

Fitness FREE for Gold + Wellness Members

This class focuses on strengthening the muscle groups of your lower body: quadriceps, hamstrings, glutes, and inner/outer thighs, as well as your abdominals and obliques.

We’ve got an ALL NEW Cycling Room!


No registration deadlines - just DROP-IN. Register up to 30 minutes before class. Space is limited. AMPD POWER FLOW Gold: FREE • Silver: $3.00 • Non-Member: $8.50

Capacity: 15 Ages 13+

From the creators of Kettlebell AMPD. This program fuses together kettlebells, resistance bands, and yoga inspired movements. Each class delivers a calorie burning, low-impact workout that will help you gain strength, balance, and flexibility.

KETTLEBELL AMPD Gold: FREE • Silver: $3.00 • Non-Member: $8.50

Capacity: 15 Ages 13+

Kettlebell AMPD takes heart-pumping music and your favorite kettlebell moves and combines them into a class filled with calorie-torching fun. This full-body workout is for anyone looking to gain strength and have fun. Weights vary, workout can be adjusted, moves modified to fit your needs.

POUND® Gold: FREE • Silver: $3.00 • Non-Member: $8.50

Capacity: 20 Ages 12+

Channel your inner rockstar with this full-body cardio jam session inspired by the infectious, sweat dripping fun of playing the drums. Using Ripstix™, lightly weighted exercise drumsticks, torch calories, and drum your way to a leaner, slimmer physique – all while rocking out to your favorite music.

Capacity: 20 Ages 13+

KROC CYCLING Gold: FREE • Silver: FREE • Non-Member: $8.50

Capacity: 18 Ages 13+

This high-energy cardio workout is an unmatched way to make your fitness goals a reality. With no complicated moves to learn, getting into the best shape of your life has never been more fun. New students please come early for assistance with proper bike set up.

KROC DANCE FITNESS Gold: FREE • Silver: FREE • Non-Members: $8.50

Capacity: 25 Ages 12+

Work on your dance moves and your fitness in this cardio-inspired dance class! This class combines easy-to-follow moves with a variety of music so you’ll never get bored. No dance experience necessary.

FIT 4 LIFE Gold: FREE • Silver: FREE • Non-Member: $8.50

Capacity: 25 Ages 13+

This class is designed for the beginning exerciser and seniors who want to stay fit for life. The low-impact cardiovascular and weight training included in this class are sure to help you increase your strength, balance, and coordination.

ZUMBA® Gold: FREE • Silver: $3.00 • Non-Members: $8.50

Capacity: 25 Ages 12+

Dance your way to a fitter you. Inspired by Latin dance and music, Zumba® uses a variety of dance styles with music alternating between fast and slow rhythms for a cardiovascular workout that is both fun and easy to follow. Ditch the workout, join the party. No dance experience necessary.


PILATES Gold: FREE • Silver: $3.00 • Non-Members: $8.50

for Gold Members

Engage the mind and condition the body in this mixed level mat Pilates class that blends strength training and flexibility training to improve your posture and everyday movements. All levels welcome.


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Capacity: 18 Ages 13+

Fitness + Wellness GRAB A CLASS SCHEDULE FOR TIMES & DAYS Available at the Welcome Desk. You may view a current Class Schedule at


Taught by Certified Les Mills Instructors

All Les Mills Group Fitness

FREE for Gold Members

BODYCOMBAT™ Capacity: 15 Gold: FREE • Silver: Class fees vary • Non-Member: $8.50 Ages 13+

BODYPUMP™ Capacity: 19 Gold: FREE • Silver: Class fees vary • Non-Member: $8.50 Ages 13+

An empowering cardio workout which totally unleashes you. This fiercely energetic program is inspired by martial arts and draws from a wide array of disciplines such as karate, boxing, taekwondo, tai chi, and muay thai. Strike, punch, kick, and kata your way through calories.

The original barbell class that strengthens your entire body. This workout is designed to improve strength and endurance in all the major muscle groups while simultaneously burning calories for fat loss. The combination of great music and your choice of weights gets you the results you want.

BODYFLOW™ Capacity: 20 Gold: FREE • Silver: Class fees vary • Non-Member: $8.50 Ages 13+

CXWORX™ Capacity: 15 Gold: FREE • Silver: Class fees vary • Non-Member: $8.50 Ages 13+

An athletic blend of Yoga, Tai Chi, and Pilates that builds flexibility and strength and leaves you feeling centered and calm. Controlled breathing, concentration, and a carefully structured series of stretches, moves, and poses to music create a holistic workout bringing the body into a state of harmony and balance.

Looking for a short, sharp workout that will inspire you to the next level of fitness? Based on scientific research, this 30-minute class really hones in on the torso and sling muscles that connect your upper and lower body. It’s ideal for tightening your tummy and tush, while also improving functional strength and assisting in injury prevention.

LES MILLS™ and its respective classes: BODYPUMP™, BODYCOMBAT™, BODYFLOW™, BODYATTACK™, and CXWORX™, are trademarks of Les Mills International LTD. ZUMBA® is a trademark owned by Zumba Fitness, LLC. POUND® and Ripstix® are registered trademarks of Pound Rockout workout, LLC. All trademarked classes are used under license through certified instructors.

Let us instruct you along your fitness journey

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Share your fitness journey online and show us how The Kroc inspires YOU!

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Fitness + Wellness


Kroc Personal Training

$10 Members • $20 Non-Members Realistically set fitness goals and measure progress with this 20-minute appointment that includes body fat percentage, BMI, and waist-to-hip ratio measurements. Register at the Control Desk.

WE TRAVEL TO YOU With Rent-2B-Fit, we give you the chance to rent an instructor for a private group fitness class on the date and time of your choice. Workout alongside friends, co-workers or relatives. Class dates and times are dependent upon instructor availability. Class fees/sizes vary. Class location is dependant upon equipment used. Members






Non-Member $35 NOT a Personal Training session Members

25% OFF


37 Non-Member $50 $

5 Sessions

3 Sessions

1 Session




.25 161 Non-Member $215

101 Non-Member $135 $



10 Sessions

20 Sessions



315 Non-Member $420 $

570 Non-Member $760 $


1 Session

3 Sessions

5 Sessions







Non-Member $180

10 Sessions

20 Sessions



435 Non-Member $580 $



FREE EQUIPMENT ORIENTATION FREE for everyone • No appointment necessary Fitness equipment can be intimidating. How do you use it? What muscle groups does it work? We’re here to help you answer those questions with our free equipment orientations, which will teach you the basics of how to use our equipment. No appointment is necessary. Simply ask a Kroc Fitness and Gym Attendant.

February is American Heart Month. What better way to improve your heart health than finishing a marathon. Walk or run your way to the finish line on a treadmill, elliptical, using our indoor track, or a combination of all three. The goal is for participants to finish 26.2 miles within 28 days. Think that’s too easy? Sign up for the ultra-marathon and finish 50 miles within 28 days. All activity must be completed in The Kroc Center. All finishers receive a prize. Registration limited to Kroc Center members.

Non-Member $295



Non-Member $1,120 18

Teens learn the proper usage of The Kroc fitness equipment covering basic safety, fitness etiquette and resistance training. Upon completion, a special permit card allows them use of both cardio and weight equipment. Sign-up at the Control Desk.

Indoor Marathon or Ultra • Begins February 1 Ages 14+, $10 per person • Must register by Jan 31



Members ONLY • Ages 13–15 • $40



Non-Member $65


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FREEZER MEAL PREP CLASS In partnership with the Broadway Hy-Vee Registered Dietitian. See a Class Schedule for dates, times. Ages 13+. Register at Welcome Desk. Join a Registered Dietitian for an easy meal prep session and leave with meals for your whole family to enjoy. Arrive to find all ingredients shopped for, washed, and arranged at each meal-building station. All ingredients and supplies will be provided, so all you have to do is assemble the meals.

• Advance registration is required for all leagues & tournaments and registration deadlines apply. Space is limited. • Registration forms available at the Welcome/Control Desks. • You may register online at • The Kroc Center reserves the right to cancel any program if minimum participation requirements are not met. Register for any league at

Learn From The Pros

Sports + Recreation In conjunction with area golf professionals and the Gateway PGA Foundation, The Kroc Center hopes to introduce the game of golf to kids in our area through proper technique and hands-on experience.

THE KROC OFFERS GOLF CLUB RENTALS FOR ADULTS AND KIDS Fee is $20 per golf set. Please contact Kristy Stegeman at 217-231-5635 for more information.


Ages 6 & up $55 per individual

Each session will consist of four golf lessons with our golf professionals. Meet at the Knights of Columbus Driving Range located at 700 South 36th Street in Quincy. Please contact the Kroc Recreational Sports Specialist at 217-231-5635 for more information. Students will progress through different lessons. This progression will be determined by the instructor. Register at The Kroc Center. BEGINNER 1 Tue Apr 10 – May 1

Register by Apr 8 5:30pm – 6:30pm RS18W1615

BEGINNER 2 Wed Apr 11 – May 2

Register by Apr 8 5:30pm – 6:30pm RS18W1613

INTERMEDIATE 1 Thu Apr 12 – May 3

Register by Apr 8 5:30pm – 6:30pm RS18W1614

ADVANCED 1 Sat Apr 14 – May 5

Register by Apr 8 10:00am–11:00am RS18W1616

ADVANCED 2 Sat Apr 14 – May 5

Register by Apr 8 11:00am–12:00pm RS18W1617

Anyone may rent a golf set for the summer*

*Limited availability starting March 1. Please have height info ready when registering. Must pick up at The Kroc. Winter / Spring 2018 | | 217-222-5762


Sports Leagues + Recreation ADULT VOLLEYBALL LEAGUES

Ages 18+ $150 per Team

ADULT CO-ED RECREATIONAL VOLLEYBALL Non-competitive league where games are laid-back rather than competitive. Standard co-ed rules apply. Mon

Jan 8 – Mar 5


Register by Jan 5 RS18W1501

ADULT CO-ED POWER 4-vs-4 VOLLEYBALL Fast-paced, competitive, power league. 4 players on the court at a time, 2 males and 2 females. There are NO spike line or female hit rules within this league. Wed

Jan 10 – Mar 7


Register by Jan 3 RS18W1502

ADULT CO-ED COMPETITIVE VOLLEYBALL Competitive league with standard co-ed rules enforced. Men can spike from behind the 10-foot line only. Fri

Register by Jan 2 • No games March 2 Jan 12 – Mar 16 6:00–10:00pm RS18W1503


Ages 18+ $300 per Team

MEN’S SILVER BASKETBALL LEAGUE Laid-back, recreational version of the men’s gold league. Current and former college athletes (under the age of 35) are not allowed in this division. Games are played full court. Mon

Mar 12 – May 14

Register by Mar 5 6:00–10:00pm RS18W1491

MEN’S GOLD BASKETBALL LEAGUE Competitive games played full court at a faster pace. Current and former college athletes must play in this division (unless above the age of 35). Teams are guaranteed 8 games. Thu


Ages 18+ $60 per Team of 2

Bring a partner and compete in this unique league. Competitive and recreational divisions available. Equipment will be provided. RECREATIONAL / INTERMEDIATE Register by Jan 2 Tue Jan 9 – Mar 6 6:00–10:00pm RS18W1450 COMPETITIVE Thu Jan 11 – Mar 8



Register by Jan 4 RS18W1451

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Mar 15–May 17


Register by Mar 8 RS18W1490

Kids & Adults


Ages 7+

KARATE Gold: $36, Silver: $38, Non-Member: $40 Instructor: Tay Sonethongkham

Ages 7+ Bluffs C, D

Join Shoshinkan Sogo Budo School of Martial Arts to learn the ancient art of Karate. Develop physical skill, mental discipline, respect, self defense, focus & much more. Gi or uniform is required and available for $35.

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MONDAYS & WEDNESDAYS Register by Jan 3, Feb 1, Mar 1, Mar 28 January 8 – 31 5:45 – 6:35pm RS18W1120 February 5 – 28 5:45 – 6:35pm RS18W2120 March 5 – 28 5:45 – 6:35pm RS18W3120 April 2 – 25 5:45 – 6:35pm RS18W4320

MONDAYS & WEDNESDAYS Register by Jan 3, Feb 1, Mar 1, Mar 28 January 8 – 31 6:45 – 7:35pm RS18W1112 February 5 – 28 6:45 – 7:35pm RS18W2112 March 5 – 28 6:45 – 7:35pm RS18W3112 April 2 – 25 6:45 – 7:35pm RS18W4312

TUESDAYS & THURSDAYS Register by Jan 4, Feb 1, Mar 1, Mar 29 Jan 9 – Feb 1 5:45 – 6:35pm RS18W1225 Feb 6 – Mar 1 5:45 – 6:35pm RS18W2225 March 6 – 29 5:45 – 6:35pm RS18W3225 April 3 – 26 5:45 – 6:35pm RS18W4425

TUESDAYS & THURSDAYS Register by Jan 4, Feb 1, Mar 1, Mar 29 Jan 9 – Feb 1 6:45 – 7:35pm RS18W1213 Feb 6 – Mar 1 6:45 – 7:35pm RS18W2213 March 6 – 29 6:45 – 7:35pm RS18W3213 April 3 – 26 6:45 – 7:35pm RS18W4413

DEFEND YOURSELF: ADULT SELF-DEFENSE PROGRAM Members: $50, Non-Members: $60 Ages 16+ Bluffs C, D Instructor: Tay Sonethongkham Come learn what you can do to protect yourself against possible attackers. Practice simple, effective fight, and escape techniques. Join us for an epic 3 series class of self-defense skills that could save you from a bad situation. Our instructors from the Shoshinkan Sogo Budo School of Martial Arts have over 150 years of combined experience in martial arts. Our head instructor is a 7th Degree Black belt & has been training in martial arts for over 30 years! In this program you will be taught basic strikes and self-defense skills including moves against: wrist grabbing, collar grabbing, neck grabbing, bear hug, and more. Become #krocstrong with us and join us for this thrilling class. Mon, Wed, Fri

Jan 22, 24, 26

Register by: Jan 18, Feb 14 6:40 – 7:45pm RS18W1199

Mon, Wed, Fri

Feb 19, 21, 23

6:40 – 7:45pm


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LEVEL 1 Gold: $30, Silver: $35, Non-Member: $50 Ages 8–11 Supplies needed: Bastien Piano Basics Book - Level 1, WP201. Pre-requisite: Beginner Piano or equivalent skill level.


Jan 9 – Feb 13

Register by: Jan 4, Feb 22 5:00 – 5:30pm EA18W1210


Feb 27 – Apr 3

5:00 – 5:30pm


LEVEL 2 Gold: $30, Silver: $35, Non-Member: $50 Ages 8–11 Supplies needed: Music Book Bastien Piano Basics Book - Level 2, WP202. Pre-requisite: Beginner Piano, Level 1, or equivalent skill.

Arts & Education Instructor: Anne Stupavsky

Location: Music Room


Jan 9 – Feb 13

Register by: Jan 4, Feb 22 6:00 – 6:30pm EA18W1220


Feb 27 – Apr 3

6:00 – 6:30pm


LEVEL 3 Gold: $30, Silver: $35, Non-Member: $50 Ages 8–11 Supplies needed: Music Book Bastien Piano Basics Book - Level 3, WP203. Pre-requisite children’s beginner piano, Level 1, 2 or equivalent skill.


Jan 9 – Feb 13

Register by: Jan 4, Feb 22 6:30 – 7:00pm EA18W1230


Feb 27 – Apr 3

6:30 – 7:00pm


MUSIC CHILDREN’S PIANO - MINI MOZARTS Gold: $30, Silver: $35, Non-Member: $50

Ages 5–7

A great intro to piano for the young student and early beginner. Our goal is to have you learn 6 familiar songs. Supplies required: Bastien Piano Basics book: Primer B-Piano for the Young Beginner WP231.



Jan 11 – Feb 15

Mar 1 – Apr 5

Register by: Jan 6, Feb 24 4:00 – 4:30pm EA18W1401 4:30 – 5:00pm EA18W1402 5:00 – 5:30pm EA18W1403 4:00 – 4:30pm 4:30 – 5:00pm

EA18W2401 EA18W2402

5:00 – 5:30pm


ADULT PIANO: BEGINNER Gold: $30, Silver: $35, Non-Member: $50 Ages 12+ Supplies needed: Music Book - Bastien: The Older Beginner Piano Course Level 1, WP32. No pre-requisite needed. Our goal is to teach basic skills.


Jan 11 – Feb 15

Register by: Jan 6, Feb 24 5:30 – 6:00pm EA18W1410


Mar 1 – Apr 5

5:30 – 6:00pm


Spring Piano Recital | Thursday, April 12 | 6:00pm

The spring recital for all youth and adult piano and Mini Mozart classes highlighting everything they learned throughout their lessons.

CHILDREN’S PIANO: Gold: $30, Silver: $35, Non-Member: $50 Ages 8–11 No past piano experience required at this level. Student will learn finger numbers, notes, rhythm, and some theory. Supplies needed: Music Book - Bastien Piano Basics Book - Primer Level. Pre-requisite: Beginner Piano or equivalent skill level. Supplies needed: WP200 Bastien Piano Basics Book - Primer Level.


Register by: Jan 4, Feb 22


Jan 9 – Feb 13

4:00 – 4:30pm 4:30 – 5:00pm

EA18W1200 EA18W1201


Feb 27 – Apr 3

4:00 – 4:30pm 4:30 – 5:00pm

EA18W2200 EA18W2201


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• Advance registration is required. • L ate registrations accepted with a $10 surcharge.

• Any class not meeting the minimum number of participants may be canceled at our discretion. Refunds/transfers will be made at our Control Desk.

Weight loss is his

SPECIALTY! Kroc Personal Trainer Ryan recently became the area’s only NASM Certified Weight Loss Specialist.


he goal of those who work with a personal trainer is achievement – the achievement of goals both personal and physical. But what are the goals of the personal trainer? In the case of Ryan Pabisiak, a personal trainer at The Kroc Center, goals work both ways. Ryan creates goals for his personal training clients. He helps his clients achieve those goals. And when he’s not doing that he’s creating and achieving goals for himself.

Ryan Pabisiak, Certified Kroc Personal Trainer Ryan has over 12 years of personal training experience and has been with The Kroc for over 6 years.

LEARN MORE: about Ryan and all of our personal trainers online at: personal-training Check us out online

Recently Pabisiak earned his weight loss certification from The National Academy of Sports Medicine. It’s an academy he knows well, having previously studied under NASM when working to become a certified personal trainer. It was the institute’s prestige that encouraged Ryan to return and achieve his new certification. “All of the programs are developed from comprehensive scientific research supported by The National Association of Sports Medicine Research Institute at The University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill,” he says. To earn the certification Pabisiak studied the health effects of obesity, physiology and psychology of weight control, avoiding and breaking weight plateaus, nutrition strategies for weight management, and basic training methods for weight loss. Throughout his studies he found a wealth of interesting information about weight loss, particularly the obesity epidemic currently faced by the nation. “Many do not fully grasp the magnitude of obesity,” Ryan says. “To facilitate a better understanding of

the scale of people considered obese we have to take a look at some United States population statistics. The current US population stands at 323 million and 38% of those individuals are obese. This exhibits a significantly elevated risk for severe health complications.” Those who seek to take matters into their own hands in losing weight may be doing more harm than good however. Pabisiak says there are many common misconceptions when it comes to losing weight both safely and effectively. “One of the biggest misconceptions is the manipulation of micronutrients,” he says. “You need all of those nutrients. You need protein, you need carbohydrates and fat from your daily calorie intake for a healthy weight loss experience.” Having learned this information on the path to earning his weight loss certification Ryan now looks forward to helping his personal training clients lose weight and keep it off the correct way. “This new certification allows me, as a health professional, to develop and implement a safe and effective plan for weight loss [for my personal training clients],” says Ryan. “I can define the different diseases or conditions that accompany obesity, teach to my clients the scientific aspect of weight loss and control, and also educate them on ways to handle psychological obstacles and set goals for themselves.”

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125 Years of

This year the Quincy Salvation Army celebrates 125 years of serving the community.

Quincy, Illinois Story by Matt Schmidt

2018 will be a special year for The Salvation Army as it celebrates 125 years of serving Quincy, Illinois and the surrounding area. January 21, 1893 was the official charter date that established the Quincy Corps. On that day in 2018, The Salvation Army will kick off a year-long celebration with a special guest. Carol Jaudes is director of the USA Eastern Territory’s Special Events & Arts Ministries Bureau. But before that, she spent five years on Broadway performing in the critically acclaimed musical “CATS” as Jennyanydots. During her visit to Kroc Church to commemorate the 125th Anniversary of the Quincy Salvation Army, Carol will perform her one-woman show titled “The Three Bonnets.” She will highlight the lives of the three

most important women in Salvation Army history. Her performance will be followed by a luncheon featuring past Salvation Army officers stationed in Quincy along with current and former advisory board members. The Quincy Salvation Army is planning to hold special events throughout the year to not only highlight its history, but to let the community know about all the programs and services it offers. Those include the emergency shelter, food pantry, disaster services, youth camps, and the family store. While many things have changed in 125 years, the mission of The Salvation Army has remained on track

A Year Long Celebration featuring all the ways The Salvation Army provides services.


21, 2018

Join us as we welcome Broadway ‘CATS’ actress Carol Jaudes to Kroc Church for a FREE luncheon at The Kroc Center.


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Feb Mar Apr May Emergency Shelter and Family Services.

Community Service.

Volunteer Appreciation.

National Salvation Army Week.

Details on exact dates to be added at a later time.

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since day one. That is to preach the gospel of Jesus Christ and to meet human needs in His name without discrimination. The Salvation Army is first and foremost a church. Its founder, William Booth, was mainly interested in saving souls. But he realized that social improvement might have to come before religious conversion. So he built a social program of food kitchens and housing which became the foundation of what The Salvation Army is still known for today.

women and families. It also has a food pantry and daily bread line that serves thousands of people each year. The new Family Store opened in 2015 to offer more retail space and jobs in the community. Donated items that are sold at the store help fund services at the emergency shelter. Staff and volunteers with the Quincy Salvation Army also put in countless hours to bring the Ray and Joan Kroc Corps Community Center to town. It opened in 2011 with a vision to be a place of Inspiration, Instruction,

Matt Schmidt

Gifts Advisor for The Salvation Army To Make a Donation: Contact Matt Schmidt at 217-231-5694 or matt_schmidt@usc.

Since coming to Quincy in 1893, The Salvation Army has provided food for the hungry and safe shelter for the homeless. Before long, disaster services became part of The Salvation Army. Local staff and volunteers would respond to fires, tornadoes, floods, and hurricanes to serve drinks and meals to first responders, workers and victims. Today, the Quincy Salvation Army runs a 24-hour emergency shelter for men,


Donut Day. Youth Summer Camps.


Emergency Disaster Services.

Aug Family Store.

and Involvement in our community by providing hope and opportunities for everyone through spiritual and physical wellness, educational enrichment and life skills development. Join us in 2018 as we mark 125 years of service to the Quincy area and look forward to meeting the needs of our neighbors for years to come.


The Kroc Center 7th Anniversary.

Go to for more information.


Open Air Service in Washington Park.

Contact the Development Director, Patty Douglas, at 217-231-5627 or patty_douglas@usc. Contact Regional Social Services Director, Heidi Welty, MSW at 217-222-2087 or heidi_welty@usc.


Christmas Campaign Kickoff. Community Thanksgiving Dinner.


Bucket Blitz. Food and Toy Distribution. Community Christmas Dinner.

Activities by Age



Parent/Baby: Learn to Swim - Tadpoles 12 mos – 23 mos Infant Rescue Training - Private Lessons 12 mos – 4 yrs Parent/Toddler: Learn to Swim - Frogs 24 mos – 3 yrs Preschool: Beginner - Krocodiles 4 yrs – 6 yrs Preschool: Intermediate - Lobsters 4 yrs – 6 yrs Preschool: Intermediate - Starfish 4 yrs – 6 yrs Private Training - Swim Lessons & Water Therapy 4 yrs and up School Age: Beginner - Alligators 7 yrs – 11 yrs School Age: Intermediate - Otters 7 yrs – 11 yrs School Age: Advanced - Seahorses 7 yrs – 11 yrs Pool Pals1 8 yrs – 11 yrs Kroc Kombo 13 yrs and up Easy Going 13 yrs and up Kroc-Logix 13 yrs and up River X-Stream 13 yrs and up Up Stream 13 yrs and up American Red Cross Lifeguarding Must be 15 years old by end of class 1

Activity requires a member parent/guardian in the building.

FITNESS & WELLNESS Zumba® POUND ® Kroc Dance Fitness Personal Training AMPD Power Flow Kettlebell AMPD Beginner Strength Butts & Guts Fit 4 Life Kroc Cycling Low-Impact Cardio Kroc H.I.I.T. Stretch & Strengthen Pilates Les Mills CXWORX® Les Mills BODYCOMBAT® Les Mills BODYFLOW® Les Mills BODYPUMP ® Teen Fit Certification Kroc Freezer Meal Class Rock Climbing


12 yrs and up 12 yrs and up 12 yrs and up 13 yrs and up 13 yrs and up 13 yrs and up 13 yrs and up 13 yrs and up 13 yrs and up 13 yrs and up 13 yrs and up 13 yrs and up 13 yrs and up 13 yrs and up 13 yrs and up 13 yrs and up 13 yrs and up 13 yrs and up 13 yrs – 15 yrs 13 yrs and up All Ages / Must be able to fit in harness

SPORTS & RECREATION AGES Kroc Golf Academy Karate Defend Yourself, Self-Defense Class Basketball Leagues Pickleball Leagues Volleyball Leagues


6 yrs and up 7 yrs and up 16 yrs and up 18 yrs and up 18 yrs and up 18 yrs and up

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EDUCATION & FINE ARTS AGES Children’s Piano Adult Piano

5 yrs – 11 yrs 12 yrs & up

CONGREGATIONAL LIFE Orange 252: Rethink Sunday School Sunday Worship Service United Good Friday Service Easter Sunday Worship Service Kroc Academy School’s Out Day Camp Afternoon Prelude Moonbeams Adventure Corps - Explorers Sunbeams Youth Music Ensembles / Youth Virtual Education

Adventure Corps - Rangers Girl Guards Club Ledge Tournament Tuesday Club Ledge Glow Nights Club Ledge Connection Club Ledge Memory Pop Creative Ministries Divisional Music School Bunny Hop Easter Party Brass Band Praise Team Women’s Bible Study Women’s Ministries Family Praise Night Wednesday Devotions Family Movie Night Lumberjack Pancake Breakfast Super Hero Pasta Bar Dinner Super Bowl Sunday Party Family Game Night Cancervive Life With Spice Corps Carry-In Salvation Army Women’s Auxiliary Men’s Club Brotherhood of Christ: Men’s Group Ordinary Women, Extraordinary God Teen L.I.F.E.


All Ages All Ages (Nursery provided) All Ages All Ages Grades K–6 Grades K–6 Grades Pre K–5 Grades Pre K–Kindergarten (Boys) Grades 1–5 (Girls) Grades 1–5 8 yrs – 18 yrs (Boys) Grades 6–12 (Girls) Grades 6–12 Jr. & Sr. High School Students Jr. & Sr. High School Students Jr. & Sr. High School Students Jr. & Sr. High School Students Grades 6–12 8 yrs – 18 yrs 12 yrs and under 14 yrs and up 14 yrs and up 14 yrs and up 14 yrs and up All Ages 18 yrs and up All Ages All Ages All Ages All Ages All Ages Women 14 yrs and up Women 14 yrs and up All Ages 18 yrs and up 18 yrs and up 18 yrs and up 18 yrs and up Grades 6–12



Looking to d some sprin o g cleaning? Join

us for our 5 th Annual UPSCALE G ARAGE SA LE!



8:00am–1:00pm For more info or to reserve your booth call Naomi at 217-231-5636 or email

Shop, Donate Goods, and Do The Most Good. DOING THE MOST GOOD®

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Grab your friends and book your next party with The Kroc Center TODAY!



Lego Party

Unlimited LEGO’s® to play with and other fun activities led by event host. 2 hour room rental • Price $150

Movie Night

Reserve your child’s next birthday party by calling our Rentals Department at 217-231-5636 or go online to

Candy and popcorn for everyone! List of movies upon request. 3 hour room rental • Price $175

MAD Scientist Make and take home either a no heat lava lamp, slime, or crazy concrete. 2 hour room rental • Price $200

Spa Day

Enjoy manicure’s with your friends. Make your own lip balm too! 2 hour room rental • Price $225




Book Your Splash BASH at the Kroc TODAY!

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ALL PARTY PACKAGES ABOVE INCLUDE: Event host, balloon bundle, dinnerware, and a goodie bag for everyone. HS AB

General Policies CODE OF CONDUCT In order to facilitate positive life experiences while visiting The Kroc Center, mutual respect between members, guests and staff is required at all times. Failure to observe these guidelines will result in disciplinary action and/ or termination of membership privileges. Some areas have individually stated guidelines. Please make yourself informed of all rules before entering the area. Kroc Center personnel have the right to refuse service to anyone deemed disruptive or abusive. PAYMENT & PROGRAM/CLASS REFUNDS OR TRANSFERS The Kroc Center accepts cash, check, Visa or Mastercard. • Full payment is required at the time of enrollment. • No refunds are given unless the program is cancelled by The Kroc Center. • The Kroc Center reserves the right to cancel any activity due to low enrollment and will provide a full refund. If the program is cancelled by The Kroc Center, you will be given the choice of a full refund, class transfer or Kroc gift card. • If you request to cancel your class enrollment five or more days prior to the first class, you will receive a full credit on a Kroc Center gift card or you may choose to transfer to another session if available. • Requests made less than five days prior to the start date are not eligible for a refund or credit, except in the case of personal emergencies. •  Credits or pro-rated credits will not be issued for missed days of class due to illness, partial attendance, behavior issues or any other reason. • Schedules, pricing, programming and policies subject to change without notice. MEMBER DEFINITION Hereafter, the term “Member” shall be used in all policies to reference: An individual who has a current, valid membership to The Kroc Center, and is currently in good-standing with The Kroc Center, both financially and in conduct. FAMILY MEMBERSHIP DEFINITION A family membership is defined as one adult or two married adults living in a household together, with up to three additional immediate family members up to the age of 21. An immediate family member is defined as an individual, 21 years of age and younger, who is a current dependent to the adults, living at home, and must be unmarried, and have no children of their own. An individual with a disability or an elderly parent who is living in the same household will remain eligible for the family membership. If the household has more than five members, they must purchase the larger family membership if they wish for all family members to have access to The Kroc Center. All other individuals will need to acquire a separate adult membership. Verification of guardianship, family status and residency may be required. For example, tax return, utility bill, health insurance, etc. MEMBERSHIP ACCESS Membership to The Kroc Center grants members access to the following areas within The Kroc Center facility during normal operating hours: • Basketball/Volleyball courts in The Kroc Center • General use locker room (All members must pay an additional fee to rent a locker on a yearly basis). • Family Cabanas • Running/Jogging/Walking Track • Fitness Floor (must be age 16 years of age or older (Students age 13–15 may access this area, but must be supervised by an adult member at all times!) • Weight Room (must be 16 years of age or older or hold a Teen Fit Certification Card - no exceptions!)

• Aquatics Center and Splash Pad (seasonal only) • Designated Fitness Classes NOTE: Some exceptions will apply. Areas will be unavailable at times due to various programs, events and maintenance shutdowns. MONTHLY PAYMENTS/ONE TIME ANNUAL PAYMENT Membership Fees can be paid monthly via recurring debit/credit card charge. Prorated fees will be due at the time of enrollment and may vary depending on enrollment date. Any requested changes must be submitted prior to the 10th of the month in order to be processed for the following month. Annual payments may be paid in full by cash, check, Visa or MasterCard. Fees are equivalent to 12 monthly payments. The annual fee is due at time of enrollment. MEMBERSHIP PAYMENT POLICY Members may choose to pay for their membership in any of the following ways: • Cash • Check • Visa or MasterCard • Debit Card Returned/cancelled checks will be charged a $25 fee. Members who elect a monthly deduction from a debit/credit card will have one-twelfth of their yearly membership fee deducted on the 20th of each month for a period of 12 months. At the end of one year, membership deductions will continue to be taken on the 20th of each month unless a membership cancellation form has been filled out and turned in by the member. The membership cancellation fee is $50. Non-Sufficient Funds - In cases where The Kroc Center is notified by the bank or other financial institution that insufficient funds are available to pay the monthly membership fee, the following actions will be taken: • All membership cards associated to this membership will be deactivated, and all individuals listed on the membership will be denied access to The Kroc Center. • A $25 fee will be accessed each and every month to the membership, in addition to the monthly membership charge. • All fees must be paid prior to the individuals associated to the membership are given access to The Kroc Center. • These individuals will not be allowed to purchase a daily use pass to access the facility. • All questions regarding these issues shall be directed to a Welcome Desk Supervisor or the Membership Services Manager. SUSPENSION/TERMINATION OF MEMBERSHIPS The Kroc Center has the right to suspend or terminate memberships for violations of policies or stated rules, failure to pay dues or actions which violate any federal, state or local laws. Additionally, all Kroc Center members must abide by The Salvation Army’s Code of Conduct. Consequences of violations may include suspension or termination of Kroc Center access privileges. All members will undergo a background screening, and any member found to have questionable history as determined by The Salvation Army may have their HS AB membership revoked immediately. Member understands that if TSA has actual knowledge that an individual is a registered sex offender, such individual shall be denied access to The Salvation Army’s facility. Member represents to TSA, that neither Member, nor any of Member’s guests, which may from time to time attend the facility, are to Member’s knowledge registered sex offenders in any legal jurisdiction, and fur-

thermore, that Member, has an affirmative duty to TSA to immediately disclose to TSA any change in Member’s knowledge of the registered sex offender status for any family member of Member or any of Member’s guests, who may from time to time seek admittance at the facility pursuant to this Agreement. In order to promote a safe and secure environment, The Salvation Army Kroc Center has placed video cameras in various locations. As part of our commitment to the safety of children and vulnerable persons, The Salvation Army Kroc Center reserves the right to consult public sources to determine whether any member or guest of any member poses an unreasonable risk of harm to its patrons, staff, or visitors. The Salvation Army Kroc Center has the authority to make visual recordings, for its responsible use, of all individuals who enter. Although not all inclusive, the following list represents reasons for the suspension and/or termination of membership: • Failure to pay membership fees on time or in full • Continued disregard for Kroc Center policies and procedures • Fighting or abusive/profane language • Disregard for Kroc Center staff • Use of alcohol, tobacco or illegal drugs on The Salvation Army or Kroc Center property • Behavior that presents imminent danger to the individual, Kroc Center patrons or The Salvation Army staff • Disregard for our facility, equipment or property • Failed background check An individual whose membership has been suspended or terminated will NOT be entitled to a membership fee refund. • If the individual has registered for a class at The Kroc Center, they will not be allowed to take part in this class, and must contact the Membership Services Manager to determine if a refund will be provided. An individual who has had their membership terminated will not be allowed to purchase a membership to The Kroc Center for a period of at least two years, and will be required to meet with the Operations Director and Senior Kroc Officer prior to purchase. MEMBERSHIP CHANGES Any requested change that affects the billing of your membership must be submitted by the 10th of the month to be processed for the following month. If changes occur after the 10th of the month, you will receive a pro-rated amount. Membership downgrades and removal of family members are subject to a $30 change fee. CLASS/PROGRAM CANCELLATIONS Full payment is expected at the time of enrollment. No cash refunds are given unless the program is cancelled by The Kroc Center. If the program is cancelled by The Kroc Center, you will be refunded the fee via a Kroc Center gift card or check. If you request to cancel your class enrollment five or more days prior to your first class, you will receive a full credit on your Kroc Center account or you may choose to transfer to another session if available. Requests made less than five days C O R or prior to the start date are not eligible for a Krefund a credit, except in the case of personal emergencies. No credits or prorated credits will be issued for missed days of camp or class due to illness, partial attendance, behavior issues or any other reason.

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Valid December 15–31, 2017. 2 Valid December 15, 2017 to January 31, 2018. Membership must be kept active for 12 consecutive months from date of purchase, with no payment lapses. Depending on date of purchase, either the January 2019 or the February 2019 payment will be waived. All memberships paid in full will be extended one (1) free month. Offer applies to new memberships ONLY. No downgrades available. Offer expires January 31, 2018. 1

Refer-A-Friend - WIN a Membership! With Kroc Fit Friends, refer a new member and get entered to win a FREE 1-year membership for you AND your friend. Winners receive a FREE 1-year extension on their memberships. Drawing to be held December 31. Winners notified the first week in January. Plus, everyone who refers a friend gets a FREE Kroc Center T-shirt.

Purchase of a new 1-year Silver or Gold level membership is required. Referred friend may not have been a member Kroc Fit Friends Winner Mary Lovell


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The Quincy Kroc Center 2018 Winter/Spring Program Guide  

The official 2018 Winter/Spring Program Guide of The Ray & Joan Kroc Corps Community Center of Quincy, Illinois.