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May 1 – August 31, 2021

NEW

CLASSES! PHOTOGRAPHY PAINTING + COOKING See page 12

20 Crushing Goals Consistency + setting goals has changed Shane Miller’s life!

INSIDE 10 Camp Kroc - Do something FUN this summer! 26 Healthy Aging - Living and moving well. 32 The Kroc Center turns 10!

405 Vermont Street Quincy, IL 62301 KrocQuincy.org

Search ‘KrocQuincy’ online

Your Guide to 2021 Summer Classes & Events | Swim Lessons for Kids | The KrocFit Challenge will mix up your routine!


Join the

KROC

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■ Summer Student and 3 Month Summer Membership Specials start May 1.

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■ Looking for FUN child watch options this summer? Check out Camp Kroc!

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■ New! Painting and digital art class options!

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■ Swim lessons teach children life-saving skills.

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■ Dance your way to a fitter you!

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SUMMER 2021

Contents GENERAL INFORMATION 4 Note from the Captains 6 Membership Rates 29 General Policies 34 Activities by Age

FEATURE ARTICLES 20 Crushing Goals – Shane Miller 26 A Career of Caring 30 Have the Best Summer EVER! CONGREGATIONAL LIFE 8 Kroc Church + Worship 10 Camp Kroc ARTS + EDUCATION 12 Community Education + Art 13 Music Lessons AQUATICS 14 Private + Group Swimming Lessons 16 Lifeguarding FITNESS 17 Personal Training 18 Healthy Aging 22 Drop-In Group Fitness 10th ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATION 32 Fulfilling Joan Kroc’s vision to provide opportunities for individuals, children, and families.

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■ A Career of Caring: Patty retires after 35 years.

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■ Check out our family friendly ideas for a fun + healthy summer break.

Our Vision

■ Ten years later, The Kroc Center is still fulfilling Joan Kroc’s vision.

Reduced Hours & Closures May 31

Memorial Day

July 4

Independence Day

9am – 5pm

Sept 12– Oct 30

Annual Aquatic Center Shutdown and building updates.

CLOSED

Operating Hours Monday–Friday

5am – 10pm

Saturday

7am – 8pm

Sunday

Noon–6pm

Published by The Salvation Army Ray & Joan Kroc Corps Community Center, 405 Vermont, Quincy, IL 62301. For questions or concerns, please email us at info@KrocQuincy.org

The Kroc Center in Quincy fosters 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

Note from the Captains Welcome to the 2021 Summer edition of The Salvation Army Ray & Joan Kroc Corps Community Center Program Guide! As we write this, it is still only the month of March, but we know when you read this the hot days of summer will be knocking at the door. There is no better place to be working out than in our beautiful, well-maintained, air-conditioned facility. Unless of course, you enjoy the sun-warmed pavement of the Splash Pad area which opens Saturday, May 29. The Kroc Center is an all-around, family-fun place to spend an overly hot summer day. This Summer 2021 Program Guide features inspirational stories, a family-centered and entertaining summertime bucket list, and plenty of opportunities to stay in shape spiritually, mentally, and physically. We encourage you to find something new and to take advantage of all the great things YOUR Quincy Kroc Center has to offer. Throughout this publication you will notice the icon (right) next to COVID-19 program changes. Please be watching carefully for updates on safety guidelines on KrocQuincy.org as well as our Quincy Kroc Facebook page. We know God has sustained us through the past year (pandemic and all) and we know He will continue to do great things in this area through the rest of 2021!

SENIOR KROC OFFICER CAPTAIN KRISTINA & AREA COORDINATOR CAPTAIN MICHAEL SJOGREN worked with volunteers to distribute the 2020 Thanksgiving and Christmas meals outside The Kroc Center.

We join the Psalmist as he proclaims in Psalm 136:1-4

COVID-19 INFO

“Give thanks to the Lord, for he is good. His love endures forever. Give thanks to the God of gods. His love endures forever. Give thanks to the Lord of lords: His love endures forever. To him who alone does great wonders, His love endures forever!” God bless you.

Contact Us General Information Aquatics Birthday Party/Rentals Kroc Café Day Camps/After-School Development Education & Fine Arts

217-222-5762 217-231-5619 217-231-5636 217-231-5645 2 17-231-5658 217-231-5627 217-231-5641

Emergency Shelter 217-222-8655 Family Services 217-222-2087 Family Store (Quincy) 217-224-5998 Fitness & Wellness 217-231-5638 Fitness Initiatives 217-231-5640 Huck’s Hideout Kid Care 217-222-5762 The Ledge Game Room 217-231-5644

Marketing

Memberships Scholarships Volunteering Worship/Ministry Youth Ministry

How to Register

We’re pleased to offer you a fast and easy way to register for select roster classes! Visit the Welcome or Control Desk

Call us at 217-222-5762

Register at KrocQuincy.org

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 are available for purchase only in person at our facility.

This reserves your spot in the activity of your choice. You must also fill out a program enrollment form available at our Welcome Desk. Please come at least 15 minutes early to your first class to get this done.

1. Click ‘Register for Roster Classes Online’ icon 2. Search by program name, then click ‘Learn More’ 3. Click the ‘Sign Up’ button to register for your class or activity 4. Print and bring your receipt and waiver with you

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Facility Guidelines Facility Age Requirements AREA OF BUILDING

AGE IN YEARS 0-5

6-7

Aquatic Center *Applies to members only

8-11

12-13

14-15

16+

*

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

Rock Wall

Silver Sneakers Benefits & Eligibility

Gymnasium Ledge Game Room *Members DO NOT require supervision by adult (ages 6–11).

*

*

Fitness & Wellness Classes Walk / Run Track Weight Equipment *Permitted ONLY with Teen Fit

*

Certification. See page 25

Cardio Equipment *Permitted ONLY with Teen Fit

*

*

Certification. See page 25

Financial Assistance

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

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: SilverSneakers.com or ask a desk attendant at The Kroc Center. Other insurance based memberships may be available. 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 Center.

Grades K‑6 & CITs 7-12

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

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

How to Volunteer

WE

NEED YOU!

The Salvation Army has a place for you! There are many rewarding opportunities available such as Emergency Disaster Services, bell ringing, playing/teaching music, and youth programs. Our volunteers are held to the same high standards as our employees including background checks and youth protection training. Contact Jeremy Koren at 217-231-5633 or Jeremy.Koren@USC.SalvationArmy.org to learn more about volunteering with The Salvation Army.

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

1. F  ill out the application and guidelines.

Pick one up from the Welcome Desk or download one at: KrocQuincy.org/membership.

2. Complete your scholarship application.

Attach all household income verification documents to your completed application.

3. S  ubmit your application.

Completed applications, with copies of your household income documents, may be submitted to the Welcome or Control Desks.

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Membership Benefits 3-Month Memberships GOLDEN AGER

$

Ages 13–17

$

$

ADULT

UP TO 5 PEOPLE

OVER 5 PEOPLE

YOUTH

TEEN

Ages 3–12

45

69

Ages 18–61

102

171

$

$

Ages 62+

81

195

$

See 3-month membership details below.

Regular 1-Year Memberships

Which Membership is Right for Me?

Applications available at the Welcome Desk or at KrocQuincy.org/membership. Payments are accepted annually or by automatic monthly withdrawal. Ask about corporate memberships!

Silver Memberships

18 38

$

ADULT

UP TO 5 PEOPLE 50 $

monthly

126 per year

$

Ages 18–61

29

$ $

Ages 13–17

10 50

$

40

monthly

GOLDEN AGER

TEEN

YOUTH Ages 3–12

WHAT YOU ENJOY

$

monthly

220 per year 50

52

monthly

35280 per year

$

630 per year

22 05

$ $

Ages 62+

monthly

264 per year 60

OVER 5 PEOPLE 90 $

60

monthly

$

730 80 per year

Gold Memberships YOUTH Ages 3–12

12

$

60

monthly

15120 per year

$

ADULT

Ages 18–61

36 23

$ $

6

monthly

43470 per year

GOLDEN AGER

TEEN

Ages 13–17

22

$ $

$

264 60 per year

$

monthly

UP TO 5 PEOPLE 00 $

63

monthly

$

756 per year

Ages 62+

26

05

33

monthly

31590 per year

OVER 5 PEOPLE 45 $

72

monthly

$

869 40 per year

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GOLD

SILVER

DAY PASS2

Aquatic Center

Gymnasium & Indoor Track

Cardio & Weight Area

Ledge Game Room

Locker Rooms

FREE Equipment Orientation

Discounted Swim Lessons

‘Pool Pals’ Service (See page 7)

FREE Huck’s Hideout

FREE Rock Wall Climbing1

FREE Guest Passes per Year

12

6

FREE Drop-In Fitness & Aquatic Classes

ALL

SELECT

FREE Les Mills Virtual Fitness Classes

Discount on Youth After-School & Day Camps

Discount on Kroc Programs & Activities3

40%

30%

1 FREE Personal Training Fitness Assessment 4

5

%

OFF

When paid in full for 1-year

Equipment rental fees may apply. 2Fees apply. Must have a facility usage waiver signed. 3Excludes leagues and rec sports programs, includes education and fine arts programs. 4Free Personal Training Fitness Assessment is NOT a training session and not included with any membership special promotions. 1

3-Month Membership Details Available May 3–June 30, 2021. Price is for all three months. Benefits equivalent to a Silver level membership. Must purchase all 3 months at one time. Membership will be active three months from purchase date. No guest passes. Drop-In Fitness classes are equivalent to a Silver Membership.


Child Watch Options Day Passes

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+) Military (active) Veterans 10-Day Punch Pass

Parents love our child watch options! OUR VENUES ARE ALWAYS SUPERVISED BY TRAINED STAFF ENSURING A SAFE ENVIRONMENT FOR YOUR LITTLE ONES.

5 8 $ 3 $ 3 $ 75 $

$ 50

Rock Wall - temporarily unavailable

11 years & under must have a parent/guardian present. Ages 12–15 must have a parent in the building. Ages 16+ may be alone.

ALL MEMBERS CLIMB FREE* Non-Member Youth $ 3 (17 years & under)

Non-Member Adult

5

$

(18 years & up) *Additional rental fees may apply.

Ledge Game Room

Huck’s Hideout

FREE & ALWAYS SUPERVISED!

SUPERVISED CHILD WATCH FOR YOUR LITTLE ONES.

Drop-In Classes

Register up to 30 minutes before your fitness or aquatic class begins.

Open to ages 12+. 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. See page 10 for hours.

Gold Member Silver Member Non-Member

- temporarily unavailable

Members: For children ages 6–11, supervision is not required. Guardians must check-in at the Control Desk to receive an armband for unsupervised play.

*We offer many classes that are free. Select drop-in fitness and aquatics classes are $3 for Silver members.

Parent/guardian MUST remain in the building during this time.

Parents must remain in the building while using Huck’s Hideout child watch service. Open to children ages 6 months to 7 years. There is a 2 hour limit per child, per day and a 10 hour max per week.

Pool Pals

Kroc Academy

A CONVENIENT ALTERNATIVE TO CHILD WATCH*

TAKE THE HOME OUT OF HOMEWORK!

FREE FREE* / $3 8

$ 50

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.

Military Rate

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)

1811 per month $ 3623 per month $ 4463 per month $

Children of members, ages 8–11, are allowed to enjoy the Aquatic Center while their parent or guardian exercises in another area of the building. Check in required. Our Fitness and Gym Attendants help keep our equipment clean and safe.

*Member parent/guardian MUST remain in the building during this time.

The Kroc Center takes after-school care to a whole new level! Available for K–6th and 7th–12th (CITs) grades. Transportation from the Quincy area schools is included.

Visit page 10 for more information about Camp Kroc and Kroc Academy!

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Worship

INSPIRING, INSTRUCTING, + INVOLVING INDIVIDUALS THROUGHOUT THEIR SPIRITUAL JOURNEY WITH JESUS

Sunday School 9:15am Worship Service 10:30am All ages are welcome! Free nursery is provided. WEDNESDAY NIGHT BIBLE STUDY Wednesdays | 5:30–6:30pm at The Salvation Army Shelter

Diving deeply into God’s word through an inductive method of study of the holy scriptures. Discover God’s relevant truths and how an understanding of scripture enables life changing experiences.

Fellowship + Bible Studies SUNDAY SCHOOL Sundays, 9:15-10:15am in various rooms

Ages 18+

All Ages

A hands on approach to applying God’s Word to our lives through Bible instruction that combines the light of the church with the love of a family to make a greater and lasting impact. Free and open to the public.

CORPS CARRY-IN Cancelled for Summer 2021

All Ages

WOMEN’S FELLOWSHIP Tuesdays | 10am–Noon in Meadows B

Ages 16+

CORPS CADETS Wednesdays | 4:30–5:30pm in Meadows B Ends May 19 | Resumes Sept 13

Grades 6–12

Combining study and service for the ultimate leadership development for teenagers in The Salvation Army.

MEN’S MINISTRY Saturdays, May 22, June 26, July 24, August 28 | 8am

Ages 18+

Our ministry of men involve themselves in a variety of projects and meet monthly for a fellowship breakfast and devotional. Location: TBA

Women experience a variety of programs and opportunities including fellowship, education, service and worship together.

WOMEN'S MINISTRY FOCUS GROUP Tuesdays | 5:30–7:30pm in Meadows A

Ages 14+

Formerly called Life with Spice, you'll 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. Free and open to the public.

WEDNESDAY DEVOTIONS Wednesdays | 10–10:30am in Meadows B Join us for staff led prayer and inspiration from God’s word.

Ages 14+

Fridays | 4–8pm When school is in session, Ends May 21 | Resumes Sept 10 Teens develop a closer relationship with God and grow as individuals while exploring ideas, values, and faith within a supportive community. Open to the Grades 6–12. Held in Bluffs C & D.

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Special Events THE SALVATION ARMY WOMEN’S AUXILIARY Fridays, May 14 and June 11 at Noon

Women 18+

The Salvation Army of Quincy Women’s Auxiliary was officially charted in 1953. Since then, they have provided hundreds of thousands of hours of volunteer service and raised substantial dollars for The Salvation Army. The purpose of the Auxiliary is to raise public awareness of The Salvation Army, to facilitate services to the needy, and to strengthen the financial base of the local Salvation Army. Our annual fundraiser supports the annual Clothes 4 Kids Program. Members also volunteer throughout the year for various on-going programs. Membership is open to all women in the community. $10 annual membership.


Special Events JOIN

US VIRTUALLY! @krocchurchquincy

Brought to you by Quincy Noon Kiwanis Club and The Salvation Army

Ken Bigelow

KID'S DAY

Music & Praise PRAISE BAND Mondays 6–7pm | Sundays 10:30am

at

Ages 14+

Combine your love of God with your love of contemporary Christian music. You’ll have an opportunity to practice and participate in our Sunday worship services. Both vocalists and instrumentalists are encouraged to attend.

SENIOR BAND Wednesdays 7–8pm | Sundays 10:30am

Camp Saukenauk July 31 | 8am–2pm

Ages 14+

Senior Band rehearses on Wednesdays and then is on duty for our weekly church services. Instrumentation follows a British Brass Band style (all brass instruments reading treble clef plus percussion). Our music is designed to support the worship of our church, while being fun, challenging, and remaining inspirational.

YOUTH BAND Sundays 1–2:30pm | Follows Youth Activities

Ages 13+

Musicians 13+ are invited to join our Kroc Corps Youth Band! We meet every Sunday to play through some fun music together. This group will play their own concerts and occasionally join with the Kroc Corps Senior Band to play in the Worship Services. Brass and percussion players are preferred, but no one will be turned away! Free and open to the public.

YOUTH MUSIC ENSEMBLES Ages 12–18 | Mondays, 3–3:45pm (Teen Instruction) Ages 8–11 | Mondays, 3:45–4:30pm (Youth Instruction)

Ages 8–11

5 July 23

$

Refundable deposit due at time registration by

Meet at The Kroc Center at 8am. Snack, drinks, cookout, and transportation provided. Ages 5-12.

Questions? Please call Youth Development Specialist Jakin Logsdon 217-231-5667 | Jakin.Logsdon@USC.SalvationArmy.org

Beginner music lessons that incorporates group instruction and music theory. These free classes are available to Kroc Church members. Held in the Worship Theater.

CREATIVE MINISTRY Fridays 4:30–5:30pm in The Worship Theater Ends May 21 | Resumes Sept 13

Grades 6–12

Teens develop spiritual gifts in fine arts to share the Gospel of Jesus Christ, while enhancing their leadership skills and preparing for monthly performances during the Sunday Kroc Church Holiness Meeting.

Ledge Game Room

Summer Hours

SUNDAY Noon–5:30pm MONDAY–THURDAY 8:30am–8pm FRIDAY 8:30am–7pm SATURDAY 8:30am–6pm

Stay connected, Get text updates! Text KROCQCY to 24365 to receive updates.

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Child Care

View dates and register at

KrocQuincy.org Our youth programs are always supervised by Kroc staff. Dates and times are subject to change. Space is limited. Scholarships and discounts are available. Check KrocQuincy.org and the guardian guide for details.

Do something FUN this summer! K–6th & 7th–12th CITs

Weekly, 7am–7pm • • • • •

Supervised by trained and certified camp staff. Pool, gym, game room, and archery. Parks, field trips, and free summer food program. Bible lessons, scouting, wellness, literacy, and wilderness lessons. S.T.E.A.M, drama, and games.

Full time 4-5 days

$120 Member $150 Non-member

Part time 1-3 days

90 Member $120 Non-member $

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7th–12th CITs Counselors in Training (CITs) receive hands on training, mentoring, and leadership development. Teens take on an assistant helper role in our day camp and after school programs.


Youth Development

Youth 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. Every Wednesday when school is in session. Annual Fee: $5 Emblem

Learn more at KrocQuincy.org/education

Optional Fees: $5 T-shirt and $ 10 Sash

After-School Program Take the home out of homework!

K–6 & 7 –12 CITs th

th

th

Mon Interactive Bible lesson Tue Sports & Fitness Wed Character Building Thu S.T.E.A.M or Park Fri Swimming

Weekly, 2–7pm

$60/wk

THROUGH MAY 19 | RESUMES SEPT 8

Teen Character Building 5:30–7pm GIRL GUARDS

RANGERS

Young Women Grades 6–12 Meadows B

Young Men Grades 6–12 Meadows A

K.R.O.C. Kids Kick Back and Character Building for grades Pre-K through 5th grade is scheduled to resume Fall 2021.

for Members

$75/wk

for Non-members

Daily healthy snack, homework assistance, and game room. After-school transportation provided for Quincy area schools. Guardian guide available online.

Register NOW at KrocQuincy.org

Stay connected, Get text updates! Text KROCQCY to 24365 to receive updates.

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Education & Fine Arts

NEW! Digital Art

Class Offerings

Arts & Crafts PAINT NIGHT $ 25 Gold | $27 Silver | $35 Non

Ages 14+

Taught by talented local artist, Ben Askew (ig: @benaskewsart). Artists of all abilities, beginners through advanced, will walk away from this class with a completed painting on a 12x12 canvas. All supplies and materials will be provided. Feel free to bring your own snacks to eat during the class! Great class for groups of friends looking for a fun night out or couples looking for a date night. Tuesday

May 11

6–8pm

Held in Bluffs D

Tuesday

August 17

6–8pm

Held in Meadows B

HAND LETTERING *Ages 10+ 37 Gold | $40 Silver | $45 Non • Fee includes sketchbook & pens.

$

Hand lettering has become more and more popular and now you have the opportunity to learn about this art form with talented local artist, Leah Hanlin (ig: @leahhanlin). Leah will teach you the basic skills and then work alongside you as you hone your abilities! Fee includes brush pens and sketchbook for each participant to take home! *Open to ages 14+ and ages 10+ with an accompanying parent. Held in Meadows A. Thursdays

July 22–August 26

6–7:30pm

Digital Arts PHOTOGRAPHY $ 23 Gold | $25 Silver | $30 Non

Ages 14+

Do you want to become a better photographer? Join local photographer, Rachel Buyck (ig: @photographyrachelb) as she leads a introduction to photography class. You'll learn the basics of image composition, camera features, and editing. Whether you have a basic phone camera or a top of the line DSLR that you want to learn to use better, this class is for you! Held in Meadows A. Tuesdays

July 6–27

VIDEO PRODUCTION $ 23 Gold | $25 Silver | $30 Non

6–7:30pm Ages 14+

Have you ever wanted to learn how to create your own movies and professional looking videos? Join former KHQA news anchor, Chad Douglas, as he leads a class taking you from concept to finished product! Bring either a video camera or a smartphone so that you can capture your own footage. All the equipment for editing the video will be provided. Open to all experience levels. Held in Bluffs D. Wednesdays

June 16–July 7

4–5:30pm

Education COOKING & NUTRITION $ 15 Gold | $17 Silver | $20 Non Fee includes all ingredients and materials.

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Cooking and being healthy can be intimidating, but doesn’t need to be! Join corporate Chef Brad Darnell from Kohl Wholesale as you learn some of the skills you need to cook easy and healthy meals for you and your family. All ingredients and materials will be supplied, just bring yourself and an appetite as you’ll end this 1.5 hour long class with the meal you just created! Held in Meadows A/Kitchen. *Open to ages 14+ and ages 10+ with an accompanying parent. Thursdays

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*Ages 10+

May 4 – 27

5–6:30pm


Music Education Virtual

OPTIONS Available!

Music Lessons People

Member

Pricing for 6 (30 minute) lessons

• Provide instruction that meets the specific learning style of each student

• Students will discover what new music to explore and what goals to pursue

• With a private instructor, a student learns the fundamentals of playing much more quickly

• Siblings (or friends!) can have fun together while enhancing their music skills

Pricing for 6 (30 minute) lessons

$54

1

BENEFITS OF PRIVATE MUSIC LESSONS

Non Member $80

per person

2

$

3

$

$66

33 per person*

$66

22 per person*

per person

$95

4750 per person

$

$96

32 per person

$

* All participants must be Members.

SIGN UP TODAY! Find the time and day that works the best with your schedule! Contact Education & Fine Arts Specialist Jonathon Weller at 217-231-5641 or at Jonathon.Weller@USC.SalvationArmy.org

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SPORTS & REC PROGRAMS COMING SOON! Follow us on social media for updates on our rockwall, youth and adult sports leagues, and special camps throughout the year.

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Aquatics

Any class or activity is subject to cancellation 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 Nanette.Johnson@USC.SalvationArmy.org

POOL CLOSED

as of JULY 12 due to larger

renovation work on the lower level

The Area’s ONLY Certified Rescue Swim Facility! Private Swim Lessons Self Rescue • Skill Development • Endurance Infant - Toddler

9 months–3 years

Instructors teach infant swim recovery techniques to help reduce and help prevent accidental drowning. 15 minute lesson. Capacity: 1. 1 Participant / 6 Lessons

Member $64

Non-Member $80

Parent’s Guide • 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. • Participants must be picked up immediately following class.

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.

School Age - Adult

Ages 4+

Private or semi-private swim lessons are available for participants of any ability. 30 minute classes. Capacity: 1–2. 1 Participant / 8 Lessons

Member $84

Non–Member $105

2 Participants / 8 Lessons

Member 104

Non–Member $130

$

How to Register

1 Find Skill Level 2 Find Age 3 Select Date and Time

• 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.

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Swim Lessons

Group Swim Lessons Parent / Child

Beginner

Parent or caregiver accompanies child in class. Kids under 3 years must wear a swim diaper. TADPOLES – BABIES No class May 31

1–2 years

Introduces self rescue techniques along with games that focus on water comfort and basic swim skills. Parent or caregiver accompanies child in class. Monday A / B

May 3–June 28

6–6:30pm / 6:30–7pm

Wednesday A / B

May 5–June 23

5:30–6pm / 6–6:30pm

FROGS – TODDLERS

Class Capacity 5 Gold $33 | Silver $3850 | Non-Member $55

2–3 years

Participants are introduced to self rescue skills, swim strokes, and water safety techniques. Parent or caregiver accompanies child in class.

Tuesday A / B

May 4–June 22

6–6:30pm / 6:30–7pm

Thursday A / B

May 6–June 24

6–6:30pm / 6:30–7pm

Saturday A / B

May 8–June 26

9–9:30am / 9:30–10am

Mon / Wed

June 14–July 7

9–9:30am / 9:30–10am

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

4–6 years

Tuesday A / B

May 4–June 22

6–6:30pm / 6:30–7:00pm

Thursday A / B

May 6–June 24

6–6:30pm / 6:30–7:00pm

Saturday A / B

May 8–June 26

9–9:30am / 9:35–10:05am

Mon / Wed A/B

June 14–July 7

9–9:30am / 9:35–10:05am

ALLIGATORS

7–10 years

Tuesday

May 4–June 22

6:35–7:05pm

Thursday

May 6–June 24

6:35–7:05pm

Saturday

May 8–June 26

10:10–10:40am

Mon / Wed

June 14–July 7

10:10–10:40am

You MUST register for swim lessons 5 days prior to class start date or a $10 late fee will be applied to your registration fee.

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 • float on front and back with no assistance • goggles optional

LOBSTERS

4–6 years

Tuesday

May 4–June 22

6–6:30pm

Thursday

May 6–June 24

6–6:30pm

Saturday

May 8–June 26

10:10–10:40am

Mon / Wed

June 14–July 7

10:10–10:40am

OTTERS

7–10 years

Tuesday

May 4–June 22

6:35–7:05pm

Thursday

May 6–June 24

6:35–7:05pm

Saturday

May 8–June 26

10:10–10:40am

Mon / Wed

June 14–July 7

10:10–10:40am

FUN!

in the

SUN!

Splash Pad MAY 29 OPENS

Intermediate

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Lifeguarding WE'RE HIRING! Can you work 10 hours a week? Do you want flexible hours, a free Kroc membership, and a positive work atmosphere? Apply NOW! For more info, contact Aquatic Specialist Nanette Johnson at 217-231-5676 or Nanette.Johnson@USC.SalvationArmy.org.

STEP

1

Lifeguard Pre-Course Swim Test 25 Registration Fee

$

Lifeguard candidates must successfully complete the precourse swim skill test prior to registering for the American Red Cross Lifeguard Certification Course. Pre-Course testing times are available on Mondays or Wednesdays of each month.

• • •

Swim 300 yards continuous swim, demonstrating breath control and rhythmic breathing. Candidates may swim using the front crawl, breaststroke or a combination of both but swimming on the back or side is not allowed. Swim goggles may be used. Tread water for 2 minutes using only the legs. Candidates should place their hands under the armpits. Starting in the water, swim 20 yards. The face may be in or out of the water. Swim goggles are not allowed. Surface dive, feet-first or head-first, to retrieve a 10-pound object. Return to the surface and swim 20 yards on back to return to the starting point with both hands holding the object and keeping the face at or near the surface so they are able to get a breath. Candidates should not swim the distance under water. Exit the water without using a ladder or steps.

You MUST call our Aquatics Specialist at 217231-5676 to schedule your 30 minute time slot.

STEP

2

American Red Cross Lifeguard Certification

MUST BE 15 YEARS OLD BY END OF CLASS

90 Gold | $150 Silver | $200 Non-Member

$

The American Red Cross lifeguard training and certification are imperative to the process of getting hired on as an official Red Cross lifeguard. Our detailed training includes both testing of hands-on skills as well as comprehension on written tests. The certification, which includes first aid, CPR, and AED training, is valid for two years upon completion and is accepted nationwide. The American Red Cross is the most respected source for training and certification of this kind. You MUST complete the pre-course swimming skills test prior to registration of the American Red Cross Certification Course. May 3, 5, 7

Monday, Wednesday, & Friday • 8am–5pm

May 12–16

Wednesday – Friday: 4–9pm Sat: 9am–5pm • Sun: 1–6pm

June 8–10

Tuesday – Thursday • 8am–5pm

June 22–24

Tuesday – Thursday • 8am–5pm

Grab a Class Schedule for times and days!

Available at the Welcome Desk or at

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Capacity: 8


Personal Training

PERSONAL TRAINING for older adults

with Amy Ages 62+

Get into the BEST

SHAPE

Member Pricing

OF YOUR LIFE!

Meet the Trainers!

(left to right)

Session(s)

1 Person

2 People

1

$38

$

3

$102

$

5

$162

$

10

$315

$

20

$570

$

3 People

$50

25 per person

$136

68 per person

$222

111 per person

$436

218 per person

$840

420 per person

$54

18 per person

$

$138

46 per person

$

$225

75 per person

$

$438

146 per person

$

$840

280 per person

$

Non-Member Pricing Kim • •

Training since 2019 NASM Certified PT

Ryan • • •

Training since 2004 NASM Certified PT NASM Certified Weight Loss Specialist

Jalene • •

Training since 2005 W.I.T.S. Level 3 Certified PT

Fitness Assessment

Body Composition Analysis

This assessment will provide a baseline measurement of your individual fitness level. Gold members will receive one free assessment, per membership, per year. Includes Tanita Body Composition scan. Not a personal $ Non-Member: 35 training session.

Our body composition option uses the Tanita body composition scale, in addition to circumference measurements (measuring various sites on the body to track increase/ decrease in size…such as bicep, chest, waist, hips, Non-Member: $20 thigh, etc).

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$

Members

10

$

Members

Session(s)

1 Person

2 People

1

$50

$

3

$135

$

5

$215

$

10

$420

$

20

$760

$

$66

33 per person

3 People

$180

90 per person

$296

148 per person

$580

290 per person

$1,120

560 per person

$75

25 per person

$

$183

61 per person

$

$297

99 per person

$

$582

194 per person

$

$1,122

374 per person

$

Contact Fitness & Wellness Specialist Melissa Harris at 217-231-5638 or visit KrocQuincy.org more info on Personal Training at The Kroc Center.

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Healthy Aging

SENIORS

62+

Monthly Seminars

Older Adult Wellness Program

WEDNESDAYS, 10–11AM

Healthy Aging seminars take place on the fourth Wednesday of each month unless otherwise noted. Seminars are free and open to the public.

DATE

TOPIC

SPEAKER

May 26

The Value of Working with a Financial Advisor

James Huber, Prudential Financial Advisor

June 23

Fall Asleep Stay Asleep

Rick Thomas, Thomas Family Insurance

July 28

Joseph Ott, J.D.

Wills/Estates/Trusts

No August Seminar

Seminars are

FREE!

Healthy Aging, a community enrichment program geared toward senior citizens, strives to provide learning experiences and opportunities. The Healthy Aging program also provides fellowship, community, and a way for older adults to stay active and involved through life’s changes.

Members

Non Members

Registration

Registration

$1875

$25

Upcoming Sessions (14 weeks) Tuesdays, June 1 – Sept 7 • 2–3:30pm No class June 15.

Thursdays, June 3 – Sept 9 • 2–3:30pm

No class June 17, Meets with session 1 on June 22, no class June 24. Additional joint class session in July TBA.

Each session includes • Devotion & Prayer • Healthy Snack or Recipe • Lesson Plans • Exercise/Physical Activity • Healthy Eating Everyday by Human Kinetics Nutrition | Exercise | Wellness Education

FAQs

• Body composition evaluation will be performed • Casual dress • Limit of 12 people per session QUESTIONS? Please contact Fitness Initiatives Coordinator Amy Junkerman at 217.231.5640 or Amy.Junkerman@USC.SalvationArmy.org

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moving well During each Healthy Aging session, participants gather together and learn about different behavior strategies to adopt physical activity and eating healthy into their everyday life.

Sample Workout Aim to complete two sets, meaning once you have been through the exercises one time, see if you can complete them again. Squat – LOWER BODY - 10 reps - Modify using a chair if needed Push Up – UPPER BODY -10 reps -Modify using a wall or knees down if needed Plank – CORE -aim for 15 seconds to start; hold longer if you’re able -Modify using an incline or your knees down if needed Step Ups – CARDIO/LOWER BODY -10 each leg -Use stairs or a low step Straight Line Walk – BALANCE - Place one foot in front of the other, arms extended straight out

aging well Everyone has felt the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic. One group in particular, older adults, have been deeply impacted. Due to the population’s at-risk nature, they have experienced loneliness, food inaccessibility, weight gain, and muscle weakness due to lack of physical activity and isolation. Now more than ever, it is important for older adults to start taking care of their physical and mental health. The Kroc Center is invested in the health and wellbeing of our community’s older adult population, which is why the Healthy Aging Series for individuals ages 62+ has been implemented.

living well The Healthy Aging Older Adult Wellness Program Sessions are a great way to safely get out of the house, meet new friends, and learn how to live a healthier lifestyle. Each session begins with prayer and devotion. Some light, modifiable exercises and stretches, that participants can safely do at home are also taught. Healthy Aging Seminars are a great way to meet people and learn about various health and wellness topics.

eating well A small healthy snack is provided each program session.

Peanut Butter Banana Smoothie (2 Servings)

INGREDIENTS

• 1 banana • 1 cup milk • 1/4 cup peanut butter • 1 tablespoon honey, or to taste

• 1 cup of ice DIRECTIONS Place banana, milk, peanut butter, honey, and ice in a blender; blend until smooth, about 30 seconds. Enjoy!

Good job! Can you complete them again?

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QUEST IONS?

Contact Fitness Initiatives Coordinator Amy Junkerman Amy.Junkerman@USC.SalvationArmy.org

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Shane Miller, #KrocStar since 2014, has lost 60 pounds and yet gained so much.


consistent on the journey. While most people will agree cardio is their least favorite workout, Shane has found the secret to enjoying it. He plays basketball at The Kroc Center for his cardio. Not only does playing basketball allow Shane to enjoy his cardio, but it also has helped him socialize and make friends. “I didn’t really know anybody when I first started coming to The Kroc Center. It’s nice to come here and see people, people I now call friends. That helps keep me stay motived.”

If there is anyone who could argue that they don’t have time to workout, it would be Shane Miller. Shane is a farmer, a business owner, and father of three boys ages 20, 17, and 12. Over the past 2 years, his commitment to living a healthier lifestyle by working out on a daily basis has truly paid off. Miller has lost 60 pounds, yet personally gained so much. Making changes to live a healthier life hasn’t always been easy for Shane. He started his health and wellness journey 6 years ago. He initially did well, but after awhile fell back into his bad habits of not getting enough physical activity and eating whatever he wanted. Now, he is sure to workout consistently and makes healthier nutrition choices. “Diet is very important. Watch what you eat and make sure whatever you eat is helping you and not hurting you.” Miller didn’t make all of his lifestyle changes at once, it was a slow, steady, and gradual process. One of the most difficult changes was eliminating sugar from his diet. “Yes, I have eliminated sugar from my diet. However, it has been more difficult for me to have a strict diet, during the pandemic. There was a period of time when I was not able to go to the gym, and I found it hard to motivate myself to work out at home. It was more difficult to have a healthy diet without being able to workout. For me, diet and exercise go hand in hand.” While the pandemic has caused many people to lose sight of their goals, Shane has found that getting back into the gym and refocusing on his goals has helped him to get back on track. “Be consistent, set goals, and stay after them - even if you don’t see improvement right away. It’s easy to get into the same old routine which causes you to not see a difference. I try to change it up every once in a while, – it helps make working out more fun.” Setting both short term and long-term goals has been key to Shane’s weight loss. “What I have found is that, for example, I wanted to look a certain way on my birthday when I turned 40. I didn’t make that goal, but I’m still working on it. It is something that even though I didn’t reach my goal by the original deadline, I still want to keep working towards achieving it.” A key to unlocking success lies in finding activities that are fun to do, which helps with staying motivated to continue staying

Most people will agree that cardio is their least favorite workout. Shane has found the secret to enjoying it – he plays basketball.

CONSISTENCY IS KEY. Keep motived and keep going even though you may not be seeing results right away. If you stay consistent, you will see results over time.”

The Kroc Center is Shane’s home away from home. “I really like this place. I’ve never switched gyms. I love coming here, playing basketball, working out, and seeing my friends every day. The staff is always very friendly. They all know me when I walk in the building. I don’t even need to use my key card to check in. Everybody is very helpful. When the gym opened back up after the lockdown, it felt great to finally be able to get back to lifting and playing basketball. It’s great to see my friends daily and socialize again.”  Are you interested in making a lifestyle change, but feel overwhelmed by all of the adjustments that may need to be made? No worries! Take this advice from Shane, “Consistency is one of the biggest things. Keep motived and keep going even though you may not be seeing results right away. If you stay consistent, you will see results over time.”

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Fitness + Wellness

DANCE YOUR WAY TO A

FITTER YOU!

Land Based Drop-In Group Fitness Registration deadlines do not apply - just simply drop-in. Register up to 30 minutes before class. Space is limited. Class capacities are based on Covid-19 guidelines and are subject to change.

Rhythmic / Dance Fitness POUND® FREE, Gold | $3 Silver | $850 Non

Capacity: 20 Ages 8+

POUND is a full-body cardio jam session, combining light resistance with constant simulated drumming. The workout fuses cardio, Pilates, isometric movements, plyometrics and isometric poses into a 45-minute series. Using Ripstix(TM), lightly weighted exercise drumsticks, torch calories, and drum your way to a leaner, slimmer physique – all while rocking out to your favorite music.

KROC DANCE FITNESS FREE, Gold | $3 Silver | $850 Non

Capacity: 20 Ages 8+

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.

ZUMBA® FREE, Gold | $3 Silver | $850 Non

Capacity: 20 Ages 8+

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.

Youth in Fitness

Bring your child (ages 8+) to class! In an effort to help children & parents/guardians get healthy together, you are invited to bring your child to select fitness classes as noted by the red stars.

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CYCLING IS PART OF THE

Cardio

KROC CYCLING Gold & Silver: FREE | $850 Non

KROCFIT

CHALLENGE SEE PAGE 25

Capacity: 12 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.

STEP IT UP FREE, Gold | $3 Silver | $850 Non

Capacity: 20 Ages 13+

Step up to the challenge of improving your cardiovascular fitness! This cardio class combines easy-to-follow step sequences using a traditional step platform with upbeat music for a fun, heart-pumping workout. Participants choose the height of their step, so all fitness levels and abilities are welcome to attend. LES MILLS™ and its respective classes: BODYPUMP™, BODYCOMBAT™, BODYFLOW™, and CORE™, 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.


Group Fitness Cardio / Strength Combo LOW-IMPACT FITNESS Gold & Silver: FREE | $850 Non

Capacity: 20 Ages 13+

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

SENIOR FIT Gold & Silver: FREE | $850 Non

Capacity: 20 Ages 13+

A low impact workout including cardio, strength, and flexibility exercises in order to help improve balance and activities of daily living.

Aquatic Drop-In Group Fitness

Registration deadlines do not apply - just simply drop-in. Register up to 30 minutes before class. Space is limited. WATER IN MOTION FREE, Gold | $3 Silver | $850 Non

Capacity: 12 Ages 13+

This pre-choreographed class is an exciting workout that combines cardio training with muscle toning in the water. You'll receive the benefit of a high energy, calorie burning workout without the pull that gravity plays on the body.

EASY GOING Gold & Silver: FREE | $850 Non

Capacity: 15 Ages 13+

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.

AQUA FIT Gold & Silver: FREE | $850 Non

Capacity: 15 Ages 13+

A shallow water exercise class with easy to follow exercises designed to increase your cardiovascular health and build strength.

AQUA BLAST Gold & Silver: FREE | $850 Non

Capacity: 15 Ages 13+

A high energy water fitness class with alternating cardio and resistance exercises to increase strength and stamina.

Member Spotlight “I feel totally safe attending the classes since the facility reopened. The Kroc Center has implemented additional safety procedures and guidelines such as providing social distancing cues and reduced capacity in various venues. In addition, the equipment is cleaned after each use to ensure the safety of the members.” -DARLENE JACOBS “Since The Kroc Center reopened, I have felt safe attending group fitness classes. We wear our masks before and after class, and abide by the social distancing stickers on the floor. I feel safe and comfortable. I feel very blessed that I am able to attend classes at this time. I strongly encourage others to attend group fitness classes.” -SUSAN LOWENBERG “I LOVE Step it Up! I am a Step FANATIC! I enjoy the opportunity this class gives me to do beginner and advanced moves with no judgement. We make everyone feel welcome regardless of experience with step aerobics. The music is upbeat. The people are great. The Kroc is clean, and I feel safe.” -MELISSA MUDER “I lift each morning and participate in fitness classes most evenings at The Kroc Center. I’ve been taking Body Combat for 8 years and POUND for 5. The instructors are always outstanding. The classes provide the intense cardio workout I am looking for, in a motivating and fun atmosphere of group fitness. Furthermore, I am always impressed how clean the facility is kept.” -MARK FRYER Grab a Class Schedule for times and days!

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Choreographed workouts that mix the hottest music with cutting-edge exercise science, motivation, and energy.

LES MILLS CLASSES ARE

FREE

FOR GOLD MEMBERS Mind / Body

BODYFLOW™ FREE, Gold | Class fees vary, Silver | $850 Non

Capacity: 20 Ages 8+

BODYFLOW is the yoga-based class that will improve your mind, your body and your life. During class an inspired soundtrack plays as you bend and stretch through a series of simple yoga moves and embrace elements of Tai Chi and Pilates. Breathing control is a part of all the exercises, and instructors will always provide options for those just getting started. You'll strengthen your entire body and leave the class feeling calm and centered.

Cardio

BODYCOMBAT™ Capacity: 15 FREE, Gold | Class fees vary, Silver | $850 Non Ages 8+ Step into a BODYCOMBAT workout and you'll punch and kick your way to fitness. This high-energy martialarts inspired workout is totally non-contact and there are no complex moves to master. A certified instructor will challenge you to up the intensity and motivate you to make the most of every round. You'll release stress, have a blast and feel like a champ!

AVAILABLE IN THE KROC CENTER'S GROUP FITNESS ROOMS WHILE LIVE CLASSES ARE NOT AVAILABLE! Featuring the chart-topping music, leading-edge choreography, and world class instructors that Les Mills classes are famous for, these video-based classes provide an amazing workout. Virtual On Demand BODYCOMBAT, BODYFLOW, BODYPUMP, CORE*, SH’BAM, RPM, GRIT, and BARRE are available in The Kroc Center's group fitness rooms when live group fitness classes are not being offered. OnDemand, where you have the opportunity to choose the class type and length, is available in 15, 20, 30, 45 and 60 minutes options. Necessary equipment is available so all you have to do is show up! *Formerly CXWORX

Strength

BODYPUMP™ Capacity: 19 FREE, Gold | Class fees vary, Ages 13+ Silver | $850 Non

BODYPUMP™ is the ideal workout for anyone looking to get lean, toned and fit - fast. Using light to moderate weights with lots of repetition, you get a total body workout. Instructors will coach you through the scientifically-backed moves and techniques pumping out encouragement, motivation and great music - helping you achieve much more than on your own!

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Fitness

Smart Start is slow introduction to Les Mills classes which builds gradually and incorporates variety. If you are struggling to get back into a routine, Smart Start is for you!

Start slow – Choose a class to try.

For the first class, commit to staying for just the first FOUR tracks (songs).

KrocFIT Challenge – JUNE

Don’t push your body too soon, stop your workout when things are feeling tough.

10, MEMBERS ONLY, AGES 13+

$

The American College of Sports Medicine (ACSM) recommends that adults get a minimum of 150 minutes of moderate-intensity cardiovascular exercise per week. Stay accountable and sign up for the KrocFIT Challenge! Walk, run, bike, or swim you way to cardiovascular fitness using any of The Kroc Center cardio equipment, indoor track, or pool! The goal is for participants to accumulate at least 150 minutes of cardiovascular exercise each week, totaling at least 600 minutes for the entire month. Cardio based group fitness classes count towards this challenge. All finishers receive a prize!

Build gradually –

Pat yourself on the back, and commit the next week to staying for FIVE tracks. Continue adding a track each week. Aim towards staying for a full workout as your fitness builds.

Watch Fitness Instructor Maria Bichsel explain Smart Start on the Kroc Center's YouTube Channel!

Mix it up – Try different classes and include a mix of strength, cardio, and flexibility training.

A slow start, building gradually and incorporating variety is an approach that’s scientifically proven to work. SCAN WITH YOUR PHONE TO GET YOUR FREE TRIAL!

REGISTER BY SUNDAY, MAY 31.

Rent-2B-Fit! 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 dependent upon equipment used.

CONTACT THE FITNESS & WELLNESS SPECIALIST AT 217-231-5638 TO SCHEDULE A CLASS!

Free Equipment Orientation NO APPOINTMENT NECESSARY!

OR VISIT KrocQuincy.org

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. Simply ask a Kroc Center fitness and gym attendant.

Teen Fit Certification $

30-DAY FREE TRIAL! WHEN YOU SIGN UP FOR LES MILLS ON DEMAND THROUGH THE KROC CENTER MEMBER AFFILIATE LINK PAY JUST $999/MONTH after the trial, a savings of $5/month.

Ages 13–15

40, MEMBERS ONLY

Teens learn the proper usage of The Kroc fitness equipment covering basic safety, fitness etiquette, and resistance training with a certified personal trainer. Upon completion, teens are allowed to use both cardio and weight equipment with a parent or guardian in the building. Sign-up at the Control Desk.

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A CAREER OF

CARING

Patty always wanted a job where she felt like she could make a difference, and that’s exactly what she’s done. After 35 years with The Salvation Army, she will retire on April 30. By Matt Schmidt Assistant Development Director

W

here would the Quincy Salvation Army be without Patty Douglas? As development director in Quincy since 1997, Patty has played a key role in the construction of The Kroc Center, emergency shelter, and food pantry. Not to mention all the programs and services needed to serve those in the community who rely on The Salvation Army. After 35 years with The Salvation Army, Patty will retire on April 30. It’s a career she never envisioned for herself and definitely not one she expected to hold for almost four decades. But she always wanted a job where she felt like she could make a difference, and that’s exactly what she’s done. In 1986, Patty was teaching pre-school in her hometown of Peoria, IL when a friend told her about an opening at the local Salvation Army. She applied for the job of administrative assistant and was hired three days later. But in The Salvation Army, it can be all hands on deck, and Patty soon found herself thrust into other roles within the organization. She eventually became the community relations director in Peoria where she was very active in the Flood of 1993. She set up warehouses for donations and moved mobile

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food kitchens, or canteens, to where they were most needed. It was at this time where she found herself in Waterloo, Iowa coordinating a visit of former presidential candidate Ross Perot. He was touring the Midwest to help raise money for flood relief. He needed a plane and a pilot as well as a boat, and Patty made sure it was all in place as requested. She had the news media ready to cover the visit, when a call came in from Divisional Headquarters that Perot had changed his mind at the last minute and was headed to St. Louis. She had to call off everything she had worked to set up. From that day on, he became known to her as “No Show Perot”. The Flood of ’93 would not be the last of her experience with disaster relief. At times, Patty has found herself in charge of Emergency Disaster Services. She’s traveled to Louisiana for hurricane relief efforts and has been at countless fires, tornados and other tragedies, including several days at the scene of a 2004 commuter plane crash in Kirksville, Missouri. Patty recieved a call in 1997 from Major Herb Fuqua who was the commanding Salvation Army officer in Quincy. He was going to set up a development department and he

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wanted Patty to come be in charge of it. So she came to Quincy not knowing a soul outside The Salvation Army. But that would soon change. “Patty and I were both new to Quincy when we first met in 1997,” said Dale Stevenson, a long-time Quincy Advisory Board member. “I remember being so impressed by her professionalism, creativity, and passion for The Salvation Army mission. She is the reason I became a volunteer and it's been an honor to have worked with her ever since!” One of the first major tasks in Patty’s new role as development director was to start a capital campaign to build a new $7 million Corps Community Center to replace the building at 5th and Broadway. But the project hit a snag and failed to get off the ground, so Patty and other members of the advisory board turned their focus to building up the Hometown Endowment fund to ensure there would always be money available for social services programs. A successful campaign, combined with an unexpected bequest of $5 million, quickly grew the fund to $10 million. Little did they know at the time how important that would be in changing the future of the Quincy Salvation Army and getting that longawaited new community center.


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The Salvation Army soon received word that Joan Kroc had left more than $1.7 billion dollars to The Salvation Army with the idea to build community centers all over the country. She dreamed of a network of “Kroc Centers” that would provide opportunities in arts, education, and athletics for children, adults, and families in underserved areas. The Quincy Salvation Army thought, why not us? So Patty took on the task of bringing together community members to determine what the Quincy Kroc Center should offer and assisted on the complicated application. After a year-long process to narrow the hundreds of applications, Quincy became one of the 26 locations awarded a Kroc Center, mainly because they had the available funds thanks to that campaign drive and generous bequest. For a time, besides fundraiser and grant writer, Patty even took on the role of project manager for The Kroc Center, making some of the decisions in what the building would look like and what new programs it would offer. A few years later, she coordinated a capital campaign to turn the former Inman Gallery building across the street from The Kroc Center into the new home for Salvation Army Family Services and the Emergency Shelter. Patty developed numerous relationships with people in the community over the years, which helped make this campaign a quick success. It would become the only emergency shelter within a 100-mile radius of Quincy that houses men, women, and families.

Fundraising was not a career Patty had planned for, but her genuine personality, her honesty, and her ability to connect with people made her a natural at raising money for The Salvation Army. And at Christmas, nobody did it better. She never once failed to meet a goal during all her years running the Christmas campaign in Quincy. But you’ll never get her to take any credit for that. She always says it’s the community that comes together to make sure families in need have a special Christmas with food and toys. Christmas at The Salvation Army is a very special time. Don’t get me wrong, it’s a lot of work, but the reward of being able to provide Christmas meals and toys for children of families in need, and to see the smiles on the faces of the parents, and sometimes tears of joy, is worth it all,” said Patty. Besides food and toy distribution, Patty says the highlight of every Christmas season is the WGEM Bucket Blitz. It’s been held at several locations over its 36-year history, but it’s become a holiday tradition

at the entrance to the Quincy Mall. In most years, topping $30,000 in four days is a huge success. But in her last Christmas with The Salvation Army, the 2020 Bucket Blitz raised just over $60,000. Patty loves going to auctions and buying items that she can refurbish and resell. This hobby will be a big part of her retirement, but she doesn’t plan to stray too far from The Salvation Army. After 35 years of making sure social services had the resources it needed to help those in need, Patty will return as a volunteer and help serve clients. As we say in The Salvation Army, Patty Douglas will continue “Doing the Most Good.”

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Parties & Rentals

Splash Bash – POOL PARTY! The Aquatic Center, complete with a current river, big red water slide, play water structures, and a whirl pool, is perfect for swimmers of all ages. Even the adults will enjoy swimming or lounging poolside. Parties are available on weekdays and weekends and last a total of 2 hours. All pool parties are held during open public swim time. Party goers may bring their own food and drinks. Party space is limited, so book at least two weeks in advance.

SPLASH BASH DETAILS • Available Saturdays at 10am and Sundays at 1pm • Capacity of 16 (upgrade to 24 guests for an additional fee) • 2–hour party, includes Sandbar B and swim time • Tableware for 12 in your chosen theme Email info@KrocQuincy.org or call 217-231-5636 for availability.

Special Events

BIRTHDAY PARTIES • FAMILY REUNIONS CONCERTS • CONFERENCES • SHOWERS LECTURES • WEDDINGS • RECEPTIONS

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Meadows, Bluffs, and Sandbar meeting rooms can be divided into several smaller rooms or used as larger rooms for a party or event.

Non-alcoholic and family-friendly environment.

Each room has its own presentation screen.

A beautiful, stone fireplace is located in Meadows B and is accessible from inside and outside the building on the patio.

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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.

General Policies

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

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

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 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 furthermore, 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.

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 prior to the start date are not eligible for a refund or 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.

KROC CENTER TEXTING POLICY

The Kroc Center will periodically send out text notifications to members. These notifications may address facility closures, class cancellations, special hours of operations or any other item of business The Kroc Center deems necessary and pertinent information. If a member does not wish to receive a text notification they may opt out of the service at any time by texting the word “STOP” to any message received. A member may opt in for the service by texting KROCQCY to 24365.

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is Keep your kids entertained th summer with fun activities! Have a photo Scavenger Hunt Help your kids take fun photos in downtown Quincy! Use landmarks and buildings in The District such as The Kroc Center, any of the beautiful murals, or the Lincoln/Douglas Memorial.

Volunteer! There are many great volunteer opportunities in Quincy. The Salvation Army offers opportunities for people of all ages and is happy to share its mission with everyone in the community.

Go Stargazing! On a clear night, the stars shine bright on the riverfront. Borrow a book on constellations from the library and see how many you can find on a warm summer night! Perseids meteor shower runs July 17–August 24 with peak time to view August 8–13.

Have a game day! In addition to a great cardio workout, basketball is FUN! A pick-up game is a great way to get the whole family up and moving. Non-Member day rates: Youth (ages 3-12) $5 Adults (ages 13+) $850

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Plan a pool day! Invite your friends to The Kroc Center and enjoy a day of swimming in our indoor pool or playing on the Splash Pad. The Splash Pad will open for the season May 29. Register your child for

Ken Bigelow

KID'S DAY @ Camp Saukenauk

Go to the farmer’s market Going to a local farmer’s market is a great way teach your child about local agriculture!

Visit the Ledge Game Room Get out of the heat and cool off in our interactive game room. Board games, video games, and interactive games available!

Have a

picnic

Saturday, July 31 Quincy Noon Kiwanis and The Salvation Army have partnered together for a FREE afternoon of summer fun. Join us for swimming, row boating, fishing, hiking, a cookout and more! 5 refundable deposit is due at the time of registration by Friday, July 23. See page 9 for registration details. $

Learn more about your community! Quincy is a treasure trove of historical information. Stop by the Lincoln-Douglas Debate site located at Washington Park, visit the John Wood Mansion, or stop by and see our friends at the Quincy Museum. You learn something new every day, so why not learn something new about your hometown?

Speed Climb the

ROCK WALL

In addition to the picnic tables in front of The Kroc Center, Washington Park has many shaded areas that would be perfect for laying down a blanket and having a picnic.

Our rockwall will be re-opening this summer. Check our website for details!

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KROC CENTER TURNS

Look for fun anniversary events this summer!


The Salvation Army Ray & Joan Kroc Corps Community Center opened in 2011 as a beacon of hope for the Quincy community. Ten years later, it’s fulfilling Joan Kroc’s vision to provide character and confidence building opportunities for individuals, children, and families. While the big red slide is the main attraction of the Aquatics Center, it’s The Kroc Center’s commitment to water safety that’s keeping kids in the pool. Children as young as nine months are taking swim lessons at The Kroc Center, which is the area’s only Infant Swim of America certified facility. With an eye on public wellness, in 2018 The Kroc Center initiated a program to address obesity. Adams County was named the most obese county in Illinois, so in partnership with other businesses, The Kroc Center spearheaded Adams County Taking Initiative on Obesity Now or ACTION. Hundreds of people entered the 10-week program with goals of getting active, losing weight, and eating healthier. The Kroc Center offered special membership rates for participants along with fitness and cooking classes. Besides building healthier bodies, The Kroc Center is also building healthier minds. The after school Kroc Academy offers tutoring, healthy snacks, and activities. Youth directors include STEM teaching by using robots that give children hands-on learning with computer coding. These students have access to technology they may not get at home or even school. The

Kroc Center also stepped up during the pandemic to offer remote learning for parents who didn’t want to send their children to school, but couldn’t afford to stay home from work. K.R.O.C. Kids is an award winning character building program in the division. Enrollment continues to grow. Every summer, The Kroc Center is alive with the sounds of music as The Kroc partners with the school district to offer the Joe Bonansinga Music Camp, a week-long music program for top young musicians. The Kroc Center also opens its doors when the community is most in need. It serves as a warming and cooling center; it hosted a coordinated effort to prepare countless meals during a city-wide power outage following a massive windstorm; and The Kroc served as a distribution location for meals at the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic. The National Guard has used The Kroc for training and fitness testing for its troops. Additionally, each Thanksgiving and Christmas, the gym is converted into a large community room as hundreds of people come to enjoy a free holiday meal. “It’s tremendous,” said Tony Reis, a charter member. “There are other options out there, but I think overall with the church services you provide, the programs for the kids, and the workout facilities, they’re second to none.” Because of its efforts in the community, The Kroc Center was one of the recipients for the inaugural Herald-Whig Hero of Business and

Industry Award in 2019, the only nonprofit to be recognized. The Kroc Center has also been recognized as the top fitness facility multiple times by Herald-Whig readers. It’s also received two gold star ratings from THQ for The Kroc Center evaluation and standards review. Besides the tremendous economic boost provided during construction, a 2015 national study found the Quincy Kroc Center has a $13-million annual impact on its community. Like many Kroc Centers, the pandemic hit hard with a three-month shutdown followed by capacity restrictions when The Kroc reopened. But it responded with no or reduced fees for members, thorough cleaning protocols for the facility, and a goal to maintain high customer service values. Despite the shutdown, Kroc Church found a way to hold weekly services. When the congregation couldn’t meet in person, the church continued to worship on Facebook live. Captains Michael and Kristina Sjogren arrived on July 1 in the midst of the pandemic. But as Senior Kroc Officer, Capt. Kristina sees a bright future for the facility. “This pandemic is creating new ways for everyone to think about how we do life together, especially here at The Kroc Center. I am excited and thank the Lord for the new opportunities we will have to reach people in our community and to serve them in ways we have not seen before. We know The Kroc Center will continue to change lives for years to come.”

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Activities by Age Education & Fine Arts Piano Guitar Ukulele Private Music Lessons Youth Music Ensembles Creative Ministry Cooking & Nutrition/Hand Lettering Digital Art Classes/Painting

Congregational Life Sunday Worship Service Kroc Academy School’s Out Day Camp Camp Kroc Day Camp Moonbeams Adventure Corps - Explorers Sunbeams Adventure Corps - Rangers Girl Guards The Ledge Game Room Senior Band Praise Team Women’s Ministry Focus Group Women’s Fellowship Wednesday Devotions Corps Cadets Salvation Army Women’s Auxiliary Men’s Ministry Kroc Student Ministry

Ages

Aquatics

Ages

Fitness & Wellness

5–17 yrs 5–17 yrs 5–17 yrs 5+ yrs 8–18 yrs 8–11 yrs 10+ yrs 14+ yrs

All Ages (Nursery provided) Grades K–6 | 7–12 CITs Grades K–6 | 7–12 CITs Grades K–6 | 7–12 CITs Grades Pre K–K (Boys) Grades 1–5 (Girls) Grades 1–5 (Boys) Grades 6–12 (Girls) Grades 6–12 12+ yrs 14+ yrs 14+ yrs 14+ yrs 16+ yrs 14+ yrs Grades 6–12 Women 18+ yrs 18+ yrs Grades 6–12

Ages

Parent/Baby: Learn to Swim - Tadpoles 12 mo–23 mo Infant & Toddler: Swim Training/Private Lessons 9 mo–3 yrs Parent/Toddler: Learn to Swim - Frogs 24 mo–3 yrs Preschool: Beginner - Krocodiles 4–6 yrs Preschool: Intermediate - Lobsters 4–6 yrs School Age & Adult Private Lessons 4+ yrs School Age: Beginner - Alligators 7–10 yrs School Age: Intermediate - Otters 7–10 yrs American Red Cross Lifeguarding Must be 15 years old by end of class

Zumba® POUND® Kroc Dance Fitness Personal Training Strength Core Kroc Cycling Les Mills BODYCOMBAT® & Les Mills BODYFLOW® Les Mills BODYPUMP® & Les Mills CXWORX® Low-Impact Fitness Senior Fit Step It Up Healthy Aging Water in Motion Easy Going Aqua Fit Aqua Blast

Ages 8+ yrs 8+ yrs 8+ yrs 13+ yrs 13+ yrs 13+ yrs 8+ yrs 13+ yrs 13+ yrs 13+ yrs 13+ yrs 65+ yrs 13+ yrs 13+ yrs 13+ yrs 13+ yrs

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Membership

SpecialS

3

Month SUMMER

Membership

Available for purchase May 3–June 30, 2021 Benefits are equivalent to a Silver level membership. Must purchase all three months at one time. No guest passes. See page 6 for individual pricing.

$25

SUMMER Student

Membership Available May 1–July 31, 2021

Open to full-time college students only. Must present a current student I.D. $25 per month, $75 when paying for all three months. No guest passes.

Refer a Friend – WIN A MEMBERSHIP!

Refer a new member and be 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 August 31. Winners notified the first week in September. Every member who refers a friend gets a FREE Kroc t-shirt! Purchase of a new 1-year Silver or Gold Level Membership is required. Referred friend may not have been a member within the last 12 months. See KrocQuincy.org for complete rules.

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