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New Open Swim Schedule

Effective 5/1/15: New Open Swim Schedule To meet the needs of all of our members, we are adjusting the “Open Swim” times in the pool. We are pleased to add designated times for laps swimmers and members paying for personal training in the pool. During these hours, those members will have an extra lane or two dedicated to their needs, while still providing space in the main area of the pool for those wishing to walk or do other stretches and exercises. “Lap/Training Swim” will begin on May 1, 2015. The times are as follows: Mondays: 1:00pm – 3:30pm Tuesdays:…

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Camp Gesher

For more information, call Risa Strauss, Camp Gesher Director at 803 787 2023, extension 210. Camp Gesher Registration Camp Gesher Brochure Visit the Camp Gesher Facebook page!

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Group Swim Lessons

Group Swim Lessons for Children Ages 3-12 Tuesday & Thursday evenings May 5 – 28 Member Discount: $80 Community Rate: $110 Pre-Beginner Group Lessons Ages 3-4 Eight (8) 30 minute lessons with up to 4 participants 6:35 – 7:05 pm | 7:05 – 7:35 pm Beginner-Intermediate Group Lessons Ages 5-12 Eight (8) 40 minute lessons with up to 6 participants 6:35 – 7:15 pm Contact Megan LeGrand, Aquatics Manager: 803 787-2023 ext 306 | meganl@jcccolumbia.org  

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Come Join the Fun in Group Fitness Classes!

Come Join the Fun in Group Fitness Classes! Have fun while you exercise! See our Group Fitness Schedule and Aquatics Schedule to find a class you would enjoy… Health and Fitness Calendar Aquatics Calendar        

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Top 8 Reasons to take Cycling Class

Top 8 Reasons to take Cycling Class: Cycling classes have gone through various stages of popularity over the years.Cycling may look like one of the most intimidating group workout, but in actuality it’s one of the best places to get started! At this point in time, they happen to be reaching a peak of popularity once again. Why, you ask?  Here are eight great reasons: 1. Team Atmosphere One of the best elements of a cycling class is that it is done as a group. If you need to be held accountable in order to get the most out of…

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