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Walking program set in Nekoosa

6:02 PM, Jan. 8, 2013  |  Comments
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Looking for a way to get out of the house and stay active this winter? A walking program is a great way to get started, stay motivated and reach your goals.

The Walk with Ease Program can help. The program will teach you how to safely make physical activity part of your everyday life. Walk with Ease offers support, information and tools to help you keep walking a regular part of your life. By going to classes, you'll learn how to handle any challenges to your exercise plan and will receive support and tools you need to help set and reach your goals.

The program will meet from 9:15 a.m. to 10:15 a.m. every Tuesday and Thursday starting Jan. 22 and will conclude Feb. 28. Class meetings will be held at the Nekoosa Senior Community Center, 416 Crestview Lane. The program is free to adults ages 60 and older, with a $10 fee for those younger than 60. New participants are taken until the second week and registration is required. Call Ciara at the Aging & Disability Resource Center to sign up, 715-424-8468. Participants will receive a free pedometer and T-shirt. Don't be a couch potato this winter - come out and join us.

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