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Fitness First

August 30, 2005

Albany- Just when talk of the holidays begin to fill the thoughts of women everywhere, recreational general supervisor Mildred Green says that, "We want women to come in and start working out at now, putting fitness first and living a healthy lifestyle."

Turner gymnasium is open to all men and women and is free to anyone who wants to come. The doors are open Monday through Saturday 9 AM to 1:00 PM and Monday through Thursday 4 PM to 8:30 PM.

Green also suggests that women take up a sport or just come in and workout.

Some programs include boxing, requital, table tennis, ping pong, volleyball, and free play basketball for both men and women. The gym is open to anyone and again free to those who want to get a chance to put fitness and health first.

Contact Turner Gym directly at 229-430-5239. It's located at Turner field in Albany.

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