A changing clientele sees new areas on the way.CHALPAT SONTI November 22, 2012 4:33am
Seymour Youth and Fitness Club committee members at the site of the extension to its Chittick Park building.
Work has started on the extension to the Seymour Youth and Fitness Centre.
Centre president Sergio Prado-Arnuero said it was part of the changing make-up of the centre.
‘‘We have a group of eight or nine ladies coming here and for them boxing is not the main thing,’’ he said.
‘‘To do cardio training everyone can do that with a circuit. It is also very good for small kids and mature people. We have three or four people with back injuries and for them to be doing exercises on an upright bike is very hard.’’
He is also keen to broaden the types of users of the facility.
‘‘We want to diversify the target group.
‘‘The disadvantaged group need to be in contact with people who don’t belong to that group to lose their fear of socialising.’’
The extension is being built by Broadford-based Peter Griffiths, and was made possible by a $100
UPDATE: The CFA has downgraded its advice message.
The Yarrawonga Mulwala Cricket Club has hosted the first ever ACA Masters contest at the Stan Hargreaves Oval in Yarrawonga.
There was a good turnout for Wednesday’s Remembrance Day service in Tatura, which saw a number of wreaths laid at the War Memorial, and the presentation to Brad Corken, of the Tatura RSL Spirit Award 2015, by president Robert Mathieson.
THE annual One and All Inclusion Day is heading back to the revamped Echuca Racecourse on Sunday.
A GROUP of Rochester Secondary College students visited Bendigo last week to donate blood for the first time.
Bowls Club hosts 49th Victorian Country Masters Pairs
The Oriential Weatherloach has infested the Goulburn River.
The largest ever Strawberry Fields crowd turned out to enjoy the event on the Murray River at Tocumwal at the weekend.
AFTER the hottest October in Victoria since records began in the 1850s, it will come as little surprise that rainfall across the district was unusually low.
The lead up to the Christmas period has seen a group Moira Foodshare volunteers providing necessary food for those in need, one box at a time.
‘Peppinella’ development bigger than first planned
Watch and Act issued for Corowa and Wahgunyah near Rutherglen, urging people to leave now as conditions may worsen.
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