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National Fitness Day

Dawn Glover (seated) gets an orientation on some of the exercise machines at the Trail Aquatic Centre from staff members (from the left) Diana Howard, Cheryl Hutchinson, and Heather Woods, for National Fitness Day Saturday. In celebration of the nation-wide event, the City of Trail offered up free passes to a variety of drop-in fitness classes ranging from aquafit to seniors nutrition. - Art Harrison
Dawn Glover (seated) gets an orientation on some of the exercise machines at the Trail Aquatic Centre from staff members (from the left) Diana Howard, Cheryl Hutchinson, and Heather Woods, for National Fitness Day Saturday. In celebration of the nation-wide event, the City of Trail offered up free passes to a variety of drop-in fitness classes ranging from aquafit to seniors nutrition.
— image credit: Art Harrison

Dawn Glover (seated) gets an orientation on some of the exercise machines at the Trail Aquatic Centre from staff members (from the left) Diana Howard, Cheryl Hutchinson, and Heather Woods, for National Fitness Day Saturday. In celebration of the nation-wide event, the City of Trail offered up free passes to a variety of drop-in fitness classes ranging from aquafit to seniors nutrition.

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