Happy New Year to you and your family! We are happy for a fresh start in 2021 and hope you continue to make health a priority. We have lots of new programs this January and hope to see you at the Club!
Thank you to all who donated to our St. Vincent de Paul Winter Coat Drive in December. We were able to collect over 65 winter coats, 30 hats, 17 pairs of gloves and 12 scarves to local residents. Thanks to the SVDP Winter Coat Drive, over 1,140 Cincinnati neighbors have received a coat thus far this season.
"Spinning is one of the best total body workouts you can do while having a low impact on joints. A spinning class targets 7 major muscles groups: core, upper body, back, glutes, quads, hamstrings and lower legs."
Have you tried a Pilates class yet? This class will kick your stretching, core strength and flexibility into gear. Try one of our AM or PM times!
Intro to Spinning Classes
Try a free Intro to Spinning class if you are unsure of where to start. Class will be 30 minutes long and will get you ready for a full length spinning class once you're done!!! Don't forget your water bottle!
We've made things easier for you to sign-up for a tennis class! Check out our weekly drop-in calendar. These classes offer flexibility for those busy schedules. There is no weekly commitment, you just sign-up when classes work for you!
Claire Gibbs, Kathleen Hirth & Family, Daniel Breslin, Melissa Scholl & Family, Roland Wessel, Abby Fraley, Tim Schweikert, Noah Kraus and Trisha Poulos
IN MEMORY OF JOHN HAM
We lost one of the best this week. John made Cincinnati his home after moving from the state of New York. While he lost the accent he kept the attitude. John played tennis 5 times a week here at Western for more than forty years. Each day started the same way, a cup of coffee and spirited conversations with his buddies. John worked as an illustrator for several companies throughout his life, most notably Proctor & Gamble. At P&G John was responsible for helping create the Mr. Clean character, still as popular today as he was back in the 1950's. Like Charlie Schirmann, John's good friend, he was a reason many tennis players joined the Club and continue to play. We will all miss his interesting conversations over popcorn and coffee in the lobby.