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BCRD FitWorks, Ice House and Footlight Dance Seek to Address the Physical You
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BCRD Fitworks will continue to offer Zoom classes, even though Fitworks reopens on Monday.
   
Friday, June 12, 2020
 

STORY AND PHOTOS BY KAREN BOSSICK

BCRD’s FitWorks will reopen its doors on Monday, June 15.

BCRD Recreation Director Jenna Vagias said members will note plenty of fresh paint and a sparkling clean facility. The BCRD has also moved some exercise equipment into the group exercise room and roped off some treadmills to allow those working out to spread out.

Since the Community Campus itself is closed, members will be asked to enter through the back doors, walking along a one-way path that will take them through the gym to promote physical distancing. They’ll be asked to wash their hands at an outdoor sink and don a face mask upon entering.

 
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Jenna Vagias stands amidst x-d out workout machines.
 

People do not need to wear a face mask while working out, Vagias said.

Lockers rooms will be available for handwashing and restroom use—exercisers should bring their own towel, water bottle and be dressed to work out.

A few fitness classes will be held on the south field adjacent to the Community Campus at 9 a.m. Mondays through Thursdays. And a full lineup of live online fitness classes will continue to be offered through Zoom.

Annual memberships will have three months added to their account, and other membership plans will be adjusted to reflect the shutdown, as well. Day-use drop-in patrons will be allowed.

 
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Some exercise machines have been moved into the group exercise room for the time being.
 

CAMPION ICE HOUSE TO PROVIDE RESPITE FROM SUMMERTIME

The Campion Ice House will reopen on June 15-16 with a five-week hockey clinic with Chad O’Brien. Elite hockey players will have to get up early—clinic starts at 6:30 a.m. But Squirts, Mites and other ages get a reprieve, starting later in the morning.

An Overspeed Hockey camp for adult will be offered July 17-19 and youth camp sessions July 20-24 and July 27-31.

For more information, visit https://haileyice.org.

Slater Whitehead has built a large 2020 Yeti 140SB bicycle as part of his Wood River High School personal project. And he’s raffling it off to raise money for the Sun Valley Youth Hockey scholarship fund.

Only 300 tickets will be sold at $50 each. To buy raffle tickets, call Whitehead at 208-721-2422 or email slatersunvalley@gmail.com. The drawing will be held July 15.

OUTDOOR DANCING

Footlight Dance Centre is hosting Outdoor Dancing from 1 to 1:45 p.m. Mondays and Wednesday through July 1 at the Community Campus lawn in Hailey.

Tennis shoes are mandatory. Drop-ins are welcome. Classes are pay what you feel.

 

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