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SENIOR CENTER ADULT OPPORTUNITIES / CLUBS & ORGANIZATIONS Fort Collins Senior Sports Club What do the icons or symbols mean? Senior Center members only Program/activity has member special pricing Online registration not available for program Adaptive Recreation Opportunity program. Senior Sports Club is an active group of seniors 50 and older who have a love for playing sports. Take advantage of this opportunity to interact with people who share your same interests both through sport activities and social events. Annual dues are $5. As a member, you will qualify to participate in the Senior Games and availability of purchasing fitness passes at a reduced rate. Senior Sports Club Fitness Passes Senior Sports Club fitness passes are available for $50 for 25 visits, which saves you $22.50, and can be used during the following times: Badminton Badminton Badminton Basketball Pickle Ball Everyone Advanced M, W, F T, Th T, Th M, W, F T Th Su 8:00-10:00 AM 6:30-8:30 PM 8:00-10:00 AM 8:00-10:00 AM 6:30-9:00 PM 6:30-9:00 PM 12:30-3:15 PM 3:00-5:00 PM 9:30 AM 9:00-11:00 AM 10:00-11:30 AM Senior Center Senior Center NACC NACC Senior Center Senior Center Senior Center Senior Center Rolland Moore Park EPIC EPIC Senior Advisory Board The Senior Advisory Board advises City Council on issues related to older adults and is comprised of individuals of all ages who share a concern for the aging members of our community. The board consists of 11 members; nine members are appointed by City Council, and two members are appointed from the Senior Center Council. The Senior Advisory Board meets the second Wednesday of each month at 1:30 PM. The first 20 minutes of each meeting is devoted to public participation. Organizations assisting Senior Center staff Senior Center Council The Fort Collins Senior Center Council assists and advises the administrative staff in matters regarding the operation of the Fort Collins Senior Center and are elected representatives from the senior membership. Elected representatives meet the third Monday of each month at 1:30 PM. Members are invited to attend. Written information for the Council to consider can be submitted on comment cards that can be found at the Greeter’s Desk. Table Tennis T, Th, Sa Tennis Ice Skating Swimming M-F W T, F Clubs & Organizations Adventure Travel Club This club meets the second Thursday of each month at 2:30 PM and features IMAX films or other travel films or speakers on travel. There is no fee. We can’t print the video titles here, but they are available in the brown brochure rack in the Senior Center lobby. “AOA” Badminton Players If you enjoy the energetic, fast-paced game of badminton, join the group of Active Older Adults that play up to five times a week! All abilities are welcome; however it is recommended that individuals who are new to badminton begin participation at the Senior Center and advance to the Northside Aztlan Community Center. Ongoing. Drop-in fees apply. Northside Aztlan Center Tu/Th 8:00-10:00 AM Senior Center M/W/F 8:00-10:00 AM T/Th 6:30-9:00 PM C.H.A.T. (Crafts Hobbies Arts Time) Senior Sports Club Meetings Senior Sports Club meetings are held every other month on the second Monday with a potluck supper at 5:30 PM at the Senior Center. Each meeting features helpful information on living a healthy and active life. Information is shared about events and activities. All members are asked to bring their own dinnerware and a dish to share. The activities of the Club are guided by a volunteer board with the assistance of a staff liaison. Board meetings are held every 2nd Monday of the even months at 9:30 AM at the Senior Center. Current list of sport contacts: Swimming Badminton Bicycling Bowling Table Tennis Basketball Tennis Golf Track Pickle Ball Kathy Garwood Doris Taylor Robert Manbeck Rob Seagraves Clarence Elbert Fritz Kitowski Fritz Kitowski Open Jim Frances Clarence Elbert 482-5162 221-3335 226-3477 282-9204 221-0269 282-1626 282-1626 225-2902 221-0269 Participants meet on a weekly basis to present their arts and crafts projects to others in the group. Individuals are encouraged to share new ideas and techniques, all this while they enjoy the camaraderie of other artisans. Location: Senior Center Ongoing W 1:00-3:00 PM 80 SPRING 2011 | FCGOV.COM/RECREATOR | 970.221.6655 http://www.FCGOV.COM/RECREATOR

Table of Contents for the Digital Edition of Recreator - Spring 2011

Recreator - Spring 2011
From the Executive Director
Registration Information
Facility Profiles
Calendar of Events
Adaptive Recreation
Alternative Programs
Lifeguard Training
Aqua Fitness
Low Intensity
Medium Intensity
High Intensity
Arts & Crafts
Dance & Movement
Day Camps
Early Learning
Parent with Child
Education & Enrichment
The Farm
Gardens on Spring Creek
Ice Skating
Speed Skating
Youth Hockey
Outdoor Recreation
Senior Center / 50 Plus
Clubs & Groups
Health & Wellness
Social Opportunities
Member Only Activities
Trips & Travel
Youth Team Sports
Age Index

Recreator - Spring 2011