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Community Wellness Day 2017


Community Wellness Day is back! If you have health and fitness goals set for the new year, this is the event for you! The Cullman Wellness and Aquatic Center will be open FREE to the public on Saturday, January 7, 2017 from 7am-5pm. Here is everything you need to know about the event!

Who can attend?
            YOU! Not a member of the Cullman Wellness and Aquatic Center? Not a problem, on Community Wellness Day admission is FREE to nonmembers! If you are a member, that doesn’t mean you won’t benefit from coming to this event. There will be a little bit of something for everyone!

What will be going on at Community Wellness Day?
            This won’t be just a regular Saturday at the gym! ALL memberships opened on this day will be $50 off when you sign-up. The Cullman Wellness and Aquatic Center will be open for workouts, fitness classes, swimming, basketball, and a health fair! The facility will offer it’s regularly scheduled fitness classes, plus a few more so that visitors can try a little bit of everything.
            The Polar Bear Plunge will also take place on this day at 11:00am. Those who wish to participate can sign-up for free to jump into the freezing cold outdoor pool for a chance to win a FREE one-year family membership to the facility.
            The health fair will feature businesses that specialize in nutritional supplements, healthy living, and leading an active life.

When will Community Wellness Day take place?
            Saturday, January 7, 2017, the facility will be open from 7am-5pm; the health fair will be from 7am-2pm. The Polar Bear Plunge will take place at 11:00am on the outdoor pool deck.

Where is the event?
            The Cullman Wellness and Aquatic Center
            1636 Field of Miracles Drive SW
            Cullman, Alabama 35055

Why should you attend Community Wellness Day?

            Why not?! At the beginning of a new year, many people love to set new goals to accomplish. This is the perfect time to make a lifestyle change and commit to something you may have never done before! Start out small and make gradual changes so that you are not overwhelmed. Small changes made over a large period of time can lead to even bigger personal success than anticipated!

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