682YLP Live: Dave Henderson Band2017-02-24 19:00:002017-02-24 22:00:00#940c840
442Cardio exercise2017-02-24 05:30:002017-02-24 06:30:00#29bae6What leader Bonnie Fralicks describes as a "high intensity boot camp" takes place early in the morning three days a week at the Clubhouse and is free of charge.
The exercises aimed at raising the heart rate to your target zone for general health or weight loss are done at intervals and require handheld weights. Attention is paid to the upper body, abs, core strengthening, pushups, and sometimes running.
Participants should be in good general health, Fralicks said. Ages range from 20s to 60s, although in the past older residents have also joined.
Fralicks says exercisers should bring a set of weights from 2 to 10 pounds, yoga mat, towel and water.
Contact:Bonnie Fralicks Phone: 559-658-5608 Meets: 5:30 a.m. Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays in the Fireside Room at the Clubhouse.
441Mens' Club Golf Scramble2017-02-24 08:00:002017-02-24 10:00:00#32b32b
Every Monday, Wednesday and Friday (except on Men’s Club Friday events) from 8 to 10 a.m. the “Pterodactyls” meet for a 9-hole scramble and a 9-hole captain’s game. Regular golf course fee applies, and the losing foursome pays the winners a minimal fee.
Due to the winter storms that have hit our area recently, we have closed these streets from public access:
At Stetson and Holiday.
At Stetson and Titan.
At Corral and Titan.
The recent construction from the waterline project and the conditions of the road, have severely impaired our crews from repairing the roadways. As of today, February 6, 2017, at 10 a.m. there are road closures around the Titan project site. These closures are to all through traffic, not residents who live on these streets. (The closure is to “one lane” only for residents who live in these areas.)
These areas have a restriction of 15 mph. Please note that if these instructions are not followed, it will take longer to fix the issues.
Please avoid these areas as they are limited to residents who live on these streets between the closures, and who must also observe the 15 mph speed limit.