Volume No. 15 Issue No. 11 November 2018  

  Meridian Ranch Center events

     Please note that all of these events are free and open to the public. One does not need to be a Meridian Ranch resident to participate. Unless specifically stated, all events are held at the Meridian Ranch Recreation Center at 10301 Angeles Road. To sign up for any of these events, stop by the recreation center, call us at 719-495-7119 or email Mary, event coordinator, at mritchie@ppymca.org.
  • Line Dancing 101 will start again on Tuesday, Sept. 11 at 1:15 p.m. Participants will learn basic terminology and steps used in line dancing. Then they will learn some elementary patterns. Everyone from ages 10 and up is welcome. Your first class is free! Classes will continue every Tuesday and Thursday for six weeks.
  • Line Dance 201 is where students will have fun and build confidence while learning actual dances. This class is just starting now, but it is not too late to come on over and join in. We meet every Tuesday and Thursday at 12:15.

   The first class for each group is free. For more details, contact the Meridian Ranch Recreation Center at : 719-495-7119.
   On Nov. 8, Meridian Ranch will be hosting its sixth annual Thanksgiving celebration. It will be held at the Meridian Ranch Recreation Center beginning at noon. This is a public event, and everyone is invited. There is no cost. The turkey and drinks will be provided. Please bring either a salad, side dish or a dessert to share. For seating and food planning purposes, please sign up in advance. Sign up by coming to the center (10301 Angeles Road) or by calling 719-495-7119 and requesting to have your name added to the list.
   This year, we are adding a new feature. Because of the proximity to Veterans Day, we would like to honor all those who are either currently serving in the Armed Forces or who have done so in the past. One thing we will be doing is adding what we are calling "The Table of Honor." We invite you to bring a picture of yourself, your loved ones or someone you know who is/has served so that we may express our gratitude. 
   We hope to see many new friends this year!
   SilverSneaker Classic: Tuesdays and Thursdays at 11 a.m. While this is not a formal Intro class, it is a good way to get started in muscle strength and flexibility. It is not an aerobic class. SilverSneaker insurance is not required.
   Free to SilverSneaker participants. Small fee per class for all others. Need not be a Meridian Ranch resident to participate.
   No previous experience needed. We will start with the basics and build from there. 
   For friends 65 plus: If your insurance policy or Medicare supplement includes SilverSneakers, you are welcome to come to the Meridian Ranch Recreation Center and take any of our land/water classes for free. You do not have to be a resident to participate, and you are not limited to SilverSneaker classes. You would also be entitled to a free Y membership. 
   For more information, contact the Meridian Ranch Recreation Center at 719-495-7119 or email Mary at mritchie@ppymca.org.
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