Get to the rec center to get fit in 2022: Talk of the Towns – cleveland.com

Posted By on January 11, 2022

BROADVIEW HEIGHTS, Ohio -- Did you put on a few pounds over the holiday season like so many of us? Heres the best deal in town for working off those pounds: A membership at the Broadview Heights Recreation and Community Center is affordable, convenient and fun.

For just $210 a year, an adult (19 to 59) can:

Have free use of the fitness center and indoor track during open hours

Have free use of the natatorium and gyms during open swim/gym time

Receive discounts on select programs and activities

Receive discounts on room rentals and birthday parties

Membership fees for other groups include the same amenities: College student (18 to 23) -- $105, Senior (60 and older) -- $95, Family -- $355, Youth (up to age 18) -- $105, Veteran -- $95, two adults or one adult and children -- $335.

Go to http://www.broadview-heights.org for full information.

The center also offers a variety of classes for all ages and interests:

Group Exercise Classes. Classes are offered in packs of five classes or three-month unlimited. Passes for members start at $35 for five-pack and $120 for unlimited. Resident and non-resident passes for those who arent center members are offered at a higher rate.

To purchase your pass, go to http://www.bhrec.org/register and log in. Once you have done so, navigate to Pass Purchase or Pass Renewal. Select the type of group exercise pass you would like to buy and add it to your cart. Continue through to the payment screen.

They also have a new, streamlined check-in process (hint: no waiting at the desk). As always, you may reserve your spot online or just drop in. If you have a pass, you can head straight to your class to sign in. Anyone purchasing a single class Drop In must stop at the desk to pay, then can take your receipt to the instructor.

SilverSneakers Classes. Did you know that you dont have to be a member of SilverSneakers to take a class? A group exercise pass is required to take these classes without a SilverSneakers membership.

SilverSneakers classes are offered five days per week. Classes include Classic (beginner introductory class), Cardio Circuit (intermediate cardio), Yoga, Ener Chi and the new aquatics class, Silver Splash. Check out http://www.bhrec.org to learn more. All SilverSneakers classes are listed in green on the printable Group Exercise schedule.

Youth Golf Lessons. Youth Golf Lessons for kids ages 7-16 will be held at the Broadview Heights Indoor Golf Simulator. No rainouts, and a great learning environment. Participants will receive instruction on the basics of the golf swing and the rules and etiquette of the game.

Children need to bring their own clubs and water bottle. Each participant will also receive a gift certificate for four free hours on the golf simulator included in the lesson price. Sessions run once per week for five weeks. Class maximum is 6 participants. 4 to 5 p.m. Thursdays, Jan. 13 through Feb. 10; 9 to 10 a.m. Saturdays, Jan. 5 through Feb. 12. Fees: member $80, resident $85, non-resident $90.

Newly elected North Royalton Ward 5 Councilwoman Dawn Carbone-McDonald (second from left) was recently officially sworn into office. The oath of office was administered by Broadview Heights Mayor Sam Alai, right. Also pictured is Dawns husband, Michael McDonald, and her mother, Louise. (Photo Courtesy of Dawn Carbone-McDonald)

New councilwoman: Newly elected North Royalton Ward 5 Councilwoman Dawn Carbone-McDonald was officially sworn into office Jan. 1 for her first term on City Council in a private family ceremony. The oath of office was administered by Dawns cousin and Broadview Heights Mayor Sam Alai. Dawns husband, Michael McDonald, and her mother, Louise, were also in attendance.

Fond farewell: Brecksville City Council said goodbye and thank you to three members for their over 50 years of combined service to the community: Lou Carouse, who served an unprecedented 32 years; Kim Veras, who served eight years; and Council President Mike Harwood, who served 12 years.

Harwood served as council vice president for six years and council president for four years, serving 10 of his 12 years in a leadership role.

In January, City Council will entertain Resolutions of Commendation for the three outgoing council members, noting their many contributions to the city. Thanks go to all of them for their dedication to Brecksville and their tireless efforts in representing the best interests of our community.

Presidents list: Capital University is pleased to announce that Em Kmiecik of North Royalton was named to the Presidents List for the fall 2021 semester.

Capital has three lists denoting academic distinction among full-time, degree-seeking students: Presidents List, Provosts List and Deans List. The Presidents List indicates the highest level of academic distinction. To be named to the Presidents List, students must have achieved a grade point average of at least 3.85.

Free celebration: The Maltz Museum of Jewish Heritage will be free and open to the public Monday, Jan. 17, featuring the special event, Hear Our Voices: Annual MLK Day Celebration.

Rooted in the Jewish value of respect for all humanity, the museum is proud to honor the legacy of the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. with an all-day celebration, including free museum admission, virtual family activities and an online program featuring special guest Dr. Khalid el-Hakim, founder of the Black History 101 Mobile Museum.

All activities are free. Advance registration is required. Visit http://www.maltzmuseum.org/MLK for more information and to register.

Let the Brecksville, Broadview Heights and North Royalton communities know what is going on with your organization, church, school, business or family. Email me at shirleymac48@att.net.

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