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Tee off for wounded soldiers MOMS gather, learn, connect
Show appreciation for those who gave to their country by participating in Area mothers and their young children meet monthly, listen to speakers
the Marines Helping Marines Second Annual Golf Scramble on Sat., Feb. 27 at and build relationships in M.OM.S., or Making Our Mothering Signifi cant.
the Oakwood Country Club in Sun Lakes. The reservation deadline is Feb. 15. Monthly Monday morning meetings are held from 9 to 11 a.m. at Cornerstone
The event begins with an 8 a.m. shotgun start and costs $80 per person, Christian Church and childcare is available for a small fee for children 4
which includes green fee, cart, lunch and prizes. Participants should arrive 45 months to kindergarten.
minutes before their start times and wear slacks and collared shirts. Jeans and “MOMS is a place where you can be yourself, build lasting relationships and
cutoffs are not allowed. receive resources that are relevant to you,” explains organizer April Ellis.
Proceeds from the tournament, which is sponsored by the East Valley Upcoming speakers include Pastor Jeff and Lisa Royce discussing “Doing
Marine Corps League Detachment 1296, directly benefi t wounded Marines. Marriage Arm in Arm” on Mon., Feb. 1; and Darcy Day on “Going GREEN -
Golfers are advised to set their own foursomes before paying for the Simple Steps for a Safer, More Environmentally Sound Home” on March 1.
tournament. Make checks payable to East Valley Marines and mail to Kathy Breakfast and raffl es are included. There are no preregistrations or fees
Maggio at 10315 E. Coopers Hawk Dr., Sun Lakes, AZ, 85248. required except for those needing childcare. MOMS also has activities such as
mom’s night out, playgroups and a summer retreat.
Meetings are held in the Student Center at Cornerstone, located at 1595 S.
Alma School Rd. in Southern Chandler. Future meetings will be on April 5 and
May 3.
John Allen from Page 41
For more information, visit www.cschandler.com/moms.
“I’m proud that we’ve never injured a client because we focus on technique
and form and are right there to work with them,” he points out. “We aren’t a
Local MOMS Club holds open house
membership or public gym. I’m very personal with the client. When they walk
through our doors, it is all about them. People often come to me on referral
Activities for children are provided at the East Chandler MOMS Club
because they’ve been to other trainers or gyms and haven’t had success.
annual Open House from 10 a.m. to noon Thu., Feb. 11 at Tibshraeny Park in
Through word-of-mouth, they know you are going to work and you are going
Chandler.
to get results.”
MOMS Club is a nonprofi t support group for stay-at-home moms or moms
Training hours are 5 a.m. to 8 p.m. Monday through Thursday; 5 a.m. to 6
who work part-time. Activities include a monthly recipe exchange, park days,
p.m. Friday and 6 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday. The facility includes weight training
smaller playgroups, monthly fi eld trips/activities for kids and a Moms Night
and aerobic equipment plus a smoothie bar, locker rooms and tanning salon.
Out. The group also involves itself in community projects to benefi t Chandler
John Allen’s Arizona Body Sculpturing is located at 1065 W. Queen Creek
families and children.
Rd., Suite 3. Valentine’s Day specials are offered at www.johnallensaz.com or
Tibshraeny Park is located at the southeast corner of Chandler and Cooper
480-917-7270.
roads. Visit www.momsclubchandlereast.blogspot.com.
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