FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: Christin Powers at 563-344-4119 BETTENDORF - The Life Fitness Center, 2222 Middle Road, will be hosting an Open House on Saturday, September 13th from 10am to 1pm. The KUUL morning guys Mark and Steve will be on hand to compete against LFC tennis pros. For each point they score against them, the LFC will reduce new yearly member sign-ups that day by 10%. Visitors can compete in a tennis and free throw contest for prizes. The Quad Cities Flames mascot will be here to hand out player cards. There will free fitness demo classes and a nutrition discussion with Valerie from the Milan Hy Vee. The public is welcome. Participants can register to win a grand prize of $100 gas certificate. Free popcorn and lemonade will be served. 344-4119. Come dressed to work out and play! ACTIVITY TIME Flames Mascot 10-11:30am Free Throw Contest 10:15-11:00 Tennis Match 11:00-11:30 Tennis Prize Contest 11:30-Noon Mind-Body Triathlon 10:30-12:00 10:30-11(Tai Chi) 11-11:30 Pilates 11:30-Noon Yoga Healthy Foods and Nutrition Discussion. 11-11:30am Balance & Stability for Older Adults 12-12:30 Chair Stretch (All Ages) 12:30-1 Self-Defense (Teens & Adults) 1-2:30 TBA Aquatic Class 10:30-11am Pee Wee Playgym (6 & under with parent) 10a-1pm Popcorn/Lemonade Grand Prize $100 gas card 1pm drawing

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