Sad to see Curves go

Sad to see Curves go I recently learned that Curves Ladies Gym, in the Horwood's Mall, is closing on Dec. 24. It will be a sad day for many members. Maureen Caron, the owner, has done a wonderful job of welcoming individuals to join a warm, friendly pla

I recently learned that Curves Ladies Gym, in the Horwood’s Mall, is closing on Dec. 24. It will be a sad day for many members.

Maureen Caron, the owner, has done a wonderful job of welcoming individuals to join a warm, friendly place to keep fit. For many of us it has also been a social outlet where we meet new people and share our ideas, stories and secrets, a place where there is lots of laughter, leaving there feeling much better about ourselves and the world around us.

We are losing a much-needed service in the community, where women are uninhibited and able to work out in a safe environment.

Maureen, unfortunately, was unable to find another suitable location and had no choice but to close her business. For many of us, there is no alternative, as this facility has machines that work all muscles during a 25 minute work-out three times a week. Thank you to Maureen and Curves for helping us all reach and keep our goals. We are going to miss you.

Carole Laurie

Whitehorse

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