Director's Letter - January 2016

Happy New Year! I hope you all had a great 2015. It’s time to make those resolutions for the year ahead. Among those new resolutions might be getting back into an exercise routine after the holiday season. MWR offers many different class times and workout options to suit your goals and lifestyle. Please see the schedule in this issue and choose a class that’s right for you. If working out at the gym does not appeal to you, we have dance classes at the Letort View Community Center, numerous trips with Outdoor Recreation, as well as bowling at the Strike Zone Bowling Center. All activities provide good exercise while having fun with your family.

If the winter blues are getting you down, sign up for one of our many day trips through LTS. Start planning your vacation with MWR. Check out our feature article on how utilizing military resorts can offer you an experience of a lifetime while saving you money. If you aren’t interested in traveling, we offer discounted tickets to many area attractions, as well as bus trips your whole family can enjoy. Sign up for a trip today and get rid of that cabin fever!

Whatever your goals are this year, MWR wishes you all the best for a healthy and prosperous New Year!

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