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Early Bird Lanyard Sale

LANYARDS GO ON SALE

December 3, 2018

9 am – Noon  &  1:00 – 3:00 pm

Armstrong Room (next to SCOA) Saskatoon Field House 

Globe Walk is just around the corner.  For those of you who choose to use the indoor track at the Field House as your preferred exercise venue, Globe Walk is, once again, offering lanyards for sale at $20 which includes a parking pass.   A lanyard will give you access to the track twice per week (some people purchase more than one).  For about a dollar per visit you can walk the track during any one of the following time slots:

Mon & Weds     1-2 pm  OR  2-3 pm

Tues & Thurs    1-2 pm  OR 2-3 pm

IT IS THE BEST FITNESS DEAL IN TOWN!

Remember –  you have to be a registered Globe Walker to take advantage of this great price.  Make sure you register with your team captain or call Beth at 306 652-0027 to join the SCOA team.  The lanyard is good from January 1st to April 30th, 2019.

017_early_bird - CopyNEW FOR SCOA MEMBERS – December 3rd ONLY!

PURCHASE A MEMBERSHIP & RECIEVE A $10 DISCOUNT ON YOUR LANYARD

Membership – $25   plus  a lanyard – $10 –   for a total of $35

Couples membership is $35

                                                      A GREAT WAY TO SUPPORT SCOA & STAY FIT TOO

If you would like to take advantage of this special members price, check in at the SCOA table at the lanyard sale on December 3rd.

* This special offer will also be offered to current full SCOA members.

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On the Eleventh Hour of the Eleventh Day of the Eleventh Month … We Remember.

Thank you to all veterans (and their families) for your service.

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You might like to explore this Veterans Affairs site:  https://www.facebook.com/CanadaRemembers/

This year marks the 100th anniversary of the end of WWI.


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Canada’s Oldest Man

Robert Wiener rarely misses a day of exercise. He spends half an hour riding on his adapted stationary bike daily, 15 minutes flat, 15 minutes on an incline.

He also does weights every day, but calls himself lazy for skipping some of his stretches.

Wiener can be forgiven for missing a workout — he turned 110 last week, making this remarkable man Canada’s oldest living person.

Wiener’s eyesight is going and so is his hearing. But his mind — and memory — are completely intact.  Wiener has never been seriously ill.

He is one of five supercentenarions (over 110).

He swears by a Mediterranean diet, eating fish four times a week, but admitting to having a steak every once in awhile.

Reflecting on his life, he says his secret is simple.

“Just go about being nice to other people I suppose. Don’t be nasty. Treat people the way you want to be treated.”

CTV Montreal