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Spin, Stretch And Summer High School Training Camps Added At Coronado Fitness Club

It’s a fun and busy time at Coronado Fitness Club (CFC). A growing membership base and increased summer activity due to tourists and high schoolers have prompted CFC to amp up its class schedule. CFC’s class portfolio includes spin, boot camps, zumba, yoga, TRX and MyZone heart rate zone training.CFC provides local and visiting high school students options that don’t require a gym membership. Girls Boot Camp and Strength and Speed for Athletes continue through the summer months with flexible rate options to adapt to students’ schedules. “Some kids come in for a couple of weeks, travel with family, then come back to finish the summer with us.,” says CFC owner, Chris Foote. “We want kids to have quality, flexible choices that motivate and safely train their growing bodies.”High school athletes can track their progress throughout the summer starting with a state-of-the-art InBody scan at Kevin Bruno’s Strength and Speed for High School Athletes. As opposed to focusing on the number on a scale, the InBody scan teaches people what their weight really represents, providing a detailed breakdown of muscle, fat and water in the torso and each arm and leg. For any interested student, Bruno will start the summer showing kids their true body composition. From there, they will work together to set goals, ending the summer session with another scan.

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Friday 05/17/2019
Will The Bull Market Continue? The Gensler Group To Host Annual Symposium June 6
Posted: May 17, 2019

Find out by joining The Gensler Group on Thursday, June 6, as they host their annual Market Symposium, along with speaker Burt White on the topic of “Why the Bull Market Will Continue” at the Coronado Public Library from 10:30 a.m. to 12 p.m.

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Wine & Lecture Friday, May 17
Posted: May 17, 2019

The Coronado Historical Association hosts their monthly Wine & Lecture Series on Friday, May 17 titled “Crown City by the Sea.” Join us for an evening of wine and cheese as author Jennifer M. Franks discusses her novel “Crown City by the Sea.” Jennifer M. Franks is a Navy wife, mother of two children, a flamenco guitar player, a co-founder of this year’s first Coronado Music Festival and author of four books. Her latest book, “Crown City by the Sea,” is a historical fiction novel on the founding and early years of Coronado (1885-1900) and the creation of its national treasure, the Hotel Del Coronado. Your ticket includes food and drink. The reception begins at 5:30 p.m. and the lecture commences 6 p.m. Cost for members is $15 and non-members are $18. The event takes place at 1100 Orange Avenue, seating is first come first served. For more information and tickets, visit coronadohistory.org or call 619-435-7242.

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Treating Hip Pain Free Seminar
Updated: May 20, 2019 - 9:24 am

Sharp Coronado Hospital will be hosting a free seminar on treating hip pain on Tuesday, May 21,

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Thursday 05/16/2019
Spin, Stretch And Summer High School Training Camps Added At Coronado Fitness Club
Updated: May 16, 2019 - 12:13 pm

It’s a fun and busy time at Coronado Fitness Club (CFC). A growing membership base and increased summer activity due to tourists and high schoolers have prompted CFC to amp up its class schedule. CFC’s class portfolio includes spin, boot camps, zumba, yoga, TRX and MyZone heart rate zone training.

CFC provides local and visiting high school students options that don’t require a gym membership. Girls Boot Camp and Strength and Speed for Athletes continue through the summer months with flexible rate options to adapt to students’ schedules. “Some kids come in for a couple of weeks, travel with family, then come back to finish the summer with us.,” says CFC owner, Chris Foote. “We want kids to have quality, flexible choices that motivate and safely train their growing bodies.”

High school athletes can track their progress throughout the summer starting with a state-of-the-art InBody scan at Kevin Bruno’s Strength and Speed for High School Athletes. As opposed to focusing on the number on a scale, the InBody scan teaches people what their weight really represents, providing a detailed breakdown of muscle, fat and water in the torso and each arm and leg. For any interested student, Bruno will start the summer showing kids their true body composition. From there, they will work together to set goals, ending the summer session with another scan.

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Friday 05/10/2019
Feast And Fareway To Open Next Month
Updated: May 10, 2019 - 11:05 am

Since this past January the Coronado golf course restaurant has been closed to make way for a new and improved eatery by the name of Feast and Fareway. While the $2 million remodel has been under way, a snack bar has continued to serve food and drinks to golfers on the east side of the building under a large tent. During a recent visit to the site, the restaurant building was still fenced off while the interior is almost finished and waiting for furniture and last minute touches.

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Bridget Carlson Joins Scott Aurich
Posted: May 10, 2019

Scott Aurich is pleased to announce the addition of Bridget Dineen Carlson to his office. Carlson has been a Coronado resident since 1999 raising her family with her husband John. She has been a successful automobile executive for the last 30 years. Coming from a solid business background and an extensive knowledge of the community she will be a great addition to the office.

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Stop The Bleed Training Class
Posted: May 10, 2019

Initiated in 2015 by the White House, “Stop the Bleed” is a national campaign designed to raise awareness about what you can do to stop life-threatening bleeding in the event of an everyday emergency or a man-made or natural disaster before professional help can arrive. 

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Friday 05/03/2019
Free Financial Seminar
Posted: May 03, 2019

A free financial education seminar, open to the public, will be held at the Coronado Public Library in the Winn Room, 640 Orange Avenue, on Wednesday, May 1 at 6 p.m. This will be an information-filled event with a free gift drawing entry for all who attend, with other surprises, too. Registration is not required to attend, but it is requested. For registering and for more information, visit https://www.eventbrite.com/e/preparing-your-money-for-your-future-a-free-event-open-to-the-public-tickets-60325300598?aff=ebdshpsearchautocomplete.

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