Posted on 23 January 2015.
Curves (www.curves.com) and Jenny Craig (www.jennycraig.com) are now under one roof and have teamed up to help people in the Cedar Springs community reach their health and weight loss goals in 2015 and beyond. The business is located in the same building, at the northwest corner of Main and Elm Streets. A dedicated Jenny Craig consultant is there to help guide members step-by-step with personalized menu planning, strategies for various eating situations, support and more, along with a Curves coach, who is there to lead a 30-minute full-body workout with strength training, cardio and stretching for every fitness level. The Curves/Jenny Craig of Cedar Springs is among the first in the nation to offer the combined weight loss and health solution from both brands.
“I am excited to be chosen as one of the first Curves/Jenny Craig centers and am thrilled to bring this new innovation in weight loss to the Cedar Springs, Mi community,” said Christine Holman at Curves/Jenny Craig of Cedar Springs. “Those looking to kick off the new year with a renewed focus on health and weight loss now have a simple and effective solution in one location. It is simple to get started–just walk right in.”
The center will host an Open House from January 12-22. During this time, prospective members can enter to win a free Curves and Jenny Craig membership* plus learn about a special offer.
Open House activities will include:
• A free tour of the Curves / Jenny Craig center
• Receive a FREE health assessment
• Try out the renowned Curves circuit, including Curves Workouts with Jillian Michaels
• Free Jenny Craig popcorn
• Meet with a Jenny Craig consultant to learn about the many ways to customize your weight loss expe-rience
• A special offer, raffles and giveaways
For more information visit www.curves.com and www.jennycraig.com.
*No fee to enter and no enrollment required. Prize is one (1) All Access Curves plus Jenny Craig membership for 12 months, including enrollment fee and monthly membership fees. Plus the cost of food. Plus the cost of shipping. Time and date of drawing subject to location. Must be redeemed within two weeks of notification of winning. Drawing to be held no later than January 31, 2015.
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Posted on 22 March 2013.
Curves International announces its 15th Annual Food Drive, “Feed the Need,” and challenges Curves’ club members in the U.S. and Canada to meet a goal of 100,000 donations during the two-week period of March 11—March 23. Each club, including Curves of Cedar Springs, is asking its members to donate bags of non-perishable food or cash to support their local community food bank. In addition, Curves of Cedar Springs will waive the joining fee for new members who bring in a bag of non-perishable food or donate $30 to their local food bank during the two week period.
When combined donations from all Curves clubs reaches the goal of 100,000 donations, Curves International will donate 10 percent of March 2013 profits to “Blessings in a Backpack,” a non-profit organization that ensures that impoverished elementary school children are fed on the weekends throughout the school year.
“This year’s theme, ‘Feed the Need,’ really represents both what we want to accomplish with this year’s food drive and what we do as a business,” said a Curves of Cedar Springs staff member. “We want to help feed local families and school children who would otherwise go hungry on the weekends and we also want to ‘feed the need’ of local women seeking a health and fitness program that fits their busy lifestyle.”
For more information about Curves of Cedar Springs, located at 55 N. Main, and the 2013 Curves Food Drive, contact a Curves of Cedar Springs staff member at 616-696-1689 or 97PF9XZPO@curvesmail.com. For more information about Curves, please visit www.curves.com.
Posted in Business
Posted on 12 January 2012.
- The used gown sale fundraiser earned money toward the library match challenge Saturday.
Two fundraisers held last weekend earned money toward the $50,000 challenge match toward the Cedar Springs Library building fund.
The gently used gown sale held at the high school Saturday earned $175 toward the cause. According to Christine Burns, who helped organize the event, the dresses that are left will go to local consignment shops, and will still earn money toward the library.
- The Biggest Lozer weight-loss fundraiser also earned money toward the library match challenge Saturday.
The Biggest Lozer challenge was a popular event, with 25 people weighing in at Curves Saturday. “We raised $562.50 towards the library $50,000 match challenge,” said Alicia Imhoff, organizer. “But more important, we all took a step towards being healthier.”
Donna Clark, Mary Osborne and Debra Jo VanderWerff were winners of the Body By Vi giveaways, courtesy of Sally Howland.
Prizes are being given away for the greatest percentage of body weight lost in three categories: women, men and seniors. And it’s not too late to join. Just stop into Curves during normal business hours: M-TH 7-11 a.m. and 4-7 p.m., Fri. 7-11a.m. and Sat. 9-11 for their weigh-in, measurements and a $25 entry fee. Weigh out is in March.
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