Grand Re-opening Celebration at Sports & Fitness Edge of EssexEssex, Vermont/ September 17, 2007- On September 22, 2007 the Sports & Fitness Edge hosted a GRAND RE-OPENING celebration at their Essex location. All were welcome to attend this event at 4 Gauthier Drive in Essex.This event will showcase the newly renovated facility, which includes a large state-of-the-art fitness space featuring brand new equipment and a cardio theater, in addition to three new studios for group fitness classes. Kids & Fitness, our licensed preschool, has been enlarged and expanded to provide high quality childcare for more local families.A substantial part of this renovation project included the addition of Physical Therapy Center of Vermonts 4th and largest location where patients can take advantage of the innovative Healing Waves Program” as well as the existing physical therapy programs and services. On September 22nd the staff will offer tours of this new center.Other events taking place on September 22nd include the launch of Les Mills BodyPump classes. Trained instructors will be teaching these classes on Saturday at 10 am and 2 pm, and all are welcome to register 879-7734.Sports & Fitness Edge is also hosting a Health & Activity Fair as part of the Grand Re-opening celebration. This community event is free and open to the public, and features a bouncy castle, door prizes, and tables full of information about other health and wellness-related businesses and organizations in Vermont.For more information on the Grand Re-opening and Health & Activity Fair at Sports & Fitness Edge of Essex, contact Mike Feitelberg at 658-0001 or email@example.com(link sends e-mail). About Sports & Fitness Edge, Inc. — Sports & Fitness Edge, Inc has provided fitness opportunities to the community since 1966. Members are welcome at any of the five locations that are run by the company. In addition, there are three Kids & Fitness Preschool facilities that provide child care for local families. The Physical Therapy Center of Vermont was founded in 2001 and offers an extensive list of rehabilitation services at four different locations. Go to www.sfedge.com(link is external) for more information.
Topics : The students will be supervised by 178 lecturers and 16 regional coordinators virtually.“They have also received a briefing on online platforms for farmers, waste management as well as online village development planning,” Irfan said in a statement.Salsabila Ramadhani, a student of the university’s School of Engineering, said she appreciated the university for holding the program online due to the danger of the coronavirus disease.“I don’t want to lose time. We don’t know when the pandemic will come to an end,” Salsabila said. “This [the virtual KKN program] is for the best of all.”Read also: Teachers go extra mile to teach students as schools remain closedEducation and Culture Minister Nadiem Makarim, who spoke at the KKN inauguration ceremony, appreciated UGM for the innovation, which was important in protecting the health of the students as well as local communities during the COVID-19 pandemic.While praising various themes chosen by the program participants to assist the community in facing the pandemic, Nadiem urged the students to help teach elementary school students who face difficulties in learning due to the outbreak.“I hope students of UGM and students from other universities help elementary school students to study from their respective homes by becoming their mentors,” the minister said. Read also: KKN community work program goes online amid pandemicUGM rector Panut Mulyono said the KKN program, which aimed to develop the students’ understanding of problems in local communities, had to be done online to prevent further COVID-19 transmission between the participating students and the communities.“We don’t want to halt students’ study progress, while also taking into consideration the health and safety factors,” said Panut.Separately, the university’s community service director Irfan Priyambada said the students applied several themes to their community work, such as promoting a healthy lifestyle, developing tourism in villages, strengthening people’s finances and preparing village communities ahead of the so-called new normal period. Thousands of of Gadjah Mada University (UGM) students in Yogyakarta participated in the seventh wave of the university’s virtual compulsory community work (KKN) program, which focuses on helping local communities face the so-called new normal period.The KKN program started on Monday, with 4,505 students participating in the virtual community work to assist 263 villages until Aug. 18. This is the seventh batch of participants in UGM’s virtual KKN program, with the first batch being sent in March.Traditionally, the KKN program sends participating students to live on-site for about two months. However, due to the pandemic, the students can only do community services from their respective dormitories, rented rooms or houses.