Spring Into Action starts
Sport Waikato is running a sixweek challenge for everyone to get fit for summer called Spring into Action. The challenge runs from 1 November to 10 December and participants are encouraged to be as active as possible.
Sports clubs, leisure facilities and activity groups have linked their activity to the challenge. These include zumba, kick boxing, indoor pools activities, Studio Active gym, women’s cycling, line dancing, outdoor bowls, tennis, walking, circuit classes and exercise to music.
It is free to be a part of the challenge however some activities do incur a small fee. Registration is essential.
This is a great way to tone up, lose body fat and get fit for summer. There are weekly prizes as incentives with a major final prize for the most active person over the 6 weeks.
To register your participation contact Pricey at the Sport Waikato office on 886 9002 Get Cooking The next 6-week healthy cooking on a budget course will start on November 3 at the Elim Church on Aotea Crescent in Tokoroa from 1 till 3pm. Registrations are still being accepted for these free classes. To find out more phone Pricey at the Sport Waikato office.
Tokoroa Hash House Harriers will meet tonight at Pockets on Bridge Street at 6pm. Running night will then change to each Tuesday night from November, so next week they will meet at the Trees tavern on Tuesday at 6pm. Everyone is welcome to join this friendly group. Sports Awards Congratulations to the 45 nominees in the 2010 South Waikato District Sports Awards.
All nominees have been notified and invited to the celebration to be held on Wednesday November 17 at te Wananga o Aotearoa conference centre in Tokoroa.
Judging is being completed today by this year’s judges: Mathew Grocott, Robert Rogers and Jenny Shattock.
Tickets for the awards ceremony can be purchased from the Sport Waikato office phone 886 9002 or email me at email@example.com Swim Teacher Training Swimming NZ will be holding an assistant swim teacher award training this Sunday at the indoor pools in Tokoroa. The course is for a swim teacher who wants to develop their skills and facilitate learning in the water.