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Wellness Center celebrates 10 years

Thursday, October 11, 2012

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The people rolled in by the dozens for Sunday's 10th Anniversary Open House at the CRMC Wellness Center. More than 200 people attended the festivities.
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The wait - Dozens of people waited out front before the doors were open for Sunday's 10th Anniversary Open House at the CRMC Wellness Center. The first 100 people received a free commemorative T-shirt.
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Attendees at the Wellness Center's Open House look at the commemorative t-shirts.
More than 200 people attended Sunday's 10th Anniversary Open House at the CRMC Wellness Center. With the first 100 people receiving a free T-shirt, the crowd formed early outside the doors waiting for the 1 p.m. start. The Center unveiled new state-of-the-art exercise equipment and the crowd listened intently to guest speaker Adam Timmerman, former NFL star now a Cherokee farmer. Timmerman spoke of the advantages of wellness, exercise, and nutrition.

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CRMC Wellness Center Director Matt Hoskinson, middle, visits with employees and visitors at Sunday's 10th Anniversary Open House at the CRMC Wellness Center.
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Retired NFL star Adam Timmerman of Cherokee entertained the large crowd by sharing the benefits of wellness, exercise, and nutrition at Sunday's 10th Anniversary Open House at the CRMC Wellness Center.
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The large crowd attending Sunday's 10th Anniversary Open House at the CRMC Wellness Center listened and watched intently during the informative program.
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CRMC Wellness Center employees Matt Hoskinson and Kara Nelson helped distribute T-shirts at Sunday's 10th Anniversary Open House at the CRMC Wellness Center. Photo contributed



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