id you know that moderate exercise can help boost your
immune system and prevent a cold from occurring? With
colder weather upon us, there are several things that you
can do here at the Club to avoid getting (or giving) colds and flu.
Many of these practices can also prevent MSRA, a staph bacterium
usually associated with hospitals and nursing homes, which has been surfacing in school settings recently.
While health officials confirm that the risk of contracting MSRA in gyms is low, the Club continues to
do its part by wiping down all equipment frequently and eliminating props, such as yoga mats, that are
more difficult to clean.
Here are some things you can do to help yourself and your fellow members:
• Wipe down all exercise equipment after use—this includes cardio and weight equipment, exercise mats,
Spinning bikes, etc.
• Use the anti-bacterial hand sanitizers located in the group exercise studios and Fitness Center
• Practice common etiquette—use a tissue to clear your nose/throat and refrain from using Club towels or
If you have symptoms of a cold with no fever (i.e., symptoms are above the neck), then moderate exercise
is safe. If your symptoms indicate the flu (i.e., muscle aches, tiredness, swollen lymph glands), then you
should wait a few weeks before you are feeling better to resume exercising.
And of course, be sure you eat a balanced diet, get adequate sleep and avoid too much stress.
In a recent New York Times article, Dr. Kent Aftergut, assistant clinical instructor of dermatology at
the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center, suggests sanitizing fitness equipment before use
or put a towel over the bars. Dr. Kent also recommends not staying in hot sweaty clothes, which can be
a breeding ground for bacteria, and using an antibacterial soap. Other suggestions include washing your
hands often, using your own yoga mat and showering with flip-flops.
We encourage you to use these tips to ensure your good health over the holiday season.
Have a happy holiday! We look forward to serving you in the New Year.
Erin Rucker Oto Terry Romero
General Manager Assistant General Manager
A New Site for PAC
Pacific Athletic Club is proud to announce the launch of our new website at
www.pacclub.com. Here are a few key features we think you’ll enjoy:
• Improved navigation to explore all of PAC’s resources easily
• A photo gallery of our favorite programs and areas of the Club
• A special section dedicated to Kids & Youth programs and facilities
• A monthly calendar of events highlighting all the activities around the Club
• A weekly class schedule with search capability. Sort by day, time, type of
class, or your favorite instructor
Situated on almost ten acres in Redwood
Shores, CA, this upscale facility is
Check out the new website launching on December 1st. If you have any
considered a “sports resort”
Learn More >
comments or questions about the site, let us know at email@example.com.
T idb it s for the N ew Year
If you are like most, you spend the holidays contemplating what nutrition
and fitness changes you’d like to institute when the New Year hits. For some
of us, it’ll be spending more time at the Club, others will work on eating
smaller portions, and still others will work on one particular part of their
diet such as calories, vegetables or fats. No matter what your 2008
nutrition plans are, below are some tidbits to get you thinking.
… An average bagel is 300 calories or equal to 3 or 4 slices of bread.
… Broccoli is a good source of calcium in case you don’t like to drink milk.
… The average calorie need of an adult male is 2,500 per day. Female is 2,000.
… Bananas are a great source of the mineral potassium but so are potatoes.
… Smoothies often have 400 to 450 calories – the amount found in 6 pieces of fruit.
… Butter and margarine have about the same amount of fat and calories – just different kinds of fat.
… The average person eats less than 2 servings of vegetables per day but the goal is to have 3 to 5 servings per day.
… The nutrition in your meal can be judged by how many colors are on your plate. The more color, the more nutrients.
… Low fat cookies often have the same amount of calories as regular cookies. They replace the fat with more sugar!
… Wheat bread and white bread are the same thing except wheat bread has added molasses or caramel coloring
to make it look dark like whole wheat bread.
If you have any questions or would like to schedule a consultation with PAC’s Dietitian Toni Bloom, call (650)593-4900, x311.
NEW E-MAIL SERVICE! Your monthly Club statement can be directly sent to your e-mail.
Members who wish to have their statements sent electronically can contact the business office
Seminars & Athletic Events via firstname.lastname@example.org. Otherwise, we will continue to send your paper statement.
Take Control of Your Mood Today Sharks vs. Vancouver Canucks
December 11, Tuesday. Psychotherapist Ellen Resnick, a December 13, Tuesday. Meet at 5:00pm. Bus leaves at 5:30pm.
specialist in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, will help you dis- Cost: $60. Includes ticket, pre-game dinner and transportation.
cover some excellent tips to help you cope this time of year.
2008 WAGA Schedule
Meditation for Health & Peak Performance The 2008 WAGA Tournament Schedule has a full slate of
January 8, Tuesday. Time: 6:30–9:30pm. Cost: $35. Don’t events running from February through August. Look forward
wait for a crisis to learn how to beat stress. Become one who to making 2008 your best golf year ever.
can face challenging situations with calmness and clarity.
Range Balls and Golf Lessons
Ageless Beauty PAC members receive an exclusive discount on range ball
January 9,Wednesday. Time: 6:30–8:00pm value cards at Mariners Point. You can purchase $150 worth
So many fresh choices for your face! Dr. Mary Lynn Moran, a of range ball credits for $110. Mariners Point also offers les-
facial plastic surgeon, will review all of your options for you. sons at a discount: $49 for 30 minutes and $90 for one hour.
What’s Eating You?
January 15, Tuesday. Psychotherapist Ellen Resnick will help Seminars & Athletics Information
identify your triggers for overeating and teach you how to Please sign up at the Activity Information Center. For more information,
break unhealthy food habits. please contact the programs office at (650)593-5700.
PACIFIC CURRENTS December/January 3
12-Week Coaching Circles for Women
Fitness January 8–March 25, Tuesdays
without Borders Cost: $799 before January 5, $874 after
Wanted: Powerful women who are ready
Have you ever thought “I want to incorpo-
to manifest their goals. Join our “Law of
rate an effective fitness routine into my life,
Attraction” women’s support group and
but don’t know where to start”. Well, here’s
plan the best year of your life. Melissa
the program for you. This 5-week program
Redd, Total Wellness Coach and founder
targets the beginner and includes aero-
of Redd Coaching will take you through
bic, strength, and flexibility training in a
this program where you will determine
non-intimidating, safe environment. Karin
your unique talents and use our struc-
Heller designed this program specifically for
tured program to manifest your goals and
those individuals who have a difficult time
desires. Receive two individual coaching
staying fit on a regular basis. Her thought-
sessions and 12 group coaching sessions.
ful and kind approach will lead you to
increased endurance, muscle mass, aerobic
12-Week Coaching Program to
capacity, and self-confidence.
Health & Happiness
January 8–February 7, Tuesday & Thursdays January 9–March 26, Wednesday
Time: 1:15–2:30pm. Cost: $169. Includes a Cost: $799 before January 5, $874 after
pedometer and binder for fitness tips. Team up with Coach Melissa Redd and
find your health turning point before you
hit a CODE REDD crisis. Is your health
Cross-Training PowerFit Training in the green, yellow or red? Learn how to
December 11 – January 10; Tuesday & January 7–February 8, Mon-Wed-Fri. build healthy habits and empower your
Thursday. Time: 9:00–10:00am in the gym. Time: 9:30–10:45am. Main Gym. emotions one week at a time. The results
Cost: $185. Drop-ins welcome. First time is Cost: $75-1 day, $135-2 days, $170- will be weight loss, energy to make your
free. Contact Breanne Feudale x363. 3 days. Instructor: Jenna Castillo goals happen, and a happier, more joyful
Stop working out and start training! Cross This training is for anyone that has hit a you. Receive two individual coaching ses-
training will challenge you both mentally fitness plateau and is looking for a way to sions and 12 group coaching sessions.
and physically, while getting you in the break it. Jenna Castillo is a mixed martial
best shape of your life. Experience an ar- arts fighter and has competed internation- Stephanie Herman Style
ray of full functional movements at high ally. She is a powerhouse of enthusiasm Ballet Technique
intensity to improve your speed, power, with a love for fitness. Training combines Meets on Mondays. Time: 12:30–1:30pm.
agility, coordination, endurance and more. boxing, kickboxing, self-defense moves Studio 2. Cost: 4 classes $60, $20 drop-in
with core, agility and cardio work. Incorporate innovative dance movements
Introduction To Yoga with body alignment and intricate muscle
January 5, 12, 19 & 26, Saturdays Kids Tae Kwon Do isolation. Develop your fullest potential,
Time: 11:00am–12:30pm in Studio 2 Begins January 8. Time: 4:00–5:00pm lengthen and strengthen your core, release
Cost: $149. Includes a yoga mat Ages 5 & up. Meets Tuesdays & Thursdays tension, and build stamina through grace
Instructor: Diane Milner Studio 2. Cost: $79 per month. Contact and charm. You will feel like you’ve had a
Based on B.K.S. Iyengar teaching, this Breanne Feudale x363 professional dancer’s workout.
introductory series will teach how yoga Tae Kwon Do is a Korean martial art that
strengthens and stretches the body, and literally translates to the art of kicking and
quiets the mind. The four 90-minute punching. It is character-
classes will include standing poses to gain ized by fast high kicks,
flexibility and strength, seated poses, weaponless self-defense,
forward bends to calm the mind, back gaining confidence and
strengthening, relaxation and maintaining mental and
breath awareness. physical health.
4 December/January PACIFIC CURRENTS
San Diego Junior Open
Six PAC juniors with Head
Pro Richard Elliott traveled
down to Southern California to
compete in the San Diego Junior
Open. All players performed
include: Bransten Ming winning
the Boys Under 11, Gabriel Morgan winning the Boys Under 11 Consolation, Ethan
Ming took 3rd place in the Boys Under 15, and Todd Lavine was a finalist in the
Boys Under 19. Patrick Smith, Boys Under 11, and Milo Watanabe, Boys Under 17,
Youth Programs Begin in January also performed creditably in their respective divisions. The tourney was great fun and
January 21–February 22 experience for the PAC juniors as they are now planning on playing in an upcoming
Join us for our new youth programs event in Portland, Oregon.
designed to increase aerobic capacity,
lean muscle mass, mental focus, and National Junior Rankings Col. Bud Thompson Memorial Open
emotional development in a support- Congratulations to our PAC juniors who November 30–December 2
achieved national rankings this year. This is a United States squash sanctioned
ive, non-competitive environment.
Designed for ages 8-13, these weekly tournament and will host 8 men’s and 4
Division Name Ranking ladies’ divisions. Entries close November
45-minute classes include yoga, athletic
Under 11 Bransten Ming, age 10 1
conditioning and spinning and meet on 26, 2007. Download an entry form online
Under 11 Gabriel Morgan, age 9 6
Monday, Wednesday and Fridays from at www.pacclub.com.
Under 11 Patrick Smith, age 10 13
3:40–4:25pm. Complimentary for family Under 13 Bransten Ming, age 10 46
memberships; $40 indiv/couple member- Under 13 Gabriel Morgan, age 9 113 Squash Information
ship per 5-week session. Contact Jennifer Under 15 Ethan Ming, age 13 55 Please sign up for all events at the Activity
Bouchard (650)593-4900 x384. Under 17 Milo Watanabe, age 15 201 Information Center. For more information please
Under 19 Todd Lavine, age 17 69 contact the Squash Office at (650)622-9097.
Salsa Partner Dance Lessons
January 25– February 15, Saturdays LEAGUE CHAMPIONSHIP RESULTS
Time: 7:00–8:00pm. Studio 2
Cost: $59. No partner necessary
This class, taught by Vera Quijano,
renowned salsa dance instructor, is for
the beginner student with very little or
no dance experience. Learn the basics
of salsa dancing including turn patterns,
timing and some stylization. Meet new
friends, get a good workout, and go on Open Draw (l to r) : Runner-up: Jeff Schroeder, A Draw (l to r) : Winner: Evan Goldberg,
a salsa “field trip” to try our new moves Winner: Hiro Notaney Runner-up: Andrew Bullen
out on the town.
Group Exercise Information
Please sign up for all events at the Activity
Information Center. For more information
please contact Group Exercise at (650)593 B Draw (l to r) : Runner-up: Ed Diller, C Draw (l to r) : Winner: Ron Marsh,
4900 x384. Winner: Sandesh Patnam Runner-up: Gerado Fries
PACIFIC CURRENTS December/January 5
Get off to a
Self-Defense Total Core Training Teen Weight Training
Cost: 12 sessions $820, 6 sessions $465 or January 8–February 7, Tuesdays & January 8–February 7, Tuesdays & Thurs-
single session $90. Contact Breanne Feudale Thursday. 10:00–11:00am. Cost: $185 day. 4:30–5:30pm. Cost: $230. Ages 12-16
x363. In a real world situation, an attack Contact Rich Kinder x318. Contact Rich Kinder x318.
is over within a few seconds. These few Focus on core control using body weight Learn proper weight training technique
seconds are crucial in determining life or exercises with medicine balls and stabili- and your teen will be better prepared for
death. Learn how to punch, kick, knee ty balls to build strength and endurance. the demands of recreational and sports.
and elbow your way to safety while build-
ing lean muscle and increased confidence Group Training for Weight Loss Kids Core & Cardio Program
January 7–February 1. Monday 6:00– January 8–February 7, Tuesdays & Thursday
Women On Weights 7:05pm, Wednesday 6:00–7:05pm and Ages: 8-12 yrs. 3:30–4:30pm. Cost: $185
January 7–February 6, Mondays & Friday 5:30–6:35pm. Cost $280 Contact Rich Kinder x318.
Wednesdays. 10:30–11:30am. Contact Julia Blanton x348 Focus on fun and functional exercises to
Cost: $228 Contact DeAnn Teixeira x361. Achieve weight loss improving health improve health and conditioning with car-
Building muscle using proper weight and fitness through the combination of diovascular, strength, flexibility and core
lifting techniques is the best way to keep cardiovascular exercise, weight training, training. Learn how to use cardio equip-
healthy metabolism. nutrition and lifestyle modification. ment and Keiser “air” weight machines.
Boot Camp Uncovering the Myths of Nutrition Family Fitness
January 7–February 8, Mon-Wed-Fri. January 15, Tuesday. Time: 7:00– Meets Tuesdays & Thursdays
7:00–8:00am or 9:30–10:30am. Cost: 9:00pm. Cost: $25. Contact: Julia 3:30–4:30pm. Ages 8-16.
$195. Contact DeAnn Teixeira x361. Blanton (650)593-4900 x348. Fitness & Complimentary to family memberships
Did you know the average Boot Camp Nutrition Coach Julia Blanton teaches Build on developing a healthy lifestyle for
participant loses 2-3% body fat and you how to eat for improved health, life long fitness with PAC trainer Dionna
increases strength 25-50%? Get stronger, pleasure and natural weight manage- House. Parent and child workout together
faster and leaner in PAC’s popular class. ment. Healthy snacks served. learning correct lifting techniques, nutri-
tion tips and setting goals.
I lost 100 lbs at PAC! Health Hawks
Jack Kingsley weighed 350 lbs when he started training with Meets Wednesdays 3:30–4:30pm. Ages 6-11
personal fitness trainer Claude Maugein. By following a well- Complimentary to family memberships
designed, progressive training program and incorporating A program where kids participate in daily
smart dietary guidelines, Jack now weighs 250 lbs. Jack has physical exercise through fun, innovative
acquired many new habits that continue to insure his goal activities. Contact: Breanne Feudale x363.
next year of dropping below 200 lbs. He also is the first to say
it was much easier than he thought. Anyone can accomplish
anything they desire provided a few key ingredients are
present. By the way, if you see Jack, ask him how much he Fitness Information
Please sign up for all events at the Activity
weighs – he gets a kick out of that! Look for a seminar in Information Center. For more information
January about “How Jack Did It”. Contact Claude Maugein please contact the Fitness Office at (650)593-
at (650)593-4900 x366 for more information. AFTER 4900 x255.
6 December/January PACIFIC CURRENTS
Make Swimming More Fun
Each year more people swim more than
any other sport. Here are some different
ways to make swimming more entertaining.
1) Switch speeds. Don’t swim the same
pace for the entire workout. Mix it up with
slow, medium and fast laps.
2) Use the clock. Swim 50 yards, take a
10-second rest and repeat 8-10 times.
Keep your times consistent. Intervals keep
you honest and keeps your heart rate up.
3) Vary your strokes. If you normally
swim freestyle choose a different stroke or
work on different sets of muscles. Swimming truly is a sport for life. Children have a natural affinity for the
4) Use toys. Kickboards and pull buoys water and are drawn to its beauty, soothing properties and its potential for pure joy.
are fun to use, give you variety and helps Whether it’s a trip to the ocean, a lake or a pool, there’s nothing like the exhilaration
you to focus on specific muscles. of kicking, splashing and jumping around in the water. As we get older, the fitness
5) Try Masters swim practice. It’s free and therapeutic benefits of the water continue to draw us in. And for good reason.
for members and offered 17 times a week. Swimming is one of the most effective non-impact overall body workouts around.
You do not have to be a “master” at
The best times to swim laps at the Club are weekdays 7:00–10:00am, 1:00–4:00pm,
swimming. All levels are welcome.
or 7:00–11:00pm and weekends from 2:00–9:00pm. Also, please share lanes on busy
days. Have a great workout and enjoy a sport for life!
Important Pool Reminders
• There will be no lifeguards at any of
the pools until May 2008. Polar Bear Swim Dare Holiday Workout Schedule
• Winter pool temperatures: main lap December 21, Friday November 22, Thursday Club Closed
pool 80 degrees, rec pool 88 degrees, Time: 12:00–2:00pm. Ages 5-10. Free November 23, Friday Masters 8:30–10am
back pool 83 degrees to family memberships, $20 indiv/couple Water Fitness 10–11am
• The back lap pool is reserved for memberships. December 24, Monday Masters 8:30 –10am
adults over the age of 16 only from Dare to brave the cold icy waters? Water Fitness 10–11am
December 25, Tuesday Club Closed
September through May. Your child will enjoy swimming and
December 31, Monday Masters 8:30–10am
• Children under 5 are not allowed in games with our staff. Exercise, fun, hot
Water Fitness 10–11am
the hot tub. tub time and prizes for everyone.
January 1, Tuesday Masters 8:30–10am
Water Fitness 10–11am
Adult Swim Lessons Private & Small Group Lessons
Did you know that 46% of Americans Private and small group lessons are These are the only classes offered on these days.
are afraid of swimming in deep water and available with flexible scheduling. Classes on all the other days will follow our
39% of adults are afraid to put their face Children’s group swim lessons will regular schedule.
in the water? PAC swim instructors are begin February 4th.
trained and ready to help you overcome
your fears. This is a great time to begin
lessons because the tent
is up over the rec pool
and the water is calm,
quiet and warm. Aquatics Information
Please sign up for all events at the Activity
Information Center or online at www.pacclub.
com. For more information please contact the
Aquatics Office at (650)593-7165.
PACIFIC CURRENTS December/January 7
Member/Guest Mixed Doubles Tournament
Thank you so much to all of you who came out to play and support our “Pink Ribbon” Tournament this year
as we raised $600 for the American Cancer Society. Congratulations to the winners and finalists listed below.
Flight A: Greg Dorn/Whitney Wood def. Flight B: Carlos Bolanos/Lisa Kerns def. Flight C: Mike Rudolph/Geri Crane def.
Anthony Paz/Bronwyn Hogan Michael Shpizner/Stephanie Elkins Gary Roslow/Holly Roslow
2007 Member/Guest Doubles Tournament
Women’s Flight: Laurie Merrill/Margaret Men’s A Flight: K.C. Corkery/Tom Myers Men’s B Flight: Ken Walter/Rick Raybin def.
Berry def. Linda Difuntorum/Janice Carter def. Martin Mulligan/Greg Dorn Glen Neilsen/Craig Ortiz
2008-09 Tennis & Squash Directory
Ever need to find a player? Want to be on the tennis
roster? Provide your information at the Activity Info
Center or e-mail email@example.com. Let us know
of any additions or changes by January 7, 2008. If you
want to advertise your business, please contact Paul
Allam. This publication is mailed to your home and is a
“must have” for all PAC tennis players. It is also a great
way to “connect & advertise” with other Club players.
2008 SAP Open
Don’t miss your chance to watch World Class Men’s
Tennis up close at the HP Pavilion in San Jose. This
year promises to be an ever hotter tournament with
Congratulations to PAC 2.5 Women’s Team for winning both the dis- Roddick, Blake and the Bryan Bros. (our U.S. Davis
trict and sectional championships and being the first PAC team ever Cup Squad). Discounted tickets are available for the
to reach the USTA National Tournament in Palm Springs. Congrat- second round matches on February 21, quarterfinals on
ulations to all the ladies, including captain Nounie Siy and co-captain February 22, semifinals on February 23 and the finals
Val Sweeney, as they finished 3rd in their flight at Nationals. on February 24.
8 December/January PACIFIC CURRENTS
PeeWee Winter Tennis Don’t Become A Statistic
Begins January 10, Thursday Heart disease and strokes kill one in
Indoor courts. 7-week session includes 1 make-up every 3.7 men and one in 2.4 women
Two classes each Thursday: Class 1: 4:00–4:45pm. Class 2: 4:45– 5:30pm. and continues to be the leading cause of
Cost: $125 or $22 drop-in. Saturday PeeWee clinics will begin again in early March. premature death. However, recent research
Our classes feature a variety of drills and games designed to improve coordination has proven to be beneficial in the early
and focus. Small group activities provide a fun learning environment that will be a detection and intervention of coronary
solid foundation for any sport. This popular program, directed by Lindsay Montero, artery disease. The Framingham Study has
is a wonderful way for kids to develop a lifetime love for tennis. shown that the higher the total cholesterol
level, the higher the subsequent rate of
Junior Winter Class Schedule 2008 coronary disease in men and in women.
Classes begin the week of January 7. Includes 7 classes with one make-up class. Individuals with cholesterol values over
PeeWees. Ages 4–6. Thursday: 4:00– 4:45pm, 4:45–5:30pm. $125. 300 mg/dl developed coronary artery disease
Level 1: 1st–2nd grade. Monday or Tuesday, 3:45–4:30pm. $125 90% of the time; however, this group only
Level 2: 3rd–4th grade. Monday or Tuesday, 4:30–5:45pm. $180 represents about 3% of the population.
Level 3: 5–6th grade. Wednesday, 3:45–5:00pm or Thursday, 5:00–6:15pm. $180 The occurrence of coronary disease in
Level 4: 7–8th grade. Wednesday, 5:00–6:15pm or Thursday, 3:45–5:00pm. $180 individuals with cholesterol values less
Level 5: High School. Friday, 3:45– 5:00pm. $180 than 150 mg/dl was non-significant. Most
Level 6: Jr. Tournament Academy. Players obtain advanced playing standard of us fall in an “in between category” with
to participate. Contact Head Pro John Hubbell. cholesterol levels between 150 and 300
mg/dl, where you cannot be sure that you
2008 Lesson Rates are going to be free of disease. Learn more
Director of Tennis & Head Tennis Pro: Private: $88 per hour; $55 for 30 min. about your heart disease risk through these
Semi-private: $55 per hour per person. Associate Pros: Private: $78 per hour; $50 BaySport programs:
for 30 min. Semi-private: $50 per hour per person. Group Lessons: 4 students: $45
per student for 90 min; $32 per student for 1 hour. 3 students: $53 per student for 90 The Complete Medical Profile. BaySport’s
min; $41 per student for 1 hour lesson. Executive Physical Examination offered for
$725 (normally $795) from December to
February. Exam includes a comprehensive
Holiday Egg Nog Mixer
physical examination, diagnostic treadmill
December 7, Friday
evaluation, complete blood panel, vision
Time: 6:00pm. Indoor courts
and hearing screen, urinalysis, and
Watch the tennis staff for the
pulmonary function testing.
final tennis exhibition of the
year and some fast-hitting Berkeley Heart Lab’s Advanced
doubles action. Later join us Cardiovascular Diagnostic Blood Tests. Cost
for some holiday cheer as we $445. These ACD tests go much further
serve complimentary hot apple than the basic lipid panel to uncover an
cider, egg nog and Paul’s world inherited abnormality that may increase
famous Scottish shortbread. heart disease risk. These tests have
identified inherited abnormalities in 80%
Tennis Information of patients with heart disease.
Please sign up for all events at the
Activity Information Center. For
more information please contact
the tennis office at (650)593-4999.
To schedule an appointment or for more info,
please call BaySport at (650)593-2800.
PACIFIC CURRENTS December/January 9
Winter Camps Winter Baseball Clinics
December 24-28 and December 31–January 4. Ages 4 –9. Dates and times will be posted at
Age 4 are limited to half day camp. Cost: Half Day 8:00am– www.pacclub.com
12:30pm, $165 or $45 per day. Full Day 8:00am–3:30pm. Sharpen your baseball skills and play
$265 or $70 per day. Extended care is available for an additional games in this fun clinic with Coach
fee. No camp on December 25 and January 1. Mike Montalbano.
Join the fun with various activities including arts & crafts
and swimming in our covered pool. A healthy lunch will be Sports Sessions
provided daily by the Dining Room. Session 1 cost: $36 family membership, $40
Home for The Holidays Session 2 cost: $48 family membership, $58
December 4–20, Tuesday & Thursday indiv/couple membership.
Time: 3:30–5:00pm. Ages: 4-6
Cost: $75 family membership, $80 indiv/couple membership Little Niners Flag Football (Ages 3-6)
‘Tis the season to be crafty! Create thoughtful, homemade Session 1: Mondays, December 3–17
gifts for the holidays and experience the joy of giving. Session 2: Mondays, January 7–28
Time 3:30–4:15pm in the main gym.
Evening with Santa Skills introduced include throwing,
December 15, Saturday catching, defense and running routes.
Time: 5:00–9:00pm. Ages: 4 and up in the KidSpace. Ages
6 wks-3 yrs old in the Children’s Center. Special infant care Big Bears Basketball (Ages 5-7)
available for infants 6 weeks to 17 months old. Cost: $30 family Session 1: Mondays, December 3–17
membership, $35 indiv/couple membership. Pizza dinner. Session 2: Mondays, January 7–28
Ho Ho Ho! Santa Claus is coming to PAC! Come have a Time: 4:30–5:15pm in the Kids Studio
great time decorating cookies and holiday ornaments. Improve on the fundamentals of the game
Take a picture with Santa and bring home a photo ornament. such as defense, offense and team strategy.
Shopping Days in KidSpace & Children’s Center Little Bears Basketball (Ages 3-4)
Every Monday and Friday in December Session 1: Wednesdays, December 5–19
Time: 9:00am–1:00pm. Cost: $30 family membership, $35 indiv/ Session 2: Wednesdays, January 9–30
couple membership. 25% off addit. siblings Time: 3:30–4:15pm in the Kids Studio
Enjoy a fun-filled morning with games and activities Focus on the basic skills such as dribbling,
while you take care of some holiday shopping. passing, shooting in a fun environment.
World Cup Soccer Camps & Clinics Little Tikes Soccer (Ages 3-6)
January 12-February 2, Saturdays Tuesdays or Thursdays
Time: 11:00–12:00pm. Ages 7-12. Session 1: December 4–20
Cost: $70 family membership, $85 indiv/couple membership. Session 2: January 8–31
Location: Main gym Time: 3:30–4:15pm. Lawn or Kids Studio
These sessions involve teaching new and inexperienced Skills introduced include kicking,
players the fundamental skills of soccer while helping to shooting and dribbling techniques.
develop the individual skills and tactics of more experienced
players. All sessions will be run by the World Cup Soccer Pretty Pointers Ballet (Ages 3-5)
Camp staff. Your child will receive the highest level of Wednesdays, January 9–February 30
instruction and attention in a fun and safe environment. Time: 3:30–4:00 in Studio 2
Saturdays, January 12–February 2
Time: 1:30–2:00 in Studio 2
10 December/January PACIFIC CURRENTS
Mad Scientist Just Kids Camp
January 10–31, Thursdays January 7–June 6, Monday–Friday
Time: 4:30–5:15pm. Ages: 6-8 Ages 3-5. Time 9:00–12:00pm. Cost: Full week $120 family membership,
Cost: $34 family membership, $44 indiv/ $130 indiv/couple membership. Daily: $30 family membership, $35 indiv/couple
couple membership. membership. Hourly: $12 family membership, $14 indiv/couple membership.
Young scientists will experiment and This camp provides a strong foundation in the basics of physical movement
create various projects, including making and social activity through sports, organized games, obstacle courses to
your own “ph” indicator, test tap water, develop motor skills, music and movement, story time, arts and crafts, and
grow test tube creatures, capture a more. Snack included for daily or weekly signup. Must be potty-trained.
rainbow in a test tube, create silly slime,
carbonation launch and learn about the Baby Signs – Introductory Workshop
science of acids and bases. For more information please visit our website at www.pacclub.com
Babies already sign when they cry, lift their arms to be picked up, point to a
Little Picassos Art Class toy, or simply blow you a kiss. Wouldn’t it be nice to know more precisely
Ages: 3-5. Every Thursday, January 17 what your baby is trying to tell you? Baby Sign Language allows parents to
–May 29. Time: 12:45–1:30pm. Cost: communicate long before babies can verbalize their wants and needs. This
$145 family membership, $165 indiv/ workshop introduces more than 40 signs that are based on American Sign
couple membership. Learn about world- Language and is designed for babies up to 18 months.
renowned artists such as Monet, Van
Gogh, Da Vinci and Michelangelo and Tumble Tots
create your own works of art. Dress January 7–February 11
ready for a mess! Age: 10-20 months. 11:00–11:30am in the Kids Studio.
Complimentary for family memberships, $60 indiv/couple membership.
Little Amigos Spanish Class Families participate in circle time, music, parachute games and explore
Ages: 3-5. Every Tuesday from January individual movement. Tumbling equipment is geared for small children.
15–May 27. Time: 12:45–1:30pm. Cost:
$145 family membership, $165 indiv/couple
membership. Children’s Center Information
Activities include singing, art, storytime, The Children’s Center is for ages 6 weeks to 4 years old and is open 8:00am–8:00pm
creative movement, games and more to Monday–Friday and 8:00am–5:00pm on weekends. Sign up for programs at the Activity
make learning Spanish fun. Information Center or in the Children’s Center. For childcare reservations, call direct
during business hours at (650)593-1313 or book on-line at www.pacclub.com.
The following programs are ongoing.
For more information, please visit our
website at www.pacclub.com.
Holiday Hours for KidSpace and Children’s Center
Kids Night Out Birthday Parties December 24, Monday 8:00am-1:00pm
Parents Night Out Mornings Away December 25, Tuesday CLOSED
Movie Night Afternoons Away December 31, Monday 8:00am-1:00pm
Power Hour Busy Bodies January 1, Tuesday 9:00am-5:00pm
Please sign up for all events at the Activity
Information Center. Monday-Friday 8:30am-
8:00pm. Saturday-Sunday 8:00am-5:00pm. For
more info contact KidSpace at (650)232-1451.
PACIFIC CURRENTS December/January 11
Making Wishes Come True Again
This year’s Mr. PeeWee Benefit at Pacific Athletic Club raised
more than $90,000 for the Greater Bay Area Make-A-Wish
Foundation. Highlights include the Winemakers Reception,
Black Tie Dinner and Pro Am Tennis Tournament. At the
Black Tie Dinner, VIP Wish Kid Jericho Rajninger told of his
wish to build a robot for other sick kids at UCSF Hospital. The
Pro Am tournament featured tennis legends such as Scott Davis,
David Pate, Don Johnson, and Bob Lutz. Paul Goldstein and
Kannan Ayyar defeated David MacPherson and Michael Kaiser
in the final match. We would like to thank all of our sponsors VIP Wish Kid “Jericho Rajninger and family
for their generosity.
Thank You from Make An Impact
On behalf of Pacific Athletic Club, we would
like to extend a heartfelt thank you to all who
supported our Make An Impact fundraising
efforts benefitting the American Cancer
Society. Together we raised over $27,000 for breast cancer
research, patient services, education and advocacy. Pacific
Athletic Club is grateful for your continued support of our
outreach programs. Western Athletic Clubs matches 100%
2007 Pro Am Tennis Players
of all donations made to American Cancer Society. This
For more information on Community Outreach at Pacific Athletic Club, match contribution will help local innovative research and
please contact Shelly Alifano at (650)593-4900 ext. 227. program initiatives based on exercise and cancer treatment.
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