t WINTER Recreation 2010 Center www.FlintRec.com Introducing NEW Cardio Equipment! Rec Center Features It is with great pride that we present a brand new fleet of state-of-the-art cardio equipment: ACTIVITIES ROOM A multipurpose space with table tennis and i 7 Treadmills i 3 Stairclimbers pocket billiards. i 5 Ellipticals i 2 Recumbent Bikes AEROBIC DANCE ROOM i 2 Ascent Trainers i 1 ADA compliant Includes a suspended floor and mirrors. i 1 Hybrid Bike Arm Ergometer i 1 Stairmaster Stepmill CARDIO THEATER Enjoy Precor® Ellipticals, Cybex® and Cardiovascular fitness is the most important aspect Quinton® Treadmills, Lifecycles®, of any fitness program! In 2007, the American Stairmaster® Freeclimbers, and Concept II® College of Sports Medicine (ACSM), in association Rowers, Matrix® Hybrid Cycles while with the American Heart Association (AHA), watching TV. Bring your own headset/ear buds. released new exercise recommendations & guide- CYBEX® STRENGTH ROOM lines for physical activity. One of the changes was Full line of Cybex® weight machines. to recommend that healthy adults under the age of 65 do moderately intense cardiovascular exercise EQUIPMENT CHECKOUT for 30 minutes a day, 5 days a week or do vigorously A variety of sports equipment is available intense cardio for 20 minutes a day, 3 days a week. for use in the Recreation Center. Realizing that our older cardio equipment wouldn’t FREE WEIGHT ROOM be able to meet the needs of our valued customers Free weights, benches, dumbbells, and who want to adhere to these new ACSM/AHA mirrored walls located on the upper level exercise guidelines, the Recreation Center, in October just past the full line of Cybex® weight 2009, purchased a brand new, well-rounded fleet of machines, crossover cable and smith machine. new cardio equipment designed to meet & exceed the needs of the Rec fitness family. With our new LOWER LEVEL FITNESS ROOM state-of-the-art cardio equipment, we believe that Fitness studio for spinning, martial arts and we’ve successfully met the challenge of staying specialty classes, featuring fitness flooring, current with our equipment while listening & mirrors and stereo sound system. responding to the needs & expectations of our customers who demand a choice in quality exercise Bring your own earphones* & plug in to GYMNASIUM enjoy the Cardio Theater! *(or purchase Lined courts for volleyball, badminton, equipment. basketball, tennis and soccer. a pair at the front counter) LOCKER ROOMS Male and female locker rooms are located in both the Recreation facility and pool area. YourAMaizing Body Challenge II RACQUETBALL Six racquetball/paddleball courts (one with This 10-week body transformation incentive program a glass wall). is designed for UM-Flint students, faculty/staff, Rec Center members, & community. Campus convenience, SAUNAS affordability, professional staff, & the “biggest loser” Dry heat saunas are located in the male and winning approach to developing healthy eating & female pool locker rooms. physical activity habits are the focus. Targeted areas Time: 11am - 12noon SWIMMING POOL for combined improvements are circumference, body Four-lane, 25-yard recreational pool with fat, & weight loss. Location: UM-Flint Happenings Room, UCEN shallow area for exercise and play. $149 members/students $179 non-members Functional Fitness TRACK $129 returning participants Wednesday, January 27, 2010 Indoor, banked, 1/10th mile track. Begins on Monday, January 11 and continues through Monday, March 22, 2010! Nutrition TRAINING ROOM Mirrors, mats, dumbbells, heavy and speed Prize Incentives: Wednesday, February 24, 2010 bags, stability balls, and pull-up/dip station. 1st Place - $300 & 2nd Place - $150 (other prize giveaways at speaker sessions) Self Monitoring WALLYBALL Please call the Rec Center’s membership office Wednesday, March 31, 2010 Two racquetball courts are also adaptable for further program details, 810-762-3441! for wallyball. Urban Gardening WHIRLPOOL SPA Wednesday, April 28, 2010 Seven-person spa located in pool enclosure. Sponsored by MHealthy, UM-Flint Recreation Center, Free Recreation Center tours are available. win UM-Flint Staff Council, and Call 810.762.3441 CASH Community Mental Health/InShape Program Located west of the Farmer’s Market near 1-475/Longway Boulevard (exit), Intersection of Chavez & Kearsley Streets - park at Mill St. Parking Deck. VISIT OUR WEBSITE! www.FlintRec.com Opt-In for Important E-Mail Notifications Go to FlintRec.com and at the bottom of the landing page is an opt-in link for e-mail updates. We promise—no junk! Children’s Policies— All guests 16 years of age or older must provide photo Permit 89 identification to enter the Recreation Center. Flint, MI Non-members under the age of 18 must be sponsored, each visit, by a person 18 years or older. The sponsor must purchase a Day Pass, remain PAID Flint, Michigan 48502-1950 in the building, and directly supervise those who are 13-17 years of age in 303 East Kearsley Street designated areas (track, weight room, Cybex® area, cardio room, U.S. Postage whirlpool spa). Children 12 years of age and under are not allowed to participate or wait by the track area, weight rooms, Cybex® area, cardio Non-Profit Recreational Services The University of Michigan-Flint room or whirlpool and spa. Children 12 years of age and under must be directly supervised at all times. Drop-In Fitness Classes Drop-In Fitness Classes are FREE t with Membership or Day Pass — Monday, January 4 - Saturday, May 1, 2010 Aerobics Classes Low Impact Aerobics A low impact workout that turns basic movement into fitness improvement. Appropriate for any fitness level. Ab Lab FREE! Thursday, 6~7pm & Saturday, 10~11am Mind/Body Classes Strengthen your core muscles in this intense ab workout. You’ll be stronger for taking on the challenge! Step Kickboxing Ashtanga Yoga Take your kickboxing to the step and get moving! You will Challenge yourself with this more advanced form of yoga. FREE! Monday thru Thursday, 6:30~7pm use your boxing skills along with the steps. This will Improve your circulation and increase body strength while Boot Camp definitely get your heart rate elevated. calming your mind. Yoga Education Society (Y.E.S.) Club This military-inspired fitness class starts off with “The Daily FREE! Tuesday and Thursday, 12:15~1pm members encouraged to attend. Seven” warm up and incorporates upper and lower body FREE! Monday & Thursday, 4~5pm development along with cardiovascular training. Walking Off The Pounds Lunchtime Yoga FREE! Wednesday, 5:30~6:30pm A great program that uses video instruction to lead you on a 2-mile, low-impact, fitness “walk.” It’s a 35-minute noon Yoga can help you improve muscular strength, flexibility Cardio Kickboxing time class that gets you fit for the day. and balance, & provides a wonderful relaxation experience Bring the movements of martial arts and boxing to aerobic FREE! Tuesday & Thursday, 12:15~1pm to end your session. training! You will stretch, punch and kick in a rapid workout FREE! Mon., Wed., & Fri., 12:15~1pm designed to elevate your heart rate. Use your boxing skills Aqua Classes Older Adult in this low-impact, high-energy class. FREE! Monday, 5:30~6:30pm Aqua Fitness Circuit Training A invigorating water workout that enhances cardiovascular Fitness Classes A high energy class that combines cardio, strength, and fitness, strength, & flexibility. Seniors & Friends endurance training. The variety will keep you pumped! Ideal for all fitness levels. No A peer-led fitness class that incorporates land and water FREE! Friday, 7~8am swimming is required. sessions. Open to the older adult. Functional Fitness FREE! Monday & FREE! Monday, Wednesday, and Friday— Increases stamina, balance, & core strength as you engage Wednesday, 5:30~6:30pm Activities Area, 10:00~11:00am in conditioning exercises that can be done anywhere. Pool, 11:00am~12noon Splash Bash FREE FREE! Thursday, 11am~12noon A complete water exercise program designed to tone the Ben & Friends Lower Body Blast body, strengthen the muscles and condition the heart and A peer-led fitness class that focuses on low-impact and A serous leg & glute program designed to first build a lungs. Join us in a fun, safe and welcoming environment! calisthenics. Open to the older adult. lower body foundation, then chiseled lower body muscles. Adults of all fitness levels are welcome. FREE! Monday, Wednesday, and Friday— FREE! Tuesday & Thursday, 4:30~5:30pm FREE! Tuesday & Thursday, 11am~12noon LL Fitness Room, 12:15~1:00pm Get FIT Fitness Class Schedules with the family t Friday & Saturday! WINTER 2010 DROP-IN FITNESS CLASSES - FREE (Jan 4 ~ May 1, 2010) Family passes are only $15. MON TUE WED THUR FRI SAT A family pass admits up to five people Circuit Training who are eligible.* 7:00 - 8:00am Tina Aerobic Dance Room (ADR) *Family pass users must enter & exit the Rec Center Seniors & Friends Seniors & Friends Seniors & Friends Low-Impact at the same time. The adult sponsor must be at 10:00 - 11:00am Activities Area Activities Area Activities Area Gina least 18 years of age, must be a parent or Aerobic Dance Room Seniors & Friends Splash Bash Seniors & Friends Splash Bash Seniors & Friends guardian. All other persons must be immediate 11am - 12noon Pool Pool Jessica O. FREE Pool Pool F Jessica O. REE Pool SAFETY family members (i.e. grandparents, parents, Functional Fitness FIRST! siblings, or related children living at the same 11am - 12noon Jon address). The adult sponsor completes the Family ADR For the safety of Recreation Center Pass Agreement, is responsible for the whereabouts Ben & Friends Step Kickboxing Ben & Friends Step Kickboxing Ben & Friends members & 12:15 - 1:00pm LL Fitness Room Jessica O. LL Fitness Room Room Jessica O. LL Fitness Room & actions of each family member, & is also ADR ADR guests... responsible for equipment & towels checked out Lunchtime Yoga Walking Off the Pounds Lunchtime Yoga Walking Off the Pounds Lunchtime Yoga NO footballs, 12:15 - 1:00pm Maria Kay Natala Kay Maria baseballs, by all. Please refer to children non-member policy Room 11 LL Fitness Room Room 11 LL Fitness Room Room 11 softballs, for where children may be while in building. Ashtanga Yoga Ashtanga Yoga baseball or 4:00 - 5:00pm Jessica S. Jessica S. softball bats, Room 11 Room 11 No registration floor hockey Lower Body Blast Lower Body Blast is required for equipment, or 4:30 - 5:30pm Jessica O. ADR Jessica O. ADR drop-in sessions. roller blades and skates may BOSU Core Strength! Free to Aqua Fitness Aqua Fitness be used during UM-Flint 5:30 - 6:30pm Dawn Pool Dawn Pool Students, open recreation. Get a balanced Cardio Kickboxing Straight Up Step Boot Camp Straight Up Step MEMBERS workout with this 5:30 - 6:30pm Jessica O. Katherine Tina Katherine Special requests ADR and day LL Fitness Room ADR ADR Low-Impact pass users! must be pre-arranged. unique training 6:00 - 7:00 pm Gina LL Fitness Room THANK YOU apparatus! Ab Lab Ab Lab Ab Lab Ab Lab for your 6:30 - 7:00pm Tina Katherine Tina Katherine cooperation! ADR ADR ADR ADR FREE Open Access! No membership or day pass purchase required for Splash Bash. Please bring your own towel! SPECIALTY FITNESS CLASSES - 12 weeks Register early - space is limited! Fee: $50 student/member; $75 community Monday, January 11 - Friday, April 9, 2010 Note: NO specialty fitness classes held during week of Spring Break (March 1 - 7, 2010)! MARK YOUR *Iyengar Yoga will run 16 weeks, beginning Monday, January 11 through Wednesday, May 5, 2010 CALENDAR! Women’s Night Fee: $64 student/member; $89 community 12 - 12:45pm MON TUE WED THUR FRI Resist-a-ball Diana/Jessica Thursday, March 25, 2010 Out NEW ADR 4 - 8pm BOSU Core Strength Treadmill Boot Camp 4:30 - 5:15pm Katherine Katherine LL Fitness Room NEW Cardio Room See class Zumba™ Hip Hop description 5:30 - 6:15pm Emma Tina ADR LL Fitness Room for dates Thank YOU Banner Sponsor: *Iyengar Yoga *Iyengar Yoga and fee 6:00 - 7:30pm Rachelle Rachelle information, Room 11 Room 11 Spinning™ page 3. 6:30 - 7:15pm Marilyn LL Fitness Room 2 Fee-Based Fitness Classes Fitness Assessment t t Fitness assessment is a helpful practice for developing an individualized exercise program that provides good motivation for participants by Monday, January 11 - Friday, April 9, 2010 establishing fitness goals and education on overall physical fitness and Classes run for 12 weeks (except Iyengar Yoga). health risks. 3Sign up for any 2 Specialty Fitness Classes and deduct $10 For more information, call 810.762.3441 to request a brochure or visit NEW from MHealthy our website www.FlintRec.com. $10 discount for UM-Flint Faculty/Staff FEE! UM-Flint Students: $25*, Recreation Center Members: $45* Ask us about payroll deduction! Non-Members: $55 each test *Includes re-test within six months to one year. Note: NO specialty classes during Spring Break (Mar 1-7, 2010) Personal Training t BOSU Core Strength Join us for a balanced workout with this unique training apparatus Introduction to Fitness Package that incorporates both aerobic and core training. This class is for This package expands on our Fitness Assessment program by adding short those courageous enough to take BOSU to the next level. term personal training. You receive the fitness test, consultation and FEE! $50 students/members, $70 community: Tue, Jan 12 - Apr 6, 4:30~5:15pm program development, along with two one-hour personal training sessions. FEE! UM-Flint student: $95, Recreation Center Members: $115, Non-Members: $125 Hip Hop Train with Me Package Increase your dance-ability confidence with this up-beat fresh If you prefer on-going personal training for M-Proved motivation and take on fitness. This high energy class will pump hip-hop sounds support in your fitness program, try our Train with Me Package. Full coupled with freestyle movements to provide a great cardio workout. payment must be made at the time you schedule your training sessions. FEE! $50 students/members, $70 community: Wed, Jan 13 - May 7, 5:30~6:15pm FEE! Train with Me: $40/hour, Train with Me (6 times): $210 *Iyengar Yoga 16 week class Small Group Training NEW Develop strength, stamina, flexibility & balance in this specialized class. Use of props such as cushions, benches & blocks help students This option fosters the current trend of partner or small group training. enjoy the benefits of body alignment, concentration & meditation. It’s also an opportunity to work out with trainer support and get FEE! $64 students/members, $89 community: Mon -OR- Wed, Jan 11 - May 5, 6~7:30pm unique energy that the small group environment provides! Small Group Training rates are based on the size of your group. All Resist-a-ball NEW clients pay the same amount with the group deciding on the number of days to meet each month. All commitments are month to month! Focus on core strength, abs, glutes, and balance in this innovative If the group size changes then rates will automatically change to the class specifically designed with the Resist-a-ball. Appropriate for all new rate based on number of clients. fitness levels. FEE! Open to UM-Flint students, Faculty/Staff, members and community FEE! $50 students/members, $70 community: Fri, Jan 15 - Apr 9, 12~12:45pm Spinning™ Group Size Number of Clients Hourly Rate This workout will lead you over hills and across flat terrain. It’s a fun and challenging workout that is easy on your knees and joints. Water bottles Individual 1 $40/hour ($210 for 6 sessions) and towels are highly recommended. The class is limited to first 11 paid registrants. Couple 2 $30/hour FEE! $50 students/members, $70 community: Wed, Jan 13 - Apr 7, 6:30~7:15pm Small Group 3-5 $25/hour Treadmill Boot Camp NEW Medium Group 6-8 $15/hour Challenging intervals using the treadmill’s inclines with varying speeds. Class participants will use different body positions to utilize several Large Group 9-14 $12/hour major muscle groups while keeping the heart pumping. Easily adapted to any fitness level. FEE! $50 students/members, $70 community: Thur, Jan 14 - Apr 8, 4:30~5:15pm Body Composition Assessment Zumba!™ Test to measure percent body fat and lean body weight. FEE! Recreation Center Members and Students: $8, Non-Members: $15 Kick up your dance moves with this high impact Zumba class! Not only will you dance to Latin rhythms, you will move in ways you never knew possible. Call Chris Clolinger, ACE Certified Personal Trainer, or Tina Eisenbeis, AFAA Certified FEE! $50 students/members, $70 community: Mon, Jan 11 - Apr 5, 5:30~6:15pm Personal Trainer and Fitness Instructor at 810.762.3441 for more information or to schedule Personal Training appointments. Or stop by the Rec Center business office! Try Fitness Classes RECRE ATIO at your Leisure! N CE Equipment Orientation NTER $50 membe t Fitness rs Have you wanted to sign-up for $75 Class P non-m embers a fitness class but your schedule ~good unch C SAMPLE toward will not allow for all 12 weeks? any dro (subject p-in -o r- spec ard Free Or do you want to try a class or to spac ialty cla Name e availa bility) ss~ two to see what you prefer? The Fitness Class Punch Card may be for you! Stop by the Present UM-Flint Membership Office card w ith valid I.D. up on entr or call 810.762.3441 y at the Recreat ion Cen ter fron t counte r. Therapeutic Massage t The Recreation Center is fortunate to offer you Don’t let the Cybex®, free weights or cardio professional, certified massage therapy for pain equipment intimidate you! An equipment orientation and stress relief. Call now for an appointment with Mary Mullally or Erick Hamilton. is provided FREE to Recreation Center members and UM-Flint students by appointment. Call 810.762.3441 for a brochure or visit our Call the business office at 810.762.3441 to schedule. web site www.FlintRec.com for specific rates and a list of specialty services. For individual questions in the Cybex® and free weight areas, FEE! One Hour: $50 Half Hour: $35 Chair Massage: $1/minute a trained attendant is always on duty and happy to help! 3 Court Sports Annual Membership t t BASKETBALL Adults Age 62+ and Children Age 6-12 Pay Half-Price Courts are available on a first-come, first-served basis. The east court will feature half-court (prices listed are for the primary member) play Friday nights and weekends. UM-Flint students, faculty and staff seeking full-court play, Perpetual Membership Month-to- may participate in intramural sports leagues or inquire at the Business Office. Member Type Annual Monthly Month Non-University $495 $45 $57 RACQUETBALL / WALLYBALL Business Group $405 $38 $48 Six (6) racquetball courts (two can be set up for wallyball) are available free of charge during UM Graduate $295 $29 $37 all open building hours. Rec Center members may reserve one court, for one hour, up to Faculty/Staff $160 $16 $20 one day in advance. Make your court reservation during business office hours, at least two UM-Flint Student --- --- --- hours prior to the requested reservation. If play has not started by 15 minutes past the reservation time, the court is turned over to the next waiting guest. Call 810.762.3441, for more information or to make a reservation. Family Discounts/Must Live in Same Household (max 5) (prices listed are for 1st & 2nd additional individual, 3rd & 4th are 1/2 off) TENNIS Tennis play is available on the west gym court from 6-11 a.m. Monday thru Friday mornings. Member Type Annual Perpetual Membership Month-to-Month Recreation Center members may make a court reservation by calling the business Non-University $430 $39 $49 office at 810.762.3441 during office hours—the last scheduled reservation will be 10 a.m. Business Group $330 $31 $39 Please call at least two hours ahead to ensure set up time. If play has not started by 15 UM Graduate $250 $25 $31 minutes past the reservation time, the court is turned over to the next waiting guest. Use Faculty/Staff $160 $16 $20 of the tennis court at other hours of the day, is at the discretion of the building manager. UM-Flint Student $160 $16 $20 Hours Lifetime Membership Check Web site t t for Holiday Hours www.FlintRec.com WINTER SEMESTER Lifetime Membership Fees - Must be Age 62 or older Day General Building Pool Office Lump 24 Month 60 Month Annual Monday—Thursday 6am~10pm 6~9am/11am~9pm 7:30am~6:30pm Member Type Sum Payments Payments Locker/Towel UM-Flint Faculty/Staff Friday 6am~9pm 6~9am/11am~8pm 7:30am~6:30pm (10+ years/service) -0- -0- -0- $21 Saturday 8am~6pm 9am~5pm 10am~2pm UM Graduate $610 $28/mo. $16/mo. $29 Sunday 10am~8pm 11am~7pm Closed Non-University $999 $46/mo. $22/mo. $29 The RECREATION CENTER will be closed Sunday, April 4, 2010 (Easter). No refunds will be given for lifetime memberships. Spouses must meet eligibility requirements to qualify for lifetime memberships at the discounted rates for faculty/staff and graduates. Day Pass t Locker Rental t Per Pass 10 Pass Packs 0-5 Years Free Free 6-12 Years $5 $37 Half-length lockers add convenience to your membership experience and 13-61 Years $10 $75 62 Years & Older $5 $37 may be rented on a perpetual, yearly or semester basis (no fees will be Friday Night Family Pass* $15 --- prorated) at the following rates: Family Pass (Saturday—Thursday)* $22 $165 Member Type UM-Flint Student Student Family All Other Includes a towel. Bring your own lock for daily use lockers. Day Passes may Perpetual --- $4/month $5/month Annual $32 $42 $58 be purchased in the Business Office in advance to be used later or given as gifts. Semester $15 $23 $31 *Admits up to 5 people who are eligible (see page 2). OTHER: Forgotten ID Pass costs $2. Extra towel at check-in $2/month $2/month $3/month DAY PASS CONSIGNMENT Adults 62 and older receive 50% discount on fees. Locker fees are not based Corporations, schools, and other organizations may purchase day passes on the size or location of the locker. Lockers are available on a first-come, at reduced rates in bulk quantities. For additional information, contact first-served basis. Yearly and semester locker holders may use a full-length Amy Clolinger at 810.762.3441. Rates and Policies are subject to change locker at no charge while using the facility. Bring your own lock. Belongings without prior notification. may not be left in full-length lockers overnight. Facility Rental Membership Terms t t The University of Michigan-Flint Recreation Center is available for rent Joining/Initiation Fees—NONE! J based on availability. The Recreation Center is a great place to hold any Annual Membership (non-perpetual) type of gathering, from children’s birthday parties to corporate retreats. A one-year, annual membership begins from the date that the membership is purchased. Please call the Rec Center office at 810.762.3441 for Rental Brochure, The total membership fee must be paid in full to receive this economical, discounted rental fee information, or to check availability for your special event. rate. Annual memberships may be paid with VISA, Master Card, American Express, Discover, cash, money order or personal check. Membership includes one towel at check-in & 3-hour visitor parking. Visit the web site: www.FlintRec.com or stop by the business office for a Parking Policy complete service agreement. t Perpetual Membership On-going membership service paid through an automatic monthly payment. The first installment is paid at the time of registration. The subsequent payments may be charged Recreation Center members (not including students taking classes, faculty, to a credit card or deducted by electronic funds transfer from a checking or savings staff) and Day Pass Users are considered visitors by the University and account on the 25th of each month. University of Michigan employees may choose payroll deduction. Visit the web site: www.FlintRec.com or stop by the business office for a must park in visitor’s areas. complete service agreement. Fees may be applied to suspend perpetual memberships & WEEKDAYS before 5pm - Visitor parking is located in the Mill Street Parking or for failed payments. Includes one towel at check-in & 3-hour visitor parking. Deck. Recreation Center members and Day Pass Users must park in the See Membership Service Contract for cancellation & rate change policies. visitor’s section. If the lower level is full, you may use the top level. AFTER 5pm weekdays and on weekends - Visitors may also park in Lot A Month-to-Month Membership For those who fear commitment. Same payment methods and service agreement as Annual (the flat lot adjacent to the Recreation Center) or anywhere in the Mill Membership, but for a 30-day term. Thirty-day term begins from date of purchase. Street Parking Deck. UM-Flint Students currently taking classes and Faculty/Staff must park Sponsor Policies for Members Under 18 Individuals under 18 years of age must have a parent or guardian present to purchase a in areas designated for their respective parking permits. membership. Members 16 years & older may use the Rec Center without a sponsor; UM-Flint Students not currently taking classes must pay for Recreation however, they may not sponsor friends or younger siblings under 18 years of age. Members Center membership and use Visitor parking areas. under 16 years of age follow the same building usage & sponsor policies as non-members. See our Policy Brochure for a complete listing of member policies. Staff Recreation t Center Participation is on a voluntary basis. Neither the University of Michigan-Flint nor the Department Phone 810.762.3441 www.FlintRec.com of Recreational Services accepts any responsibility for ill health or injury sustained while participating within the confines of the services offered. Theresa Landis, Director No medical or ambulance expenses incurred by a participant will be paid by the department or Gary Parr, Associate Director by the University. It is recommended that all participants undergo a physical examination, and carry some form of health and injury insurance. Jolie McKnight, Accountant Kay Fritzler, Customer Service Specialist Policies and fees are subject to change without prior notification. Debra Collins, Customer Service Specialist Amy Clolinger, Business Information Manager This publication, as well as any document produced by the University of Michigan-Flint, can be JoAnn Ford, Marketing and Design Coordinator made available in alternative formats. To request a copy of the publication in enlarged print or braille, or on cassette tape or computer disk, contact the Accessibility Services Office Ervin Leavy, Jr., Assistant Director of Intramural Sports at 810.762.3456. Chris Clolinger, Assistant Director of Facilities and Fitness Marilyn Harvey, Assistant Director of Student Professional Development 4 The University of Michigan-Flint is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Institution.
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