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What are your priorities for future community and aquatics centers?

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In your opinion what should be done with the Lakeshore Center?

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Additional comments on the Lakeshore Center:

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October 24, 2017, 12:18 PM
  • Please select the first community center you would like to provide feedback for. You will have the opportunity to comment on all community centers or you can skip to the ones you want to comment on. Please select the next community center you would like to provide feedback for in sequential order.
    • Beresford Center (page 1)
  • What are your priorities for the Beresford Center? Please allocate the dots to your top priorities.
    • ARTS (1)
    • FITNESS (3)
  • Please discuss your perspectives.

    Yes, expand the Recreation facility, and offer more QUALITY teachers. The current teacher for the 50 and Better aerobics/ dance class seems to have very little training for this specific age group. Some movements she directs are actually harmful. She is not responsive to people continuing in the class - and people continue because it is the ideal time slot, not because of the teacher. She is in sharp contrast to Jill Daly (previous teacher) who is an excellent teacher - like having a PHd level teacher. Zumba Gold is great but needs to be at another time, 6-7 is awful. Need to be daytime class. Some borderline seniors do not want to embrace the Senior Center quite yet, so it's nice to have bridging classes at Beresford.

  • What is your vision for the Beresford Center?

    An easy to walk to hub of activity for the neighborhood. Continuing variety of activities for kids especially.

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