Curves Orangeville celebrate grand re-opening

April 7, 2016   ·   0 Comments

If you’re looking to shape up for summer, you may want to head over to Curves fitness for women in Orangeville.  The club on Townline has re-opened under new management.

New owners Penny Cussen and Christine Davis along with Curve members and local dignitaries celebrated their grand re-opening Thursday.

Orangeville Mayor Jeremy Williams and councillors Don Kidd and Nick Garisto took part in the official ribbon cutting ceremony. A commemorative plaque was presented to Cussen and Davis.

“We’re proud to be part of Curves and what it does for so many women in Orangeville,” said Davis. “All our machines are hydraulics, so there’s no changing of weights on the machines.

A lot of women like that feature.  The machines work as hard as you work them.

They’re all strength training machines”.

Curves has been in Orangeville for 15 years offering a variety of fitness plans for women of all ages and fitness levels.  The club specializes in a 30 minute workout.

“It’s my social meeting and a really good exercise program, ” said Sue Best who has been a member for five years.

“ I am able to go at my own pace.”

Curves hosted its 15th annual food drive this year.

More than 700 pounds of food was collected for the local food bank. Curves also organizes a dress collection for the students for prom at Orangeville District Secondary School. Members are encouraged to donate.  To date the club has collected over 50 dresses.

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