Thursday, October 2, 2014 Tishri 8, 5775
Cost:
FREE - There is limited seating and advance reservations are required. Please call The Watermark at 215-240-8915.
Location:
The Watermark at Logan Square
Two Franklin Town Boulevard
Philadelpa, PA 19103
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The Watermark at Logan Square presents Importance of Exercise for Seniors

August 7, 2014 11:30 AM-1:00 PM

Studies have shown that exercise provides many health benefits including staying strong and fit enough to keep doing the things that people have always done. At this seminar, Michael Hicks, Director of Rehabilitation for The Watermark at Logan Square, and his team will demonstrate and teach attendees age specific recommendations to help maintain a healthy physical lifestyle and an improved quality of life.

There is limited seating and advance reservations are required. The Watermark at Logan Square is located just off the Benjamin Franklin Parkway at Two Franklin Town Boulevard in Philadelphia. To attend these events or learn more, please call The Watermark at 215-240-8915.

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