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YOUR SEARCH FOUND 23 RESOURCES FOR RECREATION: SPORTS/FITNESS/LEISURE
Definition: A wide range of clubs, teams, festivals, fine arts, and organized activities for fun and good physical and emotional health.

AMERICAN CANCER SOCIETY

BRIEF DESCRIPTION: The goal of the American Cancer Society (ACS) is to prevent cancer, save lives, and diminish suffering from cancer.
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AMERICAN STATES KARATE

BRIEF DESCRIPTION: American Martial Arts, Tae Kwon Do, Fitness Kickboxing and Karate for men - women - children.
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CALLISTA COURT

BRIEF DESCRIPTION: Callista Court provides meals, utilities, housekeeping, laundry, weekly bath, grooming, dressing, assistance with toileting, 24 hour staffing, activities, common spaces, private bathrooms, and full kitchen or kitchenette. Private rooms available. See Full Description for further details.
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ELDERHOSTEL

BRIEF DESCRIPTION: This is a residential educational program, sponsored by WSU, that provides seniors, age 55 and over, with the opportunity to broaden their knowledge and interest through special courses offered as a part of the National Elderhostel program. To obtain a catalog call 800-895-0727.
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GIRL SCOUT COUNCIL OF RIVER TRAILS

BRIEF DESCRIPTION: See Full Description
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HOME AND COMMUNITY OPTIONS, INC.

BRIEF DESCRIPTION: Home and Community Options provides support and residential services to persons with developmental disabilities who reside in the Winona County area. The agency provides support to persons of all ages.
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JAPAN KARATE-DO GENBU-KAI

BRIEF DESCRIPTION: Full time school teaching Japanese Karate-Do, Okinawan Kobu-Do and Japanese Sword Arts. Classes also offered through Winona Area Public School, Winona Family YMCA and Winona State University.
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LEWISTON SEMCAC SENIOR DINING

BRIEF DESCRIPTION: Noon meals are offered at this nutrition site. See Full Description for more information.
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LEWISTON SENIOR CLUB

BRIEF DESCRIPTION: The club meets on Tuesdays at the Lewiston Community Senior Center. Nutrition Site, programs, and entertainment are scheduled throughout the year. Phone number for Senior Dining is 507-523-3412.
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ROLLINGSTONE SEMCAC SENIOR DINING

BRIEF DESCRIPTION: Noon meals are offered at this nutrition site. Recreational and educational activities are offered along with information and referral service. A menu is published in the local newspaper and is also available at the meal site. Guest under the age of 60 may attend the noon meal but must pay full cost.
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SOCIAL SECURITY ADMINSITRATION

BRIEF DESCRIPTION: Products & Services: Forms, Maps, Benefits and Grants, Consumer Protection, Defense and International, Public Safety and Law, Education and Jobs, Money and Taxes, Reference and General Government, Environment, Energy and Agriculture, Science and Technology, Family, Home and Community, Health Services, Travel and Recreation, Voting and Elections Features: Commercial, Emergency Service, Industrial, Licensed
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SPELTZ HOMES PLUS

BRIEF DESCRIPTION: Speltz Homes Plus is an assisted living adult foster care home for seniors. They provide medication assistance, personal care (including: dressing, bathing, nail care, grooming), linen cleaning services, and walking/wheeling activities as appropriate to individual care. Parties and entertainment are provided.
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ST. CHARLES PARK AND RECREATION DEPARTMENT

BRIEF DESCRIPTION: Parks, recreation and Aquatic Center
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ST. CHARLES SEMCAC SENIOR DINING

BRIEF DESCRIPTION: Noon meals are offered at this nutrition site. See Full Description for further information.
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THE LEARNING CLUB

BRIEF DESCRIPTION: An Institute for Learning in Retirement program; a collaborative educational partnership between Winona State University and retirement aged citizens in this area.
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WAPS-COMMUNITY EDUCATION'S ADULT ENRICHMENT

BRIEF DESCRIPTION: Provides classes in areas such as the arts, recreation, family education, fitness, personal and professional development and more.
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WAPS-COMMUNITY EDUCATION'S AFTER SCHOOL ACTIVITIES PROGRAM GRADES 5-8

BRIEF DESCRIPTION: After school programming for all 5th - 8th grade students; public and non-public. Includes athletics, clubs and activities.
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WAPS-COMMUNITY EDUCATION'S KEY KIDS/SUMMER KEY KIDS

BRIEF DESCRIPTION: Key Kids is a child care program after school, non-school days and snow days for kindgergarten through fourth grade. Summer Key Kids is a summer child care program. Available for children who have completed K through Fourth Grade.
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WAPS-COMMUNITY EDUCATION'S PROJECT COMPASS

BRIEF DESCRIPTION: Adults with disabilities program. Slower paced classes for all, specialized classes for people with disabilities, professional development workshops and support groups.
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WINONA FAMILY YMCA

BRIEF DESCRIPTION: Family, adult and youth recreation and fitness.
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WINONA FRIENDSHIP CENTER

BRIEF DESCRIPTION: To provide an environment for socialization, education, information, creative expression, health services and recreation programs for individuals age 55 and older. Information and Referral services are also available. See Full Description.
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WINONA PARK RECREATION DEPARTMENT

BRIEF DESCRIPTION: We provide year-round activities for families, youth and adults. The activities are both recreation and enrichment based.
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WINONA SEMCAC SENIOR DINING

BRIEF DESCRIPTION: Meals are offered at this nutrition site at 11:15 a.m. and 12:00 p.m. Recreational and educational activities are offered along with information and referral services. Sociability.
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Disclaimer: The Community Resources section of WinonaShares.org is still a work in progress. Watch for improvements and a more complete listing of services in the coming weeks. Please let us know if you find errors in any of the listings. Also let us know if you think a group, organization, or agency should be listed here. Contact us by phone at (507) 457-6467, or by email.


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