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Rec center closure

Bill Heddles Recreation Center in Delta will be closed for annual maintenance Wednesday, Aug. 23, through Friday, Aug. 25. The aquatics area will remain closed through Sunday, Aug. 27.

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Rec center hosts largest cribbage tournament on the Western Slope

The winners of the annual City of Delta/Lee Martinson Cribbage Tournament, the largest on the Western Slope, have been announced by Bill Heddles Recreation Center.

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Join the fun at the rec center

Bill Heddles Recreation Center offers weekly sessions of duplicate bridge, party bridge, cribbage, pinochle, Scrabble and chess. In addition, Tuesday Needlers meet every Tuesday morning.

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Join the fun at the recreation center

Bill Heddles Recreation Center offers weekly sessions of duplicate bridge, party bridge, cribbage, pinochle, Scrabble and chess. In addition, Tuesday Needlers meet every Tuesday morning.

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Pool closure continues

The aquatics area at Bill Heddles Recreation Center continues to be closed as staff awaits the arrival of new lighting equipment and wiring.

"We are moving forward on this repair as fast as supplies will allow us to," said recreation director Wilma Erven.

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Pool remains closed

The aquatics area at Bill Heddles Recreation Center remains closed due to an issue with the lighting. The closure affects all the pools, the hot tub and the sauna.

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BHRC maintenance

Bill Heddles Recreation Center will be closed for annual maintenance beginning Friday, Aug. 26, with the main pool, and continuing Saturday, Aug. 27, with all pools. The basketball courts will be closed both Friday and Saturday for a special event.

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Geri-actives keep up and keep going
Geri-actives keep up and keep going

The golden years are fitter than ever before. Folks are living longer and enjoying activities that they engaged in in their 40s and 50s. Geri-active is in!

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