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PACC: Because your health is worth it!

Fitness On Demand, a video-led fitness class system, is now available for use in the PACC's aerobic room, whenever a scheduled fitness class isn't utilizing the space. This now includes 24/7 access hours!

‘Audio Fetch’ has been added as yet another option for hearing the TV audio of PACC’s second-floor televisions. It is available via a downloadable ap for smart phones from iTunes or Google Play. Information is available at PACC’s front desk and near the televisions on the second floor. This system functions alongside the present Broadcast Vision which operates via FM radio frequency. 


Roller skating is offered most Friday evenings from 6-9p.m. in the PACC's youth gym, September-April. Enter the north door facing the PHS parking lot.

Fitness classes are FREE* with paid membership or day pass! *Nominal fees still apply for SilverSneakers and Silver&Fit class participation for anyone other than those with the required program coverage. See brochure or ask at the front desk for detailed information.


PACC memberships no longer have a 'new member' start-up fee, meaning the price is always at the renewal rate. So, there is no need to wait for a membership drive, as you'll always be able to get the lowest membership price available. 

PACC 24/7 fitness area access is available for adult PACC members most any day or time. The purchase of an access card/fob is required, in addition to a current PACC membership. Regular sales of access cards/FOBs is available during most staffed hours.


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