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Omni Health and Fitness to hold Town Center Fitness Throwdown, an open outdoor class 

The Town Center Throwdown is an outdoor fitness class taught by Beaufort’s best personal trainers. Class is open to everyone 13 years or older of all fitness levels; you don’t even have to be an Omni member to join the fun. You can expect a total body workout that is designed to burn fat, build strong muscles, and leave you feeling energized for the weekend ahead. Join us outside of Omni at the Pavilion Saturday mornings at 9:30 a.m. beginning November 8 and running through December 13. This is the perfect time of year to boost your exercise and reduce holiday weight gain. Class costs $5 per person.

Beaufort Rowing Club hosts upcoming clinic 

Calm Waters Rowing coaches are coming back to Beaufort on the weekend of November 15 and 16, 2014.  These coaches are former Cornell coaches who now operate a rowing camp during the spring, summer and fall in Lancaster, Va. For details about Calm Waters, visit www.calmwatersrowing.net. There are 28 rowing seats and 4 Coxswain seats available to fill. You could attend one or both days depending on available seats in the shells. The coaching fee would be $125 per day per person. There will be morning rowing, filming and reviewing at lunch and an afternoon session of rowing each day. If you are interested in honing your Sweep oar rowing skills, or learning more about the sport of Crew, you are encouraged to attend; this is a tremendous value for the investment. If you desire to serve as a Coxswain to assist with the navigation of one of the shells, you would ride at no cost. Beaufort Rowing Club is a non-profit designed to teach people of all ages the finer points of sliding seat rowing. First come, first serve on reserving seats. Please contact the club with any questions or concerns to Ken Maliken at 843-812-3092 or stroke@beaufortrowingclub.org or visit www.beaufortrowingclub.org.