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Spring Creek Athletic Club announces 24-hour key card access

BY: Springville Journal Staff | January 11, 2013

The Spring Creek Athletic Club will begin to offer its members 24-hour access, beginning Monday, Jan. 14.

According to owner Gary Wannemacher, patrons with existing, one-year gym memberships, as of Jan. 24, will be given free, 24-hour access to the business’s facilities. Those purchasing short- or long-term memberships after that date may choose to pay an additional monthly fee to opt into the 24-hour key card access.

The gym will be staffed as usual, during daytime hours, Monday – Friday, 5 a.m. – 9 p.m.; Saturday, 8 a.m. – 4 p.m. and Sunday, 8 a.m. – 2 p.m. When the staff members leave at the close of day, patrons with 24-hour access will be able to enter the gym, by swiping their ID cards at the door.

Wannemacher said that the gym has security cameras and other precautions in place, to ensure patrons’ safety and security.

The gym’s Silver Sneaker program will not be affected by this change. Senior citizens participating in that offering may use the gym facility only during staff hours, unless they purchase a separate gym membership.

Spring Creek Athletic Club is located at 535 West Main St. in Springville. For more information, call 592-2000 or visit www.springcreekac.com.

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