Oak Hill: Chapter 126 Sports & Fitness
Pictured: (Left to Right) Bruce Stovall, Chief Operating Officer at Oak Hill, Kelly Boscarino, Director of Chapter 126 Sports & Fitness, and Tonya Tollefsen, Program Development Manager at Oak Hill
Listen below to Bruce Stovall, Kelly Boscarino, Tonya Tollefsen, and Renee DiNino, Director of Community Affairs for iHeartMedia, talk about Chapter 126 Sports & Fitness, an Oak Hill Center. Chapter 126 gives youth, adults, veterans and seniors with disabilities a welcoming place for recreational sports and fitness.
More about Chapter 126
The first facility of its kind in New England, Chapter 126 Sports & Fitness is a state-of-the-art, 25,000-square-foot facility dedicated to improving the health and wellness of youth, adults, veterans and seniors with physical disabilities, as well as their caregivers and families.
The goal of Chapter 126 is to promote healthier lifestyles by engaging members in adaptive and supportive exercise and health education. Among the facility’s amenities are specialized fitness and exercise equipment, sports programs, group exercise schedule and a gym dedicated to adaptive sports. Certified trainers and strength and conditioning experts are on hand to assist members in meeting their health and fitness goals.
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