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By: Jason A.
Glen At Widefield Home Owners Association
Terrible. All contact info posted online is disconnected. No email addresses listed, no website. I think this HOA has dissolved after being developed & Sold.
By: John H.
My wife and I have been going to the Y for over 8 years doing the Silver Sneakers water aerobics and loved it. It has been discontinued and replaced with ballet and dance lessons. The water aerobics gave us the exercise we needed being senior's but no longer. What's next?? We will look for other places to spend our money. John and Beverly Huntsman4859 Castledown Rd.Colorado Springs, Co 80917719-646-5064
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By: Michael Y.
For the price of premium health spa, $55/mo, you get an old downtown gym. Maintenance on anything critical is 3-6 weeks and many lower priority maintenance items never get done. The racquetball courts have gone three weeks without heat in December! This makes it hard to have a workout routine. There are so many better values.
By: parris.larrain.1
Family activities, organized, clean. Great for seniors ladies yoga & tai chi! Better than the old cardio we used to do!! I would give a five if it weren't for lack of adequate access to hydrotherapy services.
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