Fulton Women’s Club Learns About Tai Chi at March Meeting

FULTON – The Fulton Women’s Club had its monthly luncheon at Holy Trinity Church on March 22.

Sue Conklin a Tai Chi instructor from The Greater Baldwinsville YMCA was the guest speaker.

She explained the value of Tai Chi on balance, flexibility and muscular exercise tension and the cardiovascular system.

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Fulton Women’s Club learn about Tai Chi

She demonstrated some Tai Chi movements to the members.

Shown in picture from left: Sue Conklin Tai Chi instructor, Liz Schremp Co-President, Karen Potter 1st Vice President and Lucille McDermott Co-President.

At the March 22 luncheon, the Fulton Women’s Club presented an annual check of $200 to the Friends of Fulton History.

Shown from left are Liz Schremp Co-President, Sue Brown Treasurer at Friends of History and Lucille McDermott Co-President.

Fulton Women's Club donate to Friend of History in Fulton
Fulton Women’s Club donate to Friend of History in Fulton