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Staying ALIVE

The 36 women who comprise ALIVE (All Ladies Interested in Vitality and Energy) don
The 36 women who comprise ALIVE (All Ladies Interested in Vitality and Energy) don't need New Year's resolutions to keep up their fitness routine. The group, with members from 60-91 years of age, has been meeting at Swangard Stadium for 35 years to exercise and socialize no matter the weather and in spite of the cool temperatures.
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The 36 women who comprise ALIVE (All Ladies Interested in Vitality and Energy) don't need New Year's resolutions to keep up their fitness routine. The group, with members from 60-91 years of age, has been meeting at Swangard Stadium for 35 years to exercise and socialize no matter the weather and in spite of the cool temperatures.

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