We were excited to host the first Outdoor Group Fitness class at the NEW Flowers YMCA this past Monday!
Outdoor classes are being held every Monday, Wednesday and Friday.
Classes are being held in the parking lot of the Pineville Club at Flowers. YMCA Group Fitness instructors will bring a variety of classes and options to meet all interests and experience levels. In order to meet the requirements of state and local orders during COVID-19, classes are limited to 24 participants. All participants must make a reservation in advance on the YMCA website. Class reservations open 48 hours in advance. To learn how to reserve your spot in our class, watch the short video on this page. Be sure to bring a towel and bottled water, as temperatures are warming up for the summer.
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Harris Teeter Fuel is coming to Flowers Crossroads! Along with the convenience, they are also bringing their Fuel Points for extra savings! For every 100 Fuel Points you earn, you can save $.10 per gallon on fuel purchases at Harris Teeter Fuel Centers and participating BP and Amoco stations, up to 1,000 points or $1.00 per gallon (maximum of 35 gallons). There is no limit to the number of Fuel Points you can earn in a month.
The Mountains-To-Sea-Trail is a popular destination in our area with multiple access points. Johnston County trails are part of the 1,200-mile Mountains-to-Sea Trail.
More than just a walk in the woods, the trail traces the diversity that is North Carolina. Experience ancient mountains and small Piedmont farms, coastal swamps and colonial towns, changing textile villages and barrier islands. Almost 700 miles of footpath are now completed. With temporary routes on backroads and bicycle paths, hikers can now follow the trail on an adventure across North Carolina. Like the best gifts passed from one generation to the next, the trail is being made by hand. Each year, volunteers devote thousands of hours to planning and blazing the trail across the state step-by-step, milestone-by-milestone. You can help in creating this state treasure. Learn how you can become part of this trail blazing effort as a member of Friends of the Mountains-to-Sea Trail and as a volunteer.
We wanted to take this opportunity to let you know that there are two separate topics that have FAQs. One being the YMCA questions and the other is a discussion regarding the future of The Village. Neither is dependent on the other. Also, the six representatives who attended a meeting with the Declarant will be in touch with each HOA to discuss the financial analysis of The Village discussions.