Boxing club set to mark anniversary

Genesis Boxing is more than a gym. It's more like a club

Genesis Boxing and Fitness is celebrating its second anniversary and the man behind the local club with a social concinece is extending an open inviation to anyone looking to learn more.

“We’re not a gym, we’re a club,” owner/trainer Rick Rae likes to say, and those familiar with Genesis know it truly is a community club “where everyone is welcome. From beginner to elite athlete, from kids’ training to boxcercise; a place to focus scattered energy, relieve stress, challenge yourself, have a little friendly competition or learn some new exersizes.”

The anniversary open house goes Saturday, April 21 from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m., and there will be door specials and a grand prize draw.


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