Mohave Valley, AZ: Fort Mojave Indian Tribe celebrates tonight the completion of the new wellness center with a ribbon cutting ceremony, New Year’s Eve celebration and sobriety family fun night.
The Fort Mojave Indian Tribe is pleased to commemorate the completion of the tribe’s new Macavch Wellness Center with a ribbon cutting ceremony and grand opening celebration to be held from 8:00pm to 1:00am MT on Monday, December 31st, 2018.
Completed within just a year, the Wellness Center is the first of several future development projects slated for completion as part of the Fort Mojave Indian Tribe’s Master Plan.
The 48,598 square-foot facility, designed by Mittelstaedt Cooper and Associates, will mark the first step in the tribe’s long-range plan of providing innovative and comprehensive health and fitness services to the tribal community.
The Wellness Center will offer a multi-sport court gymnasium, with an elevated running track around its perimeter, and several fitness areas including free weights, fitness equipment and TRX cross fit stations.
Also, other rooms in the facility will have a multi-purpose function, including classrooms and a teaching kitchen. Finally, the center will offer a lap pool and spa as well as a children’s service area and juice bar.
Not only will the grand opening mark the launching of the tribe’s new wellness efforts, it will also be a New Year’s Eve of sobriety for tribal members and their families.
The event will feature several family–oriented activities and games along with sobriety talking circles, drum groups, and speakers as well as a candlelight vigil and bird singing and dancing.
The Wellness Center is located at 10400 South Dunes Road in Mohave Valley, Arizona.
Other then the ribbing cutting event, the rest of the event are for the Fort Mojave Indian Tribe community.
For more information about the event, please contact the Fort Mojave Indian Tribe’s Public Relations Department at: 1 (760) 629-4591 Ext. 106 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
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