Gym to open for private lessons on 5/25, classes on 6/8
Mountain Gymnastics will open for one-on-one Private Lessons starting on Monday, May 25th. Strict procedures will be in place to ensure the health and safety of all MGA staff and customers.
On June 8th MGA will open for classes. Training will be limited to Pre-Team and Team classes for the month of June. MGA staff will evaluate the success of the new operating policies during June, and will consider expanding our class offerings in July.
The corona virus is causing all businesses to rethink how they do business, and we are no different. What hasn't changed is our mission. With effort, energy and focused goals, every child will have greater success in school, sports and life. We also believe that every challenge we face only makes us stronger!
Team Christmas Party and Snowball Fight
Grand Opening/Ribbon Cutting
Mountain Gymnastics Academy would like to invite you to our Grand Opening/Ribbon Cutting Ceremony. Our goal for this event is not only to celebrate the opening of our facility, but to give back to the community and everyone who made the opening of MGA possible.
Please join us to tour the gym and learn about our philosophy, goals and plans for the future.
At Mountain Gymnastics Academy we will not only teach gymnastics skills, but also life skills while building self-esteem along the way.
*Refreshments will be served*
Location: 136 Grant St. Elkins, WV 26241
Please RSVP to Alison White at 304-591-2736 or at firstname.lastname@example.org
Open House Scheduled
Saturday, November 3, 2018
We've scheduled an Open House / Grand Opening so the community can come into the gym and check out our progress! We hope to have a lot of equipment set up so everyone can see what we have to offer.
We should be close to finishing Phase I of the project, and we'll make it easy to see where we're going, and what Phases II and III will look like!
Elkins Resident Creating Gymnastics Academy
September 29, 2018
ELKINS — Designed with safety as the focal point, area gymnasts will soon have a secure facility in which to train and prep. As a longtime Texas resident and the parent of a Davis & Elkins College
student, Gail Hayes quickly fell in love with the mountains and valleys of Randolph County.