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Suann Kleinhans, of Sidney, inflates a ball that she will use in the Delay the Disease active older adult class that she teaches at the Sidney-Shelby County YMCA on Tuesday, Feb. 9. Kleinhans was making sure all the balls used for the class were properly inflated. Students use the balls in exercises designed to increase their dexterity and strength. The class is for people with Parkinson’s disease and older adults.

Suann Kleinhans, of Sidney, inflates a ball that she will use in the Delay the Disease active older adult class that she teaches at the Sidney-Shelby County YMCA on Tuesday, Feb. 9. Kleinhans was making sure all the balls used for the class were properly inflated. Students use the balls in exercises designed to increase their dexterity and strength. The class is for people with Parkinson’s disease and older adults.


Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

Suann Kleinhans, of Sidney, inflates a ball that she will use in the Delay the Disease active older adult class that she teaches at the Sidney-Shelby County YMCA on Tuesday, Feb. 9. Kleinhans was making sure all the balls used for the class were properly inflated. Students use the balls in exercises designed to increase their dexterity and strength. The class is for people with Parkinson’s disease and older adults.

Suann Kleinhans, of Sidney, inflates a ball that she will use in the Delay the Disease active older adult class that she teaches at the Sidney-Shelby County YMCA on Tuesday, Feb. 9. Kleinhans was making sure all the balls used for the class were properly inflated. Students use the balls in exercises designed to increase their dexterity and strength. The class is for people with Parkinson’s disease and older adults.
https://www.sidneydailynews.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/47/2021/02/web1_SDN021021Ball.jpgSuann Kleinhans, of Sidney, inflates a ball that she will use in the Delay the Disease active older adult class that she teaches at the Sidney-Shelby County YMCA on Tuesday, Feb. 9. Kleinhans was making sure all the balls used for the class were properly inflated. Students use the balls in exercises designed to increase their dexterity and strength. The class is for people with Parkinson’s disease and older adults. Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News