Swim or Gym makes a big splash

The RDCK, City of Nelson and BC Transit are teaming up to encourage active and healthy transportation and lifestyle choices.

The Regional District of Central Kootenay, City of Nelson and BC Transit are teaming up to help encourage active and healthy transportation and lifestyle choices with the Swim or Gym program.

It lets you use your expired monthly BC Transit pass, from any of the participating regions, as your one-time ticket to access free services at several fitness centres.

Present any expired 2016 BC Transit monthly bus pass at the Nelson and District Community Complex, the Castlegar and District Community Complex, or the Salmo and District Fitness Centre to receive one free admission.

Your pass will be hole-punched and returned to you for tax credit. Monthly passes dated January 2016 and later will be accepted.

 

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