30 DAY NUTRITION CHALLENGE ANNOUNCED! Please join us on FRIDAY AUGUST 26TH at 6:30pm at the gym for an overview of the programs, and rules and registration information for the challenge! Susanne Duato will be reviewing the WHOLE30 Program and Review Challenge Requirements on 8/26 at 6:30pm. This will be our 3rd official Whole30 Challenge and our 9th Nutrition Challenge since opening in 2012. Nutritionists Susanne Duato and Dana Fouche have been working hard to make our next 30day challenge the best ever! Don’t miss out on this exciting time in our gym and an amazing opportunity to get life lasting results you never thought possible!! For more information on the Whole30 Program visit our webpage here - http://crossfit110.com/30-day-nutrition-challenge-announced/ INFORMATIONAL MEETING: (Open to All Members and Family Members) : FRIDAY AUG 26TH 6:30PM COST: $39 per person. Costs include everything you need do the challenge as well as electronic versions of materials and guides as well as tracking and assessment. OFFICAL START: FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 9TH (after Labor Day) OFFICIAL END: SATURDAY OCTOBER 8TH (before Columbus Day) You may buy a printed Whole30 guide from us for an additional $25 (simply the cost of printing) or purchase the Whole30 Book. For questions or concernts please contact Susanne Duato for more information at firstname.lastname@example.org FAQs Where can I learn more about the Whole30? WHOLE30 FAQ: http://whole9life.com/faq/ for direct answers to the most common questions about The Whole30 Protocol. MAKE SURE TO ATTEND OUR INFORMATIONAL MEETING AT THE GYM - FRIDAY AUG 26TH 6:30PM. Susanne Duato has lots of new material and a short presentation to go over as well as details on the RULES for the challenge and tips for your success! **we may have a make up option for those that cant attend the info meeting on August 26th but want to participate in the challenge. Stay tuned. ** Where can I contact the organizer with any questions? Susanne Duato (617)835-6930 or email@example.com
Chelmsford Massachusetts is a suburban industrial town located in the Merrimack Valley. The community of Chelmsford was established in 1653 and was a preserve for Christianized Indians. After the 18th century annexation of the Indian land Chelmsford experienced rapid growth when residents realized the fresh water fishing in the Merrimack and Concord Rivers and the good agricultural land along the rivers.
Chelmsford was a community of many specialties that included agriculture and grazing as well as dairying and orchards. There was also some lumbering and some small operations such as grist mills and lime quarries and brick yards. During the 19th century machine shops and a granite quarry that supplied the material for Quincy Market operated in Chelmsford.
Today Chelmsford is located along side Route 3 and therefore enjoys easy access to all points in Eastern Massachusetts and New Hampshire and is supported by industry and the retail markets found in its shopping centers.