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New Weight Watchers Group to Start at Totowa Library July 7

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TOTOWA, NJ - The Totowa Public Library, located at 537 Totowa Rd., has been holding Weight Watchers meetings every Saturday morning for the past couple months. It will start its new 17 week program on July 7.

Those interested are welcome to come and sit in on a meeting any Saturday they chose. Weigh-ins is at 8:45 a.m., and the meeting starts at 9 a.m.

Since the group began, members have lost a total of 327 pounds on the "freestyle" program. Come hear the inspiring stories, trade recipes, learn some helpful tips, and meet group leader Courtney. 

Cost to join is a discounted $158.10, down from the initial $186. The group needs at least 20 members.

 

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