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New year brings new resolutions

January 2, 2014

Andrew Shultz, left, and Miranda Gaff ride exercise bicycles at the Whitley County YMCA New Year’s Day. Many fitness facilities see an increase in participation as part of a new-year resolution. Brett Myers/Post & Mail photo.

WHITLEY COUNTY — With the calendar turning the page to a new year, many people decide to make a fresh start.

With that comes many resolutions, many with the goal of creating a healthier person for the new year.

In Whitley County, the YMCA was open for the second year in a row on New Year’s Day.

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