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‘Transformed’ Cuts Ribbon on New Chapter of Fitness

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Bloomfield Welcomes Famous Fitness Center

‘Transformed’ Cuts Ribbon on New Chapter of Fitness

(L-R-Front Row) - Sonja Renee Matchen, Transform Adm. Asst., Brenda Ortiz, Massage Therapist, Dr. Mei-Ling Caldera, Nutritionist and Professor at UConn, Transform Coach and owner, Kelvin Moore, Emma Duquette Spiritual Advisor, Yvonne Davis Transform client and PR professional, (Back Row)- Jon Coleman and Emma’s Husband, pastor Jim Duquette. Photo By Reggie Hales

(L-R-Front Row) – Sonja Renee Matchen, Transform Adm. Asst., Brenda Ortiz, Massage Therapist, Dr. Mei-Ling Caldera, Nutritionist and Professor at UConn, Transform Coach and owner, Kelvin Moore, Emma Duquette Spiritual Advisor, Yvonne Davis Transform client and PR professional, (Back Row)- Jon Coleman and Emma’s Husband, pastor Jim Duquette. Photo By Reggie Hales

Bloomfield – Friday’s Grand Re-opening held at Transformed Health Ministries of Bloomfield, operated by nationally known body building and fitness expert Kelvin “Coach” Moore. The gym combines mental and physical health. State Representatives Angel Arce & David Baram, as well as

Bloomfield Mayor Syd Schulman, Councilman Joe Washington, joined and welcomed Moore and his great team of health fitness experts, as they cut the ribbon to a new chapter of health, faith and fitness. Moore’s fitness concept has transformed the lives of many professionals as well as stay at home moms and dads.Transformed Health and Fitness Ministries LLC, is located, next to Back East Brewery, at 1294-C Blue Hills Avenue, Bloomfield, near the Windsor town line. (Story-Photo by Reggie Hales).

 

 



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