We are super bummed because we’d love to cartwheel, but Gem City will NOT hold classes or practices on Thursday, January 31 due to weather! Please be safe and stay warm in this extreme weather.
Please Note: We will get information out in the next few weeks to the students that have missed class(es) due to snow days in regards to make-up classes.We will get information out in the next few weeks to the students that have missed class(es) due to snow days in regards to make-up classes.
Gem City tumblers competed at their third meet in Macon, Illinois, on January 27. We are super proud of our tumblers and their performances. Special shoutout for two of Gem City’s Advanced athletes, Maddy and Rylee, who took the top two spots on the podium today in their group.
Gem City Gymnastics & Tumbling offers quality coaching centered on safety, quality instruction, and your child’s well-being. The choices in the tri-state area for preschool and school age children to begin their tumbling, gymnastics, and cheer careers is plentiful and choosing the right place for your child is key to their future success.
Around the gym, you’ve probably noticed a few new faces and some returning faces in new coaching roles.
Gem City is excited to welcome coaches Calvin Cookson (tumbling, kinder gem), David Boden-Shackleton (parkour), Paige Haller (gymnastics, tumbling), Ellie Lock (tumbling, kinder gem), Kenzie Scheufele (gymnastics, tumbling), and Dre Spradlin (parkour).
Gem City’s Parkour Program will be up and running starting February 3, 2019 with our certified Parkour instructor, David Boden-Shackleton as well as Dre Spradlin. David describes parkour as using obstacles as opportunity.
Gem City is proud to announce that we are participating in the 2019 Souper Bowl of Caring! The local charities benefiting directly from donations are: Quanada, Horizons Social Services, Luther Memorial Church, Quincy IL, Lutheran Church of St. John, and Quincy Catholic Charities. Collection bins will be available in our lobby January 15 – February 4.