Move to the beat, feel the rhythm!

Pacific Guards leisure marchers Diane Arthur, Kaye Webster, Joyce Campbell and Marlene Marx in action. Photo: John Borren.

Are you a lady aged 50-plus? Are you looking for a new adventure, a chance to get fit, and a sense of belonging?

If so, Tauranga resident Robyn Brewer has just the thing for you – join her Pacific Guards Leisure Marching Team!

Robyn, who is the team’s coach, says the Pacific Guards has a rich history, starting in Mount Manganui more than 20 years ago.

“We are a group of passionate and dedicated women who share a love for leisure marching. Since the beginning we’ve grown and evolved – but our core values of fun, fitness, and friendship have remained the same.”

Robyn says Pacific Guards helps keep ladies’ personal legacies of marching going – but the team also welcomes newcomers with no experience.

“Many of our team members have a lifelong passion for marching, having started at a young age and progressed through the grades.

“We’ve kept the tradition alive as we’ve aged, and now we’re looking for like-minded women to join us on this journey.”

Robyn says the team camaraderie is next level.

Leisure marchers Diane Athtur, Kaye Webster, Marlene Marx and Joyce Campbell want more ladies to join the Pacific Guards for fun, fitness, and friendship. Photo: John Borren.

“We’re more than just a team – we’re a family. We support each other, encourage each other, and have a blast together. Whether we’re practising, performing, or just socialising, we always have fun.”

And there’s many more benefits on offer.

“You can improve your physical fitness, meet new friends, perform at exciting events and displays, travel locally and nationally, enjoy a sense of achievement – and be part of a co-ordinated team working together in perfect harmony,” says Robyn.

“Come meet the team – we can’t wait to meet you!”

For more details or to join, contact Robyn on 021 309 021

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