Wednesday Feb 04 2009 comments Karina's Lincoln Community Center photo page By: by Karina Williams -A +A by Karina WilliamsAfter the Shooting Stars gymnastics class at the Community Center all the girls show their ?ta-da? hands for their instructor. from left, Amie Chantelle Alva, 4, Carrianne Cristene Alva, 4, Elena Ivaldi, 4, Mia Vera, 4, and Skyler Bessette, 4. by Karina WilliamsGymnastics instructor for the Community Center, Angie Floyd gives Mia Vera, 4, a little help with her flip during Friday?s class. by Karina WilliamsMia Vera, 4, covers her face to avoid getting hit by the pom-poms in a bouncy Skyler Bassette's hand. by Karina WilliamsElena Ivaldi, 4, of Lincoln, looks a little scared, but in fact is extremely excited about rolling over this huge cylinder during the Shooting Stars gymnastics class at the Lincoln Community Center. This is by far Elana?s favorite activity during the class. by Karina WilliamsGymnastics instructor for the Lincoln Community Center, Angie Floyd, guides Kylie Treinen, 22 months, of Lincoln, through the cones with a football during a sports themed class Friday morning. by Karina WilliamsAmie Chantelle Alva, 4, of Lincoln, cuddles up to a soft football after running with it in gymnastics class. by Karina WilliamsLincoln residents, from front, Kathy Almeida, Julie Trueblood, and Andy McMurtrie, stretch after a Jazzercise class at the Community Center by Karina WilliamsKylie Treinen, 22 months, slides down the gymnastics block during class at the Community Center Friday morning. by Karina WilliamsLincoln residents, Paul Crabree, Phyllis Stewart, middle, and Carolyn Hill, work out their legs during the Jazzercise class at the community Center Friday morning. Jazzercise classes are Monday, Wednesday, and Friday mornings at 9:00am. Call 916-786-9883 for more information. by Karina WilliamsJina Schutz helps her daughter, Madison, 17 months, balance herself on the trampoline during the Little Dippers gymnastics class Friday morning. by Karina WilliamsGymnastics instructor at the Community Center, Angie Floyd, shows her students how to walk on the balance beam.