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Andrews Student Recreation and Wellness Center. Members of the bargaining unit and retired bargaining unit members shall have access to the Andrews Recreation and Wellness Center during normal operating hours. In addition, dependent children aged 18 or older and spouses of bargaining unit members shall have access to the Andrews Recreation and Wellness Center during non-peak hours as indicated by the Director of the Wellness Center and based on utilization data for an annual fee of $100 per person or $200 per family. At the beginning of each semester, non-peak hours shall be defined and that information distributed to all employees.
Andrews Student Recreation and Wellness Center. Members of the bargaining unit shall have access to the Andrews Recreation and Wellness Center during normal operating hours. In addition, dependent children aged eighteen (18) or older and spouses of bargaining unit members shall have access to the Andrews Recreation and Wellness Center for an annual fee of one hundred dollars ($100.00) per person or two hundred dollars ($200.00) per family.

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