SERVING THE COMMUNITY SURROUNDING LAWNDALE, WE HAVE TWO CONVENIENT LOCATIONS IN TORRANCE AND REDONDO BEACH.
Welcome to Fit Kids Gymnastics Center, where we serve the community of Lawndale while ceaselessly pursuing our mission of developing "healthy, successful, confident children." Your child's well being and development always comes first at Fit Kids, as we focus on building your child from the inside. Whether your child is enrolled in our gymnastics classes, tumbling classes, or summer gymnastics camps, our unique environment and fun loving teachers allow us to proudly proclaim: Fit Kids, "where learning is fun!"
FOR NEARLY 20 YEARS, FIT KIDS GYMNASTICS CENTER HAS BEEN YOUR BEST CHOICE FOR ALL OF YOUR GYMNASTICS NEEDS:
- Gymnastics Instruction
- Cheerleader Tumbling
- Tumbling for Dancers
- Gymnastics Team
- Summer Gymnastics Camps
- Birthday Parties
- School Holiday Gymnastics Camps
- Tumbling Classes
- And more...
FIT KIDS PUTS A PRIORITY ON SUPPORTING THE AREAS OF:
- Redondo Beach
- And Surrounding Areas...
Contact Fit Kids Gymnastics Center for Gymnastics Instruction in Lawndale, Cheerleader Tumbling in Lawndale, Tumbling for Dancers in Lawndale, Gymnastics Team in Lawndale, Summer Gymnastics Camp in Lawndale, Birthday Parties in Lawndale, School Holiday Gymnastics Camp in Lawndale, Tumbling Classes in Lawndale, and in surrounding areas.
Below is some general information about Lawndale:
Lawndale is a city in Los Angeles County, California, United States. The population was 32,769 at the 2010 census, up from 31,711 according to the 2000 census. The city is in the South Bay region of the Greater Los Angeles Area.
From the 1780s onward, the area that is now Lawndale was part of the Rancho Sausal Redondo, a land grant given by the Spanish colonial government that includes much of what is now the South Bay shore region. In 1905 Charles B. Hopper first subdivided the area and named it after a Chicago suburb. Lots sold slowly and different promotions were tried such as promoting Lawndale as a chicken raising area. The first railway to run through Lawndale was the Inglewood Division of the Redondo Railway which would later become part of the Pacific Electric "Red Car" system. It ran down the middle of Railway Ave. (now Hawthorne Blvd.) until 1933. In 1927 the Santa Fe railroad arrived. After World War II, the immense demand for housing from returning veterans and California newcomers resulted in Lawndale's formation as abedroom community. On December 28, 1959 it was incorporated as a city in Los Angeles county.
Starting in the 1970s Lawndale's relatively low housing prices but more desirable location relative to its neighboring cities attracted absentee landlords and a substantial portion of its residents increasingly became renters.
For a time in the 1980s, with new cycle of expansion of defense industry nearby, many young people who wished to live in the Beach Cities found that they simply could not afford to do so, and settled in less glamorous inland cities such as Lawndale. But with the contraction of this industry after the cold war, Lawndale reverted to its previous pattern. Lawndale has attempted to attract more owner–residents, as well as tourists with the 2003 completion of the "Beautify Lawndale" urban renewal project along the city's stretch of Hawthorne Boulevard (State Route 107), a major South Bay thoroughfare.
A large electronic billboard was installed and began running advertising in 2004 until it was realized that the sign violated a city ordinance prohibiting advertising of out-of-town businesses on signs of that nature. For its first 18 months the sign was sponsored by Fox and promoted upcoming television shows and movies under the Fox label. It also later gained and lost a sponsorship with Acura before its current sponsorship for Los Angeles radio station 100.3 – The Sound. The billboard is said to generate Lawndale $200,000 annually. In 2012 the Lawndale community center opened up its doors.
Roy Rogers lived there for a time and Fred Dryer was raised there.
Information Source: Lawndale in Wikipedia