Making the Healthy Choice the Easy Choice

Community Leader

Le Tanya Williams What do you get when you recruit new people to join your coalition and to take an interest in their community? You get renewed energy, fresh ideas, and new connections to community members. You get community organizers like Le Tanya Williams in the City of Chester. Over five years ago, Eat Smart […]

SCaledown.org is the place to educate, engage and mobilize partners to help make the healthy choice the easy choice for South Carolinians. This site houses the South Carolina Obesity Action Plan, a tactical plan that aims to build on the success of previous efforts and offers new strategies to reduce obesity rates in the Palmetto […]

S.C. Fitness Gram Data Released

South Carolina FitnessGram Data for the 2016-2017 school year was released. We already know that weight and cardiorespiratory fitness are important to their health (current and future) of K-12 students. So, with great concern, we learn that over one-third of S.C. students were overweight or obese, and nearly one-half performed below the recommended level for […]

WALK CHESTER Pedestrian Master Plan

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    Eat Smart Move More Chester County Coalition is pleased to share the WALK CHESTER Pedestrian Master Plan! WALK CHESTER PROJECT VISION The Town of Chester will be a place where a connected network of comfortable and convenient pedestrian facilities are provided to people of all ages and abilities; where citizens enjoy walking as a […]

Open Community Use Webinar

OPEN COMMUNITY USE WEBINAR WHERE WE ARE AND WHERE WE’RE GOING Join the SC Department of Health and Environmental Control and Eat Smart Move More SC for a free webinar on March 14 at 9:00 a.m. about Breaking Physical Activity Barriers Through Open Community Use: Where We Are and Where We’re Going. Open community use, allowing free community […]