Making the Healthy Choice the Easy Choice

Fit Family Event – July 10!

You’re invited to a FIT FAMILY EVENT!!! Thursday, July 10, 2014 from 4pm to 6pm at Colleton Medical Center The event will include a: Farmers market! 1 mile Fun Walk (everyone’s a winner!) Gym membership for 2 Giveaway! Refreshments and more! Hope to see you there! Questions? Call 549-2595, ext. 128 or e-mail Melissa@EatSmartMoveMoreSC.org Let’s Go […]

Let’s Go Get Fit!

Colleton Medical Center and Eat Smart Move More Colleton County have teamed up with other community organizations to promote the South Carolina Fit Family Challenge. The SC Fit Family Challenge is a statewide eight-week healthy lifestyle program where families set fitness goals and log in minutes of physical activity online. Weekly prize drawings are offered […]

Join a Community Walking Group Today!

_____ like an Egyptian I _____ the Line _____ this Way Did you miss your Walk this week? If so, why not try a free community walking group?! BZS Center (Ruffin) on Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays at 7am Colleton County Middle School on Tuesdays, Thursdays at 6pm Colleton Medical Center Walking Park on Tuesdays at 6pm […]

Fit Family Challenge Kickoff Event!

It’ almost here! Fit Family Challenge Kick-off Thursday, May 15 Colleton Medical Center 4pm-6pm Cooking… Moving More… Giveaways… Fun! For more information, call 549-2595, ext. 128   Let’s Go, Colleton County! Recommend on Facebook Tweet about it Subscribe to the comments on this post Print for later Tell a friend

Public Invited to Vote for Their Favorite Scarecrow!

Scarecrow Contest             Our community gardens are celebrating fall and their fall harvest by having a SCARECROW CONTEST.  The public is invited to help celebrate our community gardens by voting on the best scarecrow. Voting takes place November 15th – November 25th.   The participating Community Gardens are: Black Street […]

HHS HealthBeat: Exercise, diets and knees

Researchers say being physically active and losing 10 percent of your weight can help people with osteoarthritis of the knee. At Wake Forest University, researcher Steven Messier saw this in about 400 people over 18 months. Some dieted, some exercised with walking and strength training, and some did both. The goal was to lose at […]