Eat Smart Move More Laurens County
Communities, schools, municipalities, and non-profits are encouraged to apply for funding for healthy eating and active living projects. The application deadline is January 15.
All schools will be honored with a national award for promoting healthy eating, physical activity, and staff well-being.
More than 100 teenagers and adults from across South Carolina attended the 6th Annual Youth Summit on July 27th at The Meeting Place Church in Columbia to learn about youth-led policy changes and how to advocate effectively.
After 10 years of perseverance, disabled children in Laurens can finally play at Little River Park.
The Laurens County HYPE Team are making their voice heard and having a positive impact on the health and safety of their community.
Six communities participated in the Let’s Go! South Carolina initiative, implementing strategies across multiple sectors to increase access to healthy foods and physical activity, and have had a huge impact on community health.
From park openings to new trail plans, Laurens County has been working hard to create a healthy environment for its community members to thrive in.
Laurens 56 Child Nutrition Director Cindy Jacobs knew that meeting the updated nutrition standards for school meals wouldn’t come without challenges.
Human Resource Manager Kelly Plaia reveals the hospital’s plans for 2013.