Healthy Together 5-2-1-0 Guest Speaker

York County, SC (Apr. 30, 2018) Healthy Together 5-2-1-0 was featured at the ESMMYC general membership meeting. Rolled out in the Fort Mill and Rock Hill School Districts, this program reinforces the importance of healthy eating and active living. ESMMYC partnered with Atrium Health to support partners’ culture of healthy living through engagement, consistent messaging, collaboration, education and policy changes.

Rock Hill: Knowledge Park Planning

Rock Hill, SC (Feb. 22, 2018) ) The City of Rock Hill is working to ensure the success of Knowledge Park, an urban, mixed-use business park specifically designed for the knowledge-economy. The vision is for Knowledge Park to be the dynamic center of Rock Hill’s 21st century economy. Designed to be home to knowledge economy […]

Old Town Farmers Market at Legal Remedy Brewing through May 2018

Rock Hill, SC (Feb. 4, 2018) The Old Town Farmers Market will be at Legal Remedy Brewing Company – rain or shine – on Saturdays from March 3 to May 26 (except on April 14 when Legal Remedy will host its annual Spring Fling). Stop by from 8am to noon and support local farmers! “Join us for […]

Catawba Farm and Food Coalition: Steps in the Healthy Direction

York County, SC (Jan. 8, 2018) Clemson University Agribusiness Development Agent, Ben Boyles, shared his vision for strengthening our regional food-based economy during an ESMMYC general meeting. Boyles is co-founder and co-chair of the Catawba Farm and Food Coalition, which launched the Catawba Fresh Market, an online local farmers’ market. And we learned about efforts towards a regional food hub.

The Commission To Build A Healthier America’s Ten Recommendations To Improve The Health Of All Americans

York County, SC (Nov. 23, 2017) What are some goals for community members to work towards together to create a healthier York County? This serves as a reminder that, this Thanksgiving, we are thankful for our local partners who are working to improve the health of  our York County community. Back in 2008, the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation […]