Eat Smart Move More Kershaw County
The Kershaw County chapter chair is retiring after positively impacting the health of her community for 20 plus years.
Are you interested in learning more about how to incorporate racial equity into HEAL community work? We have resources for you to use.
We are committed to being a part of the work of ending racism and violence against black people in South Carolina.
On October 29 in Florence, Leadership Summit attendees have three opportunities to learn about current work being done in South Carolina that can be duplicated in their own faith-based communities.
Eat Smart Move More South Carolina has approved nine grants in its first Let’s Go! 3.0 grant cycle to community coalitions seeking to provide residents with access to local healthy options.
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.
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.
Tall Longleaf pines stood silent guard as the first official hikers took to the Sweet Gum Trail in Camden on Tuesday afternoon. About 50 people participated in a ribbon-cutting ceremony for the official opening of the 2/3-mile trail that now connects Scott and Woodward parks.
The Kershaw County Farmers Market (KCFM) will be moving again –for what is hoped to be the last time — to a new permanent location in downtown Camden.