Let’s Go

Healthy Valentine’s Day Treats with CN2 Today

Feb. 11, 2021 (Tega Cay, SC) “Heart-healthy treats” are great ways to say, “I love you!” Check out these healthy, tasty Valentine’s Day treats that Tega Cay Healthy Kids prepared in this CN2 Today segment filmed at Bakers Buzzin’. And learn more about Eat Smart Move More York County and Impact York County’s work to reduce food insecurity in our communities.

My Tenure as Chair of Eat Smart Move More York County

Feb. 1, 2021 (York County, SC) Stepping down as chair of Eat Smart Move More York County (ESMMYC), Liz Duda reflects on her evolution at ESMMYC, the commitment she made, what ESMMYC accomplished, what she is most proud of, and going forward.

ESMMYC Let’s Go Celebration

York County, SC (June 11, 2018) What a great celebration ESMMYC hosted to thank its community partners for achievements during the Let’s Go grant. The ESMMYC leadership team and partners described past successes, and future plans. While having some fun, eating local foods, and getting to know our partners better.

HYPE Team Achieves Success with Multiple Projects

Clover, SC (May 15, 2018) The Healthy Young People Empowerment (HYPE) team, made of up of students at Blue Eagle Academy in Clover who are also members of the Boys and Girls Club of York County, are focusing on increasing access to physical activity at their school and Junior Eagle Academy. Read about their efforts after they formed in 2015 as a result of the Let’s Go! South Carolina Initiative.

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.

March is National Nutrition Month

(March 2016) March is National Nutrition Month, Count Me in to do the Right Thing organization March event, echoes the theme of the American Dietetic Association “Eat Right with Color” choose brightly colored fruits and vegetables.


The Tomato project The environment club of Northwestern High School clean up the greenhouse at Applied TECHNOLOGY CENTER and got the tomato plugs from a local farm.