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Healthy Fun for the Whole Family:
Letís Get Walkiní!
Healthy Fun for the Whole Family: Letís Get Walkiní!
East Boston, MA, April 24, 2012óThe Letís Get Moviní program at the
East Boston Neighborhood Health Center (EBNHC), along with the
Boston Public Health Commission and walkBoston, is sponsoring a
community walk for the whole family on Saturday, April 28, 2012,
from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. The walk begins at Bertulli Park
(Central Square/Liberty Plaza), East Boston, and continues around
Eagle Hill, one of East Bostonís most historic neighborhoods. Two
and a quarter miles in length, the walking route is suitable for all
Alison Smizer, Community Initiatives Coordinator for the Let's Get
Movin' Program, says, ďWeíre excited about this next Letís Get
Walkiní event. Families will have a chance to explore a beautiful
area of Boston by foot. Come join us and other community members for
a healthy and fun experience!Ē
Free yoga will be available after the walk! For more information or
to register for the walk, contact Alison Smizer at 617-568-4783 or
The Letís Get Moviní program at EBNHC is a lifestyle-change program
for children and teens that promotes physical activity, teaches
proper nutrition, and helps young people make healthier lifestyle
choices. Letís Get Moviní activities are fun as well as healthy and
educational, and include after-school and summer programs, field
trips, community events, and cooking classes and educational
seminars for adults who want to learn more about supporting their
childrenís healthier lifestyles.
The East Boston Neighborhood Health Center has been a vital part of
its community for over 40 years, providing easily accessible,
high-quality health care to all who live and work in East Boston and
the surrounding communities of Chelsea, Revere, Everett, and
Winthrop. EBNHC handles 300,000 patient visits per yearómore than
any other ambulatory care center in New England.
For more information about Letís Get Moviní, contact Program
Coordinator Cristina Weddle at 617-568-4071 or firstname.lastname@example.org.