Category: News Briefs Published on Wednesday, 09 January 2013 08:48 Written by WWJ
CANTON (CBS Detroit) Getting in shape for the New Year? There’s plenty of support for that, including this new effort brought by Canton Leisure Services and Oakwood Healthcare System.
The two are promoting healthy living and community wellness by offering a “100 Days to Health” program. Registration for this community-wide health and wellness program is currently in progress offering plenty of opportunities to learn about health and nutrition and participate in recreational activities.
This popular fitness program will officially kickoff on Saturday, January 12, 2013 at the Summit on the Park, located at 46000 Summit Parkway, from noon to 1:30 p.m. Oakwood Healthcare System staff will be on hand during the kickoff providing health screenings. Other activities planned during the kick-off include: Summit tours; Family Zumba; and snacks. Plus, participants can also enjoy a special open swim starting at 1:30 p.m.
This year’s program offers everything you need to build a healthier lifestyle for you and your family. Register now for Canton’s 100 Days to Health 2013 HERE, at the Summit front desk, or at the 100 Days Kickoff Event on January 12.
Registration fees for Canton residents are: $15 for adults ages 12 and up and $5 for youth ages 11 and under. Non-resident fees are $25 for adults 12 and up and $5 for youth ages 11 and under. Youth and children must register with an adult.
Once registered, you’ll have free access to all classes and events on the 100 Days to Health calendar. Participants can register any time during the 100 Days to Health program.
This year’s participants will also receive: a punch-card for five free visits to the Summit on the Park during the program; classes and events offered at a variety of convenient times to accommodate your busy schedules; innovative new classes; and the return of some of our most popular events including Zumba, Boot Camps, and Healthy Cooking with Chef Paul. Be sure to check out these healthy offerings throughout this program, which ends in April 2013.
To learn more about 100 Days to Health program, visit Cantonfun.org or call 734-394-5460.
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