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Join us for a dessert reception honoring local athletes on June 12, 2017. More coming soon about this event.

Who said winter was made for hibernating? Snow-covered slopes and beautiful powder are a dream come true for alpine skiing enthusiasts of all ages. During the winter months, they hurtle down the trails, excited to show off their skills and new achievements. It’s sheer heaven for people who w…

It is important to integrate sports into young people’s daily routines, whether it is a school sports program or an extracurricular leisure activity. Why? Because physical activity is beneficial for their health, well-being, and academic success.

Sports are so much more than just good fun. Getting involved with sports leads to physical fitness and robust health. For children, its benefits include healthy weight maintenance and improved blood circulation and cardiovascular health. Best of all, participation in sports has also been shown to have a beneficial effect on academic success.

Be healthy, active, and fit: this is one of the most critical choices we can make for ourselves and for our children. By presidential proclamation, May is National Physical Fitness and Sports Month, a reminder for all of us to find ways to get our kids and ourselves moving and learning to en…

Learning to be food-wise is one of the goals of this year’s National Nutrition Month, which takes place throughout March. In this case, food wisdom doesn’t refer to cutting back on calories and depriving yourself of the pleasures of eating. The Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics (AND) puts i…