Crossville Chronicle, Crossville, TN


April 6, 2010

Put on your walking shoes

Crossville Mayor J.H. Graham III led the way during the kick-off for the Cumberland County Health Department's first Walks-A-Lot Program on Monday afternoon. Nearly 100 participants from ages 3 to 70 joined him for the event, which included a walk around the Kmart parking lot. During the opening rally, the mayor proclaimed April 5-9 as National Public Health Week in Crossville to encourage citizens to participate in the program and make lifestyle changes to improve their overall health. The Walks-A-Lot Program runs through May 3. More than 150 individuals have registered and will be keeping track of physical activity on exercise logs during the month to be eligible for a prize drawing on May 10, said Ruth Lucas, health educator with the Cumberland County Health Department.

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Tim Richardson, Adam Forgey, Greg Wyatt and Blake Garrison won the City of Crossville Team Championship honoring Bobby Nichols Tuesday with a 20-under-par 124 (60-64).

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Pictured is the Christian Counseling Center's play therapy center. Pictured, from left, are Kathryn Smylie Burns, Ed.S., play therapist, with Leia Stevens, granddaughter of the executive director.

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