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Dennis Lindey

Posted by Emily Sample on June 13, 2016

For the past 6 years Dennis Lindey had one goal—to swim the length of the United States, a mere 2,060 miles. His motive? He was 53 years old, walking with a cane and 85 pounds overweight. He was scared of… Read more…

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Gallatin Swim Team

Posted by Emily Sample on May 20, 2016

For the past 16 years the Gallatin Civic Center has put hundreds of kid’s through the Summer Swim Team program. 2016 will be the 17th consecutive year the team has competed and some of the kids, like now head manager… Read more…

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Spring has Sprung!

Posted by Emily Sample on April 22, 2016

Spring is in full swing at our Leisure Services Department, and with summer just around the corner we have tons of activities that will keep the entire family busy! Golf Scramble. With temperatures consistently in the 70s and 80s, now… Read more…

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SPRING INTO FITNESS! OUTDOOR EXERCISE: WHY AND WHERE?

Posted by Emily Sample on March 23, 2016

A crisp breeze strokes across your face while you feel the warmth of the sun soaking into your skin. You inhale nature’s fresh air as you pass along trees, bushes, and wildflowers all while you listen to the sound of… Read more…

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9 Ways To Make Your Resolutions A Reality

Posted by Emily Sample on January 5, 2016

As we all welcomed in the New Year a few days ago, many of us took a look at ourselves in the metaphorical mirror and settled on one or two or ten goals and resolutions for self-improvement over the next… Read more…

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Evette Britton

Posted by Emily Sample on November 2, 2015

Meet Evette Britton. In 1997 when she was 33 her doctor diagnosed her with Scleroderma. Scleroderma, or systemic sclerosis, is a chronic connective tissue disease generally classified as one of the autoimmune rheumatic diseases. Scleroderma is a chronic disease and… Read more…

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Judith Doss

Posted by Emily Sample on September 28, 2015

After months of strange symptoms, including numbness in her legs, hands and face, Judith Doss received Cochlear Implants because her hearing had faded. Her body needed assistance so she started using a walker to get around. Doctors were stunned, none… Read more…

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Labor Day History

Posted by Emily Sample on September 2, 2015

Observed on the first Monday in September, Labor Day pays tribute to the contributions and achievements of American workers. It was created by the labor movement in the late 19th century and became a federal holiday in 1894. Labor Day… Read more…

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How To Wash Your Workout Clothes

Posted by Emily Sample on August 2, 2015

Remember the iconic scenes from the “Rocky” movies when Sylvester Stallone runs up the stairs of the Philadelphia Museum of Art, pumping his fists in triumph as he reaches the top? Now, do you remember what he was wearing? Allow… Read more…

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4th of July Recipe Roundup

Posted by Emily Sample on July 1, 2015

Just because it’s the a holiday doesn’t mean you can’t eat healthy! Here are a few recipes you can make during you cookout! Happy 4th of July! Snacks/Appetizers: Cheezy Crackers http://reset-you.blogspot.com/2011/11/cheezy-crackers.html Paleo Chips http://nomnompaleo.com/post/41605570388/whole30-day-27-paleo-chips-including-a-new Bacon-Jalapeno Deviled Eggs http://paleomg.com/super-bowl-snacks-bacon-jalapeno-deviled-eggs/ Sides: Creamy… Read more…

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