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Activate Phoenixville Area Hosting Two Events in May

Active Phoenixville Area will be hosting two events in May that are free to the public.

The first is on Wednesday, May 21st.
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H.I.P. Kids
Come learn about this exciting, effective program for children ages 8 and up who are at risk of becoming, or who are, overweight or obese. This 12-week Health Intervention Program meets twice a week and is led by certified exercise specialists and a registered dietician.

Presented by: Freedom Valley YMCA, Phoenixville Branch

Wednesday - May 21, 2008 7:00 PM

Phoenixville Public Library – FREE
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The second event is taking place on Thursday, May 29th
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What's On Your Plate
Nutrition for Body and Soul
Cara Graver HHC, AADP

EATING HEALTHY ON A BUDGET
An interactive talk about the true cost of what's on the table and how to eat foods that taste great, are more nutritious, and don't cost an arm and a leg.

Thursday - May 29, 2008 7:00 PM
Phoenixville Public Library
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Both events are free however you must register ahead of time. All those in attendance will receive a free pedometer. For more information or to register, please contact Tina Trager at 610-917-9890 or by email at ActivatePVille@pasd.com.

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