Kewaunee County "Get Healthy" initiative providing new booklet

In an effort to promote fitness and combat obesity, the Kewaunee County Public Health Department has created a booklet this year to show residents how to stay active. The 20-page handbook aims to improve the quality of life for people of all ages.  Public Health Director Cindy Kinnard says a community health assessment showed an opportunity for better outreach on fitness accessibility for Kewaunee County residents. 



 Kinnard says the booklet lists indoor and outdoor activities that people to take advantage of throughout the area.   You can find the free Get Healthy Kewaunee County booklet at area retail outlets or by logging on to the Kewaunee County Public Health’s website and clicking on “Get Healthy”. 


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