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Get Moving CNY!
June 01, 2011

 

Date of Release: June 1, 2011                          For Further Information Please Call:
                                                                                                Kathy Mogle, MS
                                                                                                Program Coordinator
                                                                                                435-3280
 
 
Get Moving CNY!
                                                                                               
 
Onondaga County Joanne M. Mahoney is pleased to announce that the Onondaga County Health Department is partnering again with Onondaga County Parks, Syracuse City Parks, Wegmans, and the YMCA to offer a FREE physical activity program, called “Get Moving CNY!”. With this program, exercise for thirty to sixty minutes each day for thirty consecutive days during the summer and win prizes. You can start the program anytime from June 1 to September 1 and you can do any exercise that you like, wherever and whenever you like! Track your fitness goal by downloading your “Get Moving CNY!” log sheet at: www.onondagacountyparks.com/getmoving.
After completing your calendar, drop it off at Onondaga Lake Park,
106 Lake Drive in Liverpool and you will receive a “Get Moving CNY!”
t-shirt, a Wegmans $3.00 produce coupon, and a one month membership to the YMCA (Downtown, Fayetteville, or Liverpool locations). If you cannot bring your calendar to Onondaga Lake Park, mail it to 106 Lake Drive, Liverpool, New York 13088 or fax it to: (315) 453-6764. If you are unable to pick up your prizes, arrangements will be made to have your prizes mailed to you.
 
So, get moving and move thirty to sixty minutes every day for a healthier you. For more information call 453-6712, fax, or visit the website: www.onondagacountyparks.com/getmoving
 


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