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Healthy Central Florida’s friendly walking competition—Walk90—inspired 104 participants to walk more than 36 million steps—and lose some 471 pounds.
A new teaching garden and health-oriented education for students and parents are some of the latest additions planned for Morning Star School as a tribute to former WPHF Trustee Mary Rumberger.
Rollins Center for Lifelong Learning is thriving and recently captured three awards after its first year of operation.
Music & Memory, a program designed to help those with dementia reconnect with the world through music, is being introduced at 12 local sites.
The annual Fast Start event, held at Showalter Field, celebrated its 10th anniversary January 31.
The Foundation’s staff members are collaborating on many different projects to inspire healthy communities.
John Beacham, a member of the WPHF Community Health Work Group, has been named 2015 Entrepreneur of the Year by the African American Chamber of Commerce of Central Florida.
The American Diabetes Association’s Live Empowered program collaborated with churches, town leaders and health care providers to educate Eatonville residents on diabetes prevention and management.