Community support for Project Wellness, the unique health and wellness center proposed to provide a new home for the aging Peggy & Philip B. Crosby Wellness Center YMCA in Winter Park, continues to pour in to the Winter Park Health Foundation (WPHF). Early in September, following many years of research and planning, WPHF submitted its […]
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WPHF hosted a spirited discussion with Dr. Bill Thomas, a Harvard-educated geriatrician, during the Central Florida stop on his “Age of Disruption” Tour.
Approximately 100 children and teens ran or walked along the streets of Eatonville participating in the 4th Annual “Run Around the Town” 5K event on October 28. There were nearly as many volunteers for the event as runners to help keep the kids safe — the Healthy Eatonville Team, Girls on the Run Orlando Running […]
Community support for Project Wellness, the unique health and wellness center proposed to provide a new home for the aging Peggy & Philip B. Crosby Wellness Center YMCA in Winter Park, continues to pour in to the Winter Park Health Foundation (WPHF).
Over 300 people attended the 3rd Annual Arts & Wellness Symposium hosted by UCF College of Arts & Humanities and the National Center for Creative Aging thanks to support from The Pabst Charitable Foundation for the Arts, the B.L. West Foundation, and the Winter Park Health Foundation.
Sunshine and cool breezes made for ideal “Walktober” weather as nearly 2,000 students throughout all eight Winter Park area elementary and middle schools, walked or rolled to school to commemorate International Walk to School Day on October 7.
Recess carts were provided to eight Winter Park, Maitland and Eatonville elementary schools thanks to a Winter Park Health Foundation grant in support of the recess resolution passed by the Orange County Public Schools School Board.
During September, the Eatonville Community Redevelopment Agency (CRA) held three community visioning workshops. The purpose of the workshop was to engage residents in assessing and providing input to update the existing version developed in 1997.
Since the Winter Park Health Foundation (WPHF) announced its plans for Project Wellness, there’s a buzz about the potential impact the new and improved wellness center will have on the health and quality of life for residents in Winter Park. Tim Freed, a writer for the Winter Park Observer, interviewed Patricia Maddox, WPHF President & CEO. In […]
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