With more than 219 people in attendance, Florence and the Pee Dee were the hosts of the 2019 Leadership Summit for Healthy Communities, and it did not disappoint!
All schools will be honored with a national award for promoting healthy eating, physical activity, and staff well-being.
Two sessions at the Leadership Summit will help you determine your next active community environment move!
Six individuals nominated by their peers to receive the Community Leader Award represent rural South Carolina and initiatives that are creating healthier communities.
On October 29 in Florence, Leadership Summit attendees have three opportunities to learn about current work being done in South Carolina that can be duplicated in their own faith-based communities.
It’s the perfect spot for a run or walk before or after the Summit.
Inspirational. Energetic. Forward thinking leadership. That’s what you can look forward to with keynote speaker Anton Gunn.
Over 16 groups representing 12 of South Carolina’s counties gathered for a fun day at Riverbanks Zoo & Gardens to learn about youth leadership.
The new Eat Smart Move More South Carolina Executive Director Meg Stanley will begin at the end of August.
South Carolina’s only conference focused on healthy eating and active living is stopping in the Pee Dee with some new features.
The 2019-2020 advocacy platform includes advocating for H.3250, a Fruit and Vegetable SNAP Grant Program, in addition to many other initiatives that provide for PSE changes.
Moses Washington is a successful young leader who is motivated and driven to make healthy change happen in Bamberg County.