Don’t Miss Our 6th Annual Champions Celebration on October 8
As a Healthy Monadnock Champion, you may have been quietly making health changes throughout the year. Maybe you quit smoking, or started a walking program at your workplace, or even lost 20 pounds and gotten your cholesterol and blood pressure under control. Well, isn’t it time for a celebration of all your efforts?
Well, once a year we like to celebrate all that Champions have done to help make our community a healthier place!
Join us – and your fellow Champions – on Thursday, October 8, 2015 at the Keene High School cafeteria from 5:30-7 p.m. for a fun-filled evening to celebrate efforts made by you and our area’s schools and organizations to move the needle toward a healthier community.
There will be Champion awards, raffle prizes, a photo booth, games, and a chance to network and share your success stories (and struggles too!) with other Healthy Monadnock Champions.
What’s the Annual Champions Celebration like?
I’ll let last year’s participants say it in their own words:
“The Champions celebration is much more than a gathering of award winners. It’s an opportunity to learn about how ordinary people are making extraordinary progress towards creating a healthier lifestyle, individually and collectively. These people focus on the small steps in their lives, and before long, you see the impact on their families, friends, and co-workers in ways unimaginable before. I love hearing the stories and I get inspired by each person there.” — Robin Eichert, PeopleSense Consulting, LLC, Jaffrey.
“The Champions Celebration is a wonderful recognition of our future adults! The school children and the staff members are about our best ambassadors spreading the word about fitness, making good food choices, and promoting the Healthy Monadnock Champion’s Program to their families, friends and community members.” — Susan Doyle, Realtor, The Masiello Group, Keene.
“What an honor it was to be named the Healthy Monadnock 2020Champion of the year at last year’s event. To be present in a room with community members who have singlehandedly moved the needle for corporate, institutional, and individual health and wellness in our region was so inspiring; truly defining what social capital is all about.” — Ted McGreer, Owner, Ted’s Shoe & Sport, Keene.
So, don’t miss out on the fun! We hope to see you on the 8th. No RSVP required, but let other Champions know you will be there by responding on our Facebook events page.