Monday marks World Mental Health Day, a campaign to raise awareness about mental health issues and improve our mental well-being. One habit to boost your mental health is walking. Besides being good for your body, walking can help improve your psychological state, especially if you walk outdoors. Walking outside, being in nature and getting out of the same place allows you to decompress, understand what’s been going on and refocus, experts say. A walk can also help clear your mind and enhance your creativity. Tap the link to find out all the wonderful benefits of walking for your mind.
Registration is now open for the HarbinSTRONG Fall 5k Training Program. This year we will be training for the 7 Hills Rubicon 5k and 1 Mile Health Walk to benefit the Floyd County Police Santa Bike Patrol The Santa Bike Patrol. The Santa Bike Patrol provides bicycles to local children at Christmas.
Training will begin on Saturday October 15th at 8:30 a.m. and continue through Saturday November 12th. Meet at the Eastside (Heritage Trail) parking lot behind the Braves Stadium.
You can earn 3 HarbinSTRONG points by participating in a minimum of (3) group training sessions. 2 additional points can be earned by crossing the finish line on race day.
Click Here to register for the training.Deadline to register is Wednesday October12th.
Join Brian Price Saturday at 8AM at Paris Lake at Georgia Highlands College.
Access Paris Lake by entering the campus from Booze Mountain Road. The entrance road leads straight to a designated parking area. You may also access the lake by entering the campus from the main entrance on Cedartown Hwy; take a right at the end of the entry road and follow the road to the back of the campus; you’ll see the lake and road leading to parking.