100 Miles in 100 Days
River Valley Healthy Communities has had recent success helping to increase the level of physical activity of our community in the challenge 100 Miles in 100 Days. January 2010 has seen 106 participants with ages ranging from 18-25 and one participant in the 76-85 age group.
The challenge happens in January and June and runs for 100 days. There are no set
parameters for the challenge with the exception to be active. It comes complete with a log sheet and conversion charts for alternate activities such as hiking and skiing. The conversion charts turn these activities into steps and miles to help get to that 100 miles goal.
Please join us and walk your way to healthy!
Want to find a walking route? Want to tell us about one in your
community? Or do want to learn how to create a route? If you answer
yes to one of these questions, you’ve come to the right place.
Healthy Maine Walks provides information on how to find a walking
route near you, to share information about walking routes, or to
find out about how to create one.
For those of you not interested in registering with RVHCC, but you would like to start 100 miles challenge...here are all the materials that you need to make that happen. Feel free to email with us your successes and feedback about the program. firstname.lastname@example.org
Good luck with
your goals at maintaining a healthy lifestyle!
Work Healthy! Award Program
The program recognizes businesses that follow
responsible beverage sales practices.
Healthy Maine Works: Online Business Tool
The purpose of HMW is to guide and support Maine employers in developing worksite wellness programs that support the health employees. Supporting employee health can improve employee on the job performance, impact the bottom line, and help individuals and their families stay well. HMW is a project of Maine's Center for Disease Control. Office of Substance Abuse, and the Department of Education and is delivered in collaboration with with local healthy Maine Partnerships across the State.
This online, easy to use software tool is available free of charge to employers of all sizes . The tool offers:
Employers just getting started , the simple, guided ad no cost process for developing a worksite wellness plan is a great first step. Worksites with existing programs, the tried and tested wellness activities combined with expertise and resources provided by Healthy Maine Partnership staff will give any wellness program a boost. If you would like to get started using Healthy Maine Works or have questions about its use contact:
River Valley Healthy Communities Coalition, one of twenty-eight Healthy Maine Partnerships email@example.com or 364.7408
Programs listed are funded by a Fund for a Healthy Maine
Hope Association, Irving
Forest Products, Inc., Maine DOT-Region 3, Marden's, Northeast Bank,
Norway Savings Bank, Region 9 School of Applied Technology, Rumford
Bangor Savings, Brian's
Bistro, Med-Care Ambulance, Oxford Federal Credit Union,
PO Box 86 | Rumford, ME | 04276 | 207-364-7408