John Langer, left, and Rick Telman put up the Litchfield Hills Farm-Fresh Market sign at the corner of West Street and Woodruff Street in preparation for the opening of the market's summer season. The market will be open from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Saturdays into October and as always – held in the parking lot at the Litchfield Center School. See you there!
Rod Dixon’s KiDSMARATHON just completed their final miles at these schools: Cheshire High School, Glastonbury, EO Smith High School, Danbury, Philip Smith School, Waterford High School, Trumbull High School, Waterbury, Main Street and Torrington. What a successful year it was.
Every day you have to eat, just like the other 7.2 billion people on the planet. By 2050, at least 2 billion more people will join you.
from the team that brought you “Fat, Sick & Nearly Dead.” As filmmaker Joe Cross spent time traveling the world with his previous two films, he met thousands of people and one issue that came up again and again was what to do about the growing childhood obesity problem. In THE KIDS MENU, Joe meets with experts, parents, teachers and kids, coming to the realization that childhood obesity isn’t the real issue, but rather a symptom of a bigger problem. The lack of knowledge of what healthy foods are. Lack of access to healthy and affordable options. And the influence of negative role models, whether a parent, teacher or even a celebrity.
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Dixon has become a worldwide advocate for children's health and fitness, through exercise and nutrition. He estimates that 300,000 young people have participated in his KiDSMARATHON program while learning positive life-long habits.
"I know the kids are engaged and they enjoy running," he said. "I grew up when running was a form of punishment. Now kids love to run because they were born to run."
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