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Getting into the 2013 Take the Lake Training Season, we're spreading the word, through posters, brochures, cards, and now banners!
We'll soon hang the banner at Dale's (below), and you'll soon see the tall one (left) at Columbus Regional Healthcare.
Boy, this is fun. Remember in 2011 when Madelyn McCullen made the front page of The News Reporter when she crossed the finish line of the Walk/Run and held her running shoes in the air? Well, that photo made it on the 19-foot-tall CRHS banner and, I hope, started a trend.
We asked law enforcement officers to pose with shoes in hand for this year's campaign, and they did it! (Even though they each had guns and Tasers and had every excuse to use them on me.)
Anyway, look what's going on below. We're making celebrities out of participants, putting them "life-size" on the Dale's banner. What? They're in a police line-up? Handcuffs? Boy, this is fun!
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Take the Lake would not be possible without our generous sponsors. Thank you for supporting fitness and good health in our community!
Columbus Regional Healthcare
The John A. McNeill Family
Baldwin Woods Gynecology ATMC
Council Tool Company
Southeastern Comm. College
Friends of the Rube McCray Memorial Library
Baldwin Woods Pharmacy
Dales Seafood Restaurant
Sam’s Pit Stop
Columbus County Health
Powell and Powell Law
Special Service Sponsors
The News Reporter
Body Shapers Fitness Center
Lake Time Vintiques
Take a few minutes and reel through the years of Take the Lake, as we review the many themes and posters that have helped make fitness more fun in Columbus County! Click here
After spending several years at the very bottom of the County Health Ranking -- as the least healthy county in all of North Carolina -- we have improved our lifestyles enough to move up to 96, and we are proud to be so healthy!
Look at this!
The Weigh We Were - Photos and stories of people who have lost 100 lbs or more -- incredible and inspiring!
DID YOU KNOW...
that the second-most-popular Boy Scout merit badge in the U.S. is for Swimming? And the ninth-most-popular is Personal Fitness? Yes!
Six girls complete
all four PECs.
Are you ready boots?
movies -- please!
Bike & Hike: 436
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