FitKids in Whitewater!
Help W3 make the FitKid Shuffle (part of the Discover Whitewater Series on 9.20.2015) a free event! Our goal is to raise $3,000 so 200 kids can participate! W3 is asking for sponsorships. A $15 donation provides a child with registration, a t-shirt and a great goodie bag! Please call (262) 472-1860 if you would like to donate or if you have ideas to help us with our fundraising efforts.
Want to be a healthier, happier you? W3 wants that too!
W3 seeks to increase longevity and quality of life utilizing the Blue Zones Principles by facilitating programs and partnerships to affect sustainable improvements for everyone in our community. Feel free to take a look through our site and contact us for more information on ways you can get involved to improve the health of the Whitewater community.
April is Alcohol Awareness Month and Working for Whitewater’s Wellness challenge you to participate in Sober Week, April 20-26. The National Council on Alcoholism and Drug Dependence and Working for Whitewater’s Wellness ask parents and other adults to abstain from drinking alcoholic beverages and using recreational drugs for these seven days to demonstrate that alcohol & other drugs aren’t necessary to have a good time. If you find it difficult to go without substances during this period, we urge you to call the Walworth County Alcoholics Anonymous at 262-723-1224 or the Jefferson County Alcoholics Anonymous at 608-222-8989.
Take advantage of free community Yoga classes during the week! These classes are open to the public and are designed for all ability levels. Start your day off right with a Sunrise Yoga class or have a mid-day break with yoga during your lunch hour. Class times and location information is on our calendar.
Environmental wellness can be overlooked, but it is a crucial piece of overall health. Check out all of the great programs that are happening in Whitewater during Earth Week at www.uww.edu/sustainability/earth-week.
Save the date for the 2015 Discover Whitewater Series! 9.20.2015