THE 4TH ANNUAL SERIES OF COMMUNITY WALKS EXPLORING HEALTH, COMMUNITY BUILDING, AND THE BENEFITS OF TRAILS IN NEWTON COUNTY EVERY TUESDAY in APRIL starting @ 5:30 P.M
March 17, 2019
April 2nd Turner Lake Complex - Community Building on the Trail: “Walk-with-a-CIVIC GROUP” Bring your civic group or organization to commune with nature and learn how your group can support our growing Newton Trail system. Meet in the parking lot in front of the Recreation Center to walk from Turner Lake to Emory Street. Address: 6185 Turner Lake Road
April 9th Eastside Trail/Sandy's Dog Park - Trails And Your Dog: “Walk-with-a-VET” - CANCELLED April 16th Cricket Frog Trail - Trails and Spirituality: “Walk-with-a-PASTOR” Join area Churches as they gather together to walk and fellowship with each other. Led by Pastor Eric Wendel Lee, Sr., Senior Pastor. of Springfield Baptist Church. Meet at Elm Street trailhead in Covington. Park at the Elm Street parking deck across from the Newton County Administration Building. Address: 1113 Usher Street
April 23rd Turner Lake Complex - Walking with a Purpose: “Walk-with-a-STUDENT” Walk with the Montessori School of Covington and Middle School students as they share their completed Adopt-a-Spot on the Trail. Newton Trails will erect a sign recognizing the achievement. Meet in front of the Montessori School of Covington. We will walk to the Turner Lake Complex. Address: 4108 Summers Street
April 30th Cricket Frog Trail - Walking for Health: “Walk-with-a-DOC” Join Dr. Samira Brown, Piedmont Newton Hospital’s newest Pediatrician as she discuss the benefits of walking with your children for better health. Bring the kids and bike, walk, skate or run. Meet at Elm Street trailhead in Covington. Park at the Elm Street parking deck across from the Newton County Administration Building. Address: 1113 Usher Street
Every Body Walk Newton THE 4TH ANNUAL SERIES OF COMMUNITY WALKS EXPLORING HEALTH, COMMUNITY BUILDING, AND THE BENEFITS OF TRAILS IN NEWTON COUNTY EVERY TUESDAY in APRIL starting @ 5:30 P.M For more information, visit www.NewtonTrails.org and follow
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