That's a Wrap, Rapp!! Our high school bulletin board was intentionally quite sparse at the start of the 2017-2018 school year. With each passing week, we added photos, one-by-one, of moments captured in our community offerings. If you have taken our classes, you know how we LOVE taking "Sweaty Selfies"! As we wrap up the school year, our bulletin board is now FULL of happy faces and great memories. Did you know?... During this school year we have offered 451 classes, works
Rain, rain go away!! We want to go outside and play... Check out our newsletter to see our Healthy Kids Tip of the Week which features a fun, indoor workout for kids! This circuit incorporates movements such as frog jumps, crab walks, and donkey kicks to help build cardiovascular and muscular endurance. Also, included in this week's edition, is a yummy, spicy tuna avocado wrap recipe! To view this and more, CLICK HERE
May is quickly coming to an end, which means that schools is almost out for summer break. This means that most of our group exercise classes will also be taking a summer hiatus. But wait, before you get too sad, we hope to offer a few classes throughout June. We are currently conducting a short, 3 question survey to find out IF there is an interest in continued classes and if so, what you would like to see. Survey link and details can be found in our current newsletter.
Looking for a FUN way to test your strength? Are you competitive? Do you want to support a great cause? RCES is hosting the 2nd Annual Bus Pull to benefit the Relay for Life of Rappahannock County. Yes, we will be pulling an actual, life size school bus! Gather 9 of your friends (teams of 10, max) to participate. The group that pulls the bus the farthest will be awarded a trophy and named the 2018 Rappahannock County Bus Pull Champions. The cost is $5 per participant.
April 25th was Rev Your Bev Day, a state wide initiative to raise awareness about the health benefits of drinking water. Commit to Be Fit (C2BF) Nutritionist, Amanda Grove, and C2BF Wellness Integration Specialist, Holly Jenkins, spoke to the elementary school students about fun, healthy ways to flavor their water. Students each had the opportunity to sample a cucumber and mint infused water to taste a flavorful alternative to sugary beverages. At the high school, Y-street