Is your community center trying to plan a fundraiser while being mindful of COVID-19 safety protocols? These virtual ideas might help you get started. From Zoom to virtual auction websites, here’s how your community center can stay on track.
If you are looking for more ways to encourage intergenerational activity at your community center, consider establishing a mentoring program. Here are some practical benefits and important things to consider as you begin.
While obesity can be the result of too sedentary a lifestyle, diet plays a role, too. Your community center might be able to make a positive contribution to fighting this epidemic by serving more vegan and vegetarian foods.
As busy moms and dads, it’s sometimes hard to keep up and get much needed nutrition into our active kids. So how do you sneak those servings in while moving at the speed of life and keeping tantrums to a minimum? Here are 5 tips for amping up fruit and veggie eating.
For many, the first sign of St. Patrick’s Day are minty green desserts and corned beef and cabbage extravaganzas. But this well-loved holiday doesn’t always feature true Irish fare. Here are some ideas for an authentic and healthy St. Patrick’s Day menu.
An itchy nose, watery eyes, painful congestion, and intense sneezing can all be signs you have a seasonal allergy. Allergies can be uncomfortable for people of all ages but can be managed with a little help. Here’s what you should know as you head into the spring allergy season.
The risk for losing your life after a hip fracture increases even for adults as young as age 50. From infections to pneumonia, 1 in 3 people who break a hip will die from complications within a year. Here are 4 hip fracture risks for older adults.
Heart disease is the leading cause of death for both men and women worldwide. Experts say it doesn’t have to be this way. Many risk factors that contribute to cardiac diseases can be controlled with a healthy lifestyle. Here are 9 ways you can protect your heart.
While we often think the easiest thing to do is just keep one single email address that everyone can access, it’s not the smartest. Here are five reasons why you need dedicated email addresses for your center staff.