The Clark County Activity Coalition met Feb. 18 to discuss the upcoming Winchester Weigh Down, which is set to begin on March 13.
Gina Lang, chair of the Activity Coalition, called the meeting to order. Beth Willet with the Clark County Health Department took the minutes.
Upcoming classes for the Winchester Weigh Down were discussed and finalized. Several new weigh-in locations have been added to the event. New prizes for the event were established, as well as a gift to each participant that weighs in all eight weeks.
The winning ceremony for the Winchester Weigh Down will coincide with a 5K Run for the Paws, which will be held at College Park on Sunday, May 19. All information will be updated and added to the website www.winchesterweighdown.com
The YMCA offered a free class for girls ages 4-17 on Feb. 24 for ballet, acrobatics and dance. Questions should be directed towards Ann Stenzel at the YMCA, and similar classes will be offered in the future.
Transformation Personal Training will be hosting a bodybuilding competition on May 11 at George Rogers Clark High School. The event will have mens and womens events with judging starting at noon, and an evening show starting at 6 p.m. All questions should be directed to Josh Miller at Transformations.
Attending the meeting were Jeff Lewis of the Winchester-Clark County Parks and Recreation Department, Cora Heffner of Community Education/CCPS, Mike Embs of Fitness Solution Gym, Josh Miller of Transformation Personal Training, Rachel Grigsby of Drayer Physical Therapy, Ann Stenzel of the YMCA, Heather Cassill of the Clark County Extension Service, Sara Roberts of Clark Regional Medical Center, Cara O’Neill and Jessica Combs of the Clark County Health Department, Amina Shalash of Winchester Family Practice, Laura Sheehan of Full Circle Market and Winchester Fire-EMS Chief Eric Hunter.
The next Activity Coalition meeting will be 12:30 to 1 p.m. on Monday, March 18, at the College Park Gym. The Coalition will revisit the charge to Complete Streets, and learn more about the + project in Clark County.