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Entries by Carrie Browne
Healthier Jupiter joined Jupiter Elementary and the American Heart Association Teaching Gardens Manager Barbara Bogart on May 12th to celebrate the Harvest of their teaching garden. The children were given samples of a Kale & Apple salad. A majority of the children sampled the salad and were excited to receive an”I tried it” sticker. The […]
The Greater Jupiter community walks together to support a healthy lifestyle. March 12th, Healthier Jupiter hosted the first Healthier Jupiter Walk & Talk. The topic was the Abacoa Greenways system. Our speakers Sam Payson, Staff Biologist, Northern Palm Beach County Improvement District, and Corey & Dom, volunteers from the Jupiter High School Environmental Research and Field […]
El Sol members and workers participated in a Healthier Jupiter focus group to discuss possible solutions for diabetes and other health problems facing the Jupiter community. This community initiative brings together neighborhood leaders and residents, listens carefully to their needs and provides financial support and resources to help the neighborhood make positive, healthy changes. Through this focus […]
Carrie Browne recently joined Healthier Jupiter as project director. She will work with the steering committee to set the vision for their work, develop strategic goals and implement plans. Carrie brings strong strategic planning, team building and marketing skills to Healthier Jupiter. In the coming months, she will be charged with engaging additional community members […]
Jupiter Medical Center has been hosting planning meetings for Healthier Jupiter for many months. In February, a group of collaborating partners officially approved Jupiter Medical Center to receive the first of five $200,000 grants to be used on behalf of the community over the next five years. The grant will be used to support the […]