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The Holiday 2006 newsletter, print version

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Dear DHHS Employee,

So many of our holiday memories are created around food, and we arenít saying that shouldnít be the case. But, this special newsletter is designed to get you thinking about holidays and food in a different light.

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Holiday Challenge


Dear DHHS Employee,

So many of our holiday memories are created around food, and we arenít saying that shouldnít be the case. But, this special newsletter is designed to get you thinking about holidays and food in a different light.

It gives you holiday tips to get more active and to eat healthier. This yearís holiday memories can be made of more than just heavy casseroles and couch potato television sessions. I hope this information enriches you and your familyís holiday experience.

It also includes information about a wonderful new program in the Division of Public Health Ė the Eat Smart, Move More holiday challenge. That programís slogan says it all Ė maintain donít gain this holiday season. I plan to participate in the challenge and I hope all of you will also consider taking the challenge. You can do so by going to www.MyEatSmartMoveMore.com.

Enjoy this holiday season the Eat Smart, Move More way.


Sincerely,

Carmen Hooker Odom

 

 

   

 

 
 

 

 

 

 

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