I’ve never been one for New Year’s Resolutions, but I realize that the start of a new year is a
by John Lynch One year after launching Lexington Family Magazine in 1997, I entered the Sandwich Generation. Our son Jack
Courtney Helped Improve Food, Fitness Culture
One day in 1969, as a 13-year-old in Louisville, Anita Courtney opened her school lunch and thought, “That’s enough!”
I stepped on the scale this morning and learned that I have lost 10 pounds since the start of our Fit Family Challenge.
It’s now official – straight from the desk of Mayor Jim Gray – this is the FIT FAMILY CHALLENGE SUMMER.
If you take the Fit Family Challenge, you’re going to have work at two things – getting in shape and trying hard to avoid winning a cool prize.
It’s time to sign up for the 2016 Lexington Family Magazine Fit Family Challenge, and if you’re like me you’re both excited and worried.
Excited because I always dream I can get back into the kind of shape I was in high school when I played sports 24/7.
Imagine a high school in Lexington with a cutting edge magnet program – wellness – where students can prepare for health-care fields, and where fitness and good nutrition are school priorities.