Join us for a Zumba evening full of lots of fun and dancing at the Arnold Recreation Center! A portion of the proceeds to benefit Arnold Relay for Life.
Thursday, April 18, 2013
Monday, March 5, 2012
Jefferson County residents found much wanted support and solutions for friends and neighbors who have disabilities.
More than 600 people from Arnold and Jefferson County attended the All-Abilities Expo, at the Fox C-6 Service Center at 849 Jeffco Blvd., on Saturday. Arnold Commission Chairman Bill Knittng said, in an email to ArnoldPatch, that was the largest crowd of people to attend the expo. All the people came to find support and answers for people living with disabilities. The St. Louis Rams Cheerleaders, grade school cheerleaders and a Zumba instructor were just a few of the groups who appeared at Saturday's event to motivate and support people attending the event. Editor's Note: This article has been amended to include an estimate of the number of people attending the event.
Sunday, January 1, 2012
Patch takes a cold, hard look at the data on obesity and what it can mean for your health. Plus, we provide tips for boosting your fitness factor.
Every year, people make a New Year's resolution to lose weight. It's no wonder, considering statistics show that more than half of all Americans are considered overweight or obese. Data from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) shows Missourians are collectively getting fatter each year. The facts The voice of experience St. Louis County resident Sandy York said she lost 50 pounds over two years, going from 198 to 146. “I know it sounds trite, but I just exercised and watched what I ate,” York said. “I found out after the fact that stairs are not only good cardio, but will also help stabilize your core, leading to a flatter stomach.” York said she occasionally does push-ups and sit-ups on a stability ball, and she tries to…