One-Mile Walk Highlights Wellness Works @ PSU Event

May 20th, 2009 by Adam

PLYMOUTH, N.H.-
Nearly 50 staff and faculty of Plymouth State University participated in the National Employee Health and Fitness Day May 20.

Health Walk
PSU faculty and staff participate in National Employee Health and Fitness Day with a one-mile walk around Plymouth

The walk around the town of Plymouth was organized by Wellness Works @ PSU, as part of a nationwide event sponsored by National Association for Health and Fitness, which was created to promote the benefits of physical activity for individuals through their work site health promotion activities.

Initiated this year by PSU President Sara Jayne Steen, Wellness Works @ PSU works to promote, educate, support and improve the wellness of all faculty and staff at Plymouth State University.

Founded in 1989, National Employee Health and Fitness Day have enlisted tens of thousands of participants from employers around the world.

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