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OCO ‘Walk the Bottom Line’ Event Encourages A Healthy Lifestyle

OCO will host “Walk the Bottom Line” on June 3. Pictured wearing the commemorative T-shirt that is available free to the first 25 registrants, are from left: Coordinator of OCO’s IMPACT Program and the Rural Health Network Leanna Cleveland, OCO Cancer Services Program Coordinator Carolyn Handville, and OCO Cancer Services Program Assistant Christina Wallace.

OCO will host “Walk the Bottom Line” on June 3. Pictured wearing the commemorative T-shirt that is available free to the first 25 registrants, are from left: Coordinator of OCO’s IMPACT Program and the Rural Health Network Leanna Cleveland, OCO Cancer Services Program Coordinator Carolyn Handville, and OCO Cancer Services Program Assistant Christina Wallace.

FULTON, NY – Oswego County Opportunities Cancer Services Program and IMPACT Program, in collaboration with a number of local health and fitness related organizations invite you to “Walk the Bottom Line” to raise awareness of colon cancer and ways to help prevent it.

OCO will host “Walk the Bottom Line” on June 3. Pictured wearing the commemorative T-shirt that is available free to the first 25 registrants, are from left: Coordinator of OCO’s IMPACT Program and the Rural Health Network Leanna Cleveland, OCO Cancer Services Program Coordinator Carolyn Handville, and OCO Cancer Services Program Assistant Christina Wallace.
OCO will host “Walk the Bottom Line” on June 3. Pictured wearing the commemorative T-shirt that is available free to the first 25 registrants, are from left: Coordinator of OCO’s IMPACT Program and the Rural Health Network Leanna Cleveland, OCO Cancer Services Program Coordinator Carolyn Handville, and OCO Cancer Services Program Assistant Christina Wallace.

The event will be held June 3, from noon to 3 p.m. at Bullhead Point in Fulton and is free for all ages.

In addition to the 1.7-mile walk along the Lake Neatahwanta Nature Trail there will be a number of family friendly activities, demonstrations and health related information available throughout the afternoon from the following organizations and businesses.

OCO Cancer Services Program–
Information on Cancer Screenings

Oswego County Opportunities —
Health Education

Cornell Cooperative Extension of Oswego County —
Nutrition Education – (Smoothie Bike)

Zumba with Noelle —
Dance exercise

Zumba fitness with Faye —
Dance exercise

OCO —
Insurance Programs

Oswego County Health Department —
Smoothie Bike, Nutrition, Physical Activity

Oswego Health —
Blood Pressure Testing, Health and Nutrition Education

Healing Arts Studio & North Coast Yoga —
Yoga

Ways to Wellness —
Information on Stress Management

Andrea Backus, Independent Beachbody Coach —
Healthy Eating and Exercise

Oswego County Ambulance Service —
Emergency Services Education

Person to Person: Citizen Advocacy —
Volunteer services working with the Developmentally Disabled

Food Bank of Central New York —
SNAP Outreach and Education (food stamps)

Catholic Charities —
Free summer cloth give-away

For more information and to register to attend contact Carolyn Handville or Christina Wallace at 315-592-0830 or visit www.ocoorg/health-services/cancer-services.org.