Success Stories

Taking Healthy to a Higher Level

The goal of this initiative is to reduce the onset of obesity and certain diseases by teaching principles of healthy eating and encouraging physical activity. Nearly a year ago, Pastor Ron Stelzer at Our Savior Lutheran Church and School elected to ...

A fun and exciting day to kick off the Walking/Activity Challenge

Freezing temperatures outside did not hinder the congregation members of the Community Nazarene Church in Wyandanch from making the choice to be more physically active. After Sunday services this afternoon, nearly 24 people participated in their ...

Employee Wellness Program Inspires Healthy Lifestyle

Rogers Memorial Library, Southampton. In January 2017, Cornell Cooperative Extension (CCE) of Suffolk County Eat Smart New York Long Island (ESNYLI) welcomed the Rogers Memorial Library as a healthy partner agency.

Walking Your Way to Good Health

Worksite Wellness: Central Islip Walking Club. Eat Smart New York Long Island (ESNYLI) nutrition educator, Amy Bly, in partnership with the Central Islip (CI) Public Library and Stony Brook medicine has successfully started a worksite wellness ...

Cultivating a Healthy Culture of Wellness

Long Term Focus On Health And Physical Activity. One never knows the impact that will be realized down the road by taking small steps to foster a healthy work environment.

What A Difference Food Demonstration and Tastings Make

Last Spring, I contacted Pamela Bicket, the Springs food pantry director of operations. This pantry serves on average between 140-150 families per year within the Springs School District, East Hampton.

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