You’re invited to be a part of the excitement of Woodbury THRIVES and attend “Coffee, Tea & Walk for Free!” a community event for ages 55+.
“This will be a great opportunity to gather together and get to know your neighbors,” said Laura Fairweather, Team Leader, Woodbury Thrives Social Connectedness and Inclusiveness Committee. “Woodbury THRIVES goal is to make Woodbury the best place to live and work in the country, now and in the future.”
“Coffee, Tea & Walk for Free!” will be held on Thursday, June 29, at the HealthEast Sports Center (formerly Bielenberg Sports Center), 4125 Radio Drive in Woodbury (at Rodeo Drive & Bailey Road):
6:00 – 9:00 am Join your friends for a FREE Senior Walk in the field house.
8:00-10:00 am Enjoy good conversations, FREE coffee, tea, treats, FREE raffle & prizes.
This event is made possible thanks for generous donations by AARP, City of Woodbury, Dorothy Ann Bakery, Dunn Brothers Coffee, HealthEast Care System, Islamic Society of Woodbury-East Metro, Summit Orthopedics, Trader Joe’s, Woodbury Community Foundation, Woodbury THRIVES and Whole Foods Market.
Woodbury THRIVES is a grassroots community effort by community members and organizations collaborating together to create a healthy place to live. The founders of the initiative have included the City of Woodbury, Washington County, Woodbury Area Chamber of Commerce, Woodbury Community Foundation, HealthEast and more than 30 other Woodbury organizations from all across our community.
Woodbury THRIVES is initially focused on three key areas including: Physical Inactivity/Growing Obesity, Mental Health/Stress Relief, and Lack of Social Connectedness/Need to Be More Inclusive. For information, visit Woodbury THRIVES Facebook by CLICKING HERE!