Team Decatur: Time to Train

Michelle from Decatur Jazzercise kept us moving and smiling!

Yesterday’s Team Decatur and Get Active! Atlanta Kickoff Event was so much fun! We did Jazzercise, Afridancercise, and NIA Dance. There was a lot of information on staying fit and healthy in the Health Expo, and we tried to stay cool after all this exercise by standing by the Fire Department’s Misting Trailer.

Time to Train!
So, now it is time to start training for the Kaiser Permanente Corporate 5K in September. A few of us began this morning wtih a brisk walk around Decatur beginning at Beacon Hill Center.  Join us for one or all of the FREE walk or run training sessions: visit www.decaturga.com/teamdecatur for the training schedule.

Mayor Bill Floyd and Jeff Galloway welcomed attendees and talked about the importance of staying fit and healthy.

Register for Team Decatur!
If you haven’t already done so, be sure to register for the KP Corporate Run/walk 5k. Be sure to select Team Decatur from the drop down list. Click here to register.

Afridancercise was lots of fun! You can take classes at Beacon Hill on Mondays and Wednesdays.

Attendees learned NIA Dance from the ladies at Decatur Healing Arts.

Join the Ride to the Capitol

Join Mayor Bill Floyd and Commissioner Fred Boykin on Tuesday, March 22 on their “Ride to the Capitol”. The Metro Atlanta Mayors Association will co-sponsor the 6th annual “Georgia Rides to the Capitol” event to raise support for the development of a regional scale bicycle network of both on-road facilities and multi-use trails, and cycling connections focused around major transit facilities, activity centers and schools.

Many metro mayors will join Mayor Floyd and Commissioner Boykin for the free ride leaving from the East Lake MARTA Station in Decatur at 10:45 am.

For more information and to register, visit www.georgiaridestothecapitol.org.

Mayor Floyd Plants a Tree

This morning, Mayor Floyd joined Greg Levine and volunteers from Trees Atlanta and the Nalley Tree Campaign to plant trees at the Decatur Cemetery and at Glenlake Park. Over 100 trees were planted along the stream bank, in the cemetery and other areas around the park.

Even the youngsters helped out with tree planting!