Oct 14Lions and Tigers and Art….Oh My!
Every summer, the Feel Better Challenge offers a nine-week program of fitness and physical activity, health and nutrition education, and community activities. More than 100 residents and staff from 12 Mercy Housing Lakefront communities participated
in the challenge, now in its 11th year.
Many did a 5K walk to the Weinberg/Newton Gallery, where residents then took a guided tour of the Key Change exhibit before creating personal souvenirs.
In addition to art, residents participated in musical activities at our Rhythm & Hues event, while others beat the Lake Michigan heat at the Lincoln Park Zoo. The Challenge culminated in a celebration at McGuane Park with games, awards, and other activities. Congratulations to all participants.
We look forward to continuing to offer activities and events that encourage, connect, and engage residents, their neighbors, and their communities to Feel Better.
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