Mayor’s Council On Healthy Lifestyles To Host Community Resource Fair Celebrating The 20th Anniversary Of The Trace

mayorcouncilhealthlifeThe Covington Mayor’s Council on Healthy Lifestyles (MCOHL) is pleased to announce their participation in the Tammany Trace 20th Anniversary Celebration – Saturday, November 1st. MCOHL will be hosting a free “Community Resource Fair” at the Covington Trailhead, 419 N. New Hampshire Street, 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. The event is free in conjunction with the Trace anniversary celebration and the community is encouraged to attend. The MCOHL event will provide valuable information on available community resources for all ages through education, demonstrations, and activities related to healthy lifestyles. Exhibitors in the fair will be health professionals and businesses from the local community.

“The Mayor’s Council on Healthy Lifestyles has received an enthusiastic response from our business community with over 20 registered participants. This Resource Fair will serve to encourage healthy living as a way of life in our City,” Mayor Mike Cooper.

Covington businesses are invited to partner with MCOHL. Businesses interested in participating can email, or contact Becky Gelatt at (985) 893-8834 or Sandy Matthews at (985) 871-6036.

Tammany Trace 20th Anniversary Celebration Saturday November 1st

Come Celebrate the 20th Anniversary of the Tammany Trace. Whatever your style, the Trace Anniversary Celebration has it, with fun for the whole family. This moving celebration kicks-off in the morning on Saturday, November 1st and will travel through each of the Trailheads. Along the way, you will experience music, art, food, dancing and more fun for the whole family. Don’t forget to grab your passport, visitors who make it to each Trailhead will be entered into a special drawing! To find out more about the event, call 985-898-3011.

Covington events begin at 8 am with the Covington Farmer’s Market at the 600 block of Columbia Street. The Covington Trailhead presents a musical performance by We 3 to accompany the St. Tammany Art Association’s Art Market, and the Mayor’s Council on Healthy Lifestyles hosts a resource fair with participating businesses. Tours of the Covington Brewhouse will be available, along with a chance to register for a Grand Prize! Don’t miss the Kick Off Ceremonies with Parish President Pat Brister and Covington Mayor Mike Cooper at 10 am (at the trailhead.)

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