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Bike Fit Clinic THIS Saturday!

Saturday 3/13 from 5-6 PM
Bike Fit Clinic with Vincent Baylerian, PT, DPT
Certified Level 2 Clinical BikeFit Pro

Learn about how bike fitting can improve your cycling — become more efficient, gain power, and reduce discomfort. Vinnie will do a presentation, and there will be time for a Q&A session. You’ll also receive a coupon for a discounted Bike Fit at Pro-Motion Physical Therapy.

Pre-registration is required! Sign up HERE.
Only a few spots remaining!
Cost: $20

This is a socially distanced event and masks are required. It will be held in the new H.U.B. (Hometown Upstart Business) Incubator; enter through the third door.

Congratulations, Neal Glazebrook, Hometown’s Ride Coordinator!

Livingston County United Way announced the 2020 Volunteer of the Year Awards yesterday. We’re excited to share that Neal was awarded the Charles W. Itsell Volunteer of the Year! This award recognizes an individual whose commitment to the Livingston County United Way and the health and human service needs of our community during the past year goes far “above and beyond” typical volunteerism. 

Thank you, Neal, and all of the other award recipients, for your selflessness and love for community.

Great Lake-to-Lake Summit: You’re invited!

Michigan Trails & Greenways Alliance is the statewide voice for non-motorized trail users, helping people build, connect and promote trails.

They invite you to join in a virtual Great Lake-to-Lake Trail Summit on Wednesday, March 24 from 1-2:30 PM. Learn about exciting advances on the Great Lake-to-Lake Trail Route #1. See the route HERE.

To be part of the Summit, sign up HERE!

Women’s Entrepreneurship Series

Thursday, March 25 from 6-8 PM
Health & Wellness Industry Forum

In this panel-style Q&A program, you’ll hear from business veterans – hailing from different sectors of the Health & Wellness industry – regarding obstacles, opportunities, and business operations that got them to where they are today.

Meet our panelists:

All of our programs are for local women in business or starting a business. Our women-only environment provides support, inspiration, and education. We believe that entrepreneurship is a mindset, not a title, so ownership is not a prerequisite. Passion for learning, creativity, and growth IS!

You will receive:

  • Entry into Health & Wellness forum
  • Giveaways
  • Entry into Door Prize drawing (two winners at every event!)
  • Resource-packed PDF guide bursting with paradigm-shifting books, videos, and links to take your learning to the next level!
  • A chance to network with professionals and peers

There are only 12 spots remaining for this event, so get yours early at our special introductory rate of $15. Masks are required and pandemic protocols will be maintained. Your well-being — business and health — is our top priority!To register for this event, click HERE.

Contact Leslie Barrett or Dawn Bhajan with any questions: thehubwomen@gmail.com.

Save the Date!

3rd Annual Do It For Dan Ride
Island Lake Recreation Area
Sunday, May 2, 2021 at 3 PM

For updates and to support the Daniel J. Horal Family Foundation, click HERE.

Fitness Classes are BACK!

Zumba with Leslie Barrett
Mondays at 6 PM

$10 drop-in; 10-class punch cards are available.
Pre-registration is required. Contact michiganzumbagirl@outlook.com for more info or visit her Facebook page.

Cardio Drumming with Martha Soraruf
Wednesdays at 6 PM and Saturdays at 8:45 AM

$5 drop-in
Bring your own equipment; there is no equipment rental at this time.
Pre-registration is required. Visit PURE Fitness and Nutrition for more info.

Did you know?

Go-Liv-Cois a Facebook page devoted to non-motorized transportation in Livingston County. 149 members and growing! 

Consider joining and sharing what this group is doing to improve active mobility. Whether you go on a walk, go on a bike ride, go on a run, or go push a stroller or a wheelchair, they’re promoting active mobility for all ages and abilities. 

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