American Cancer Society – Content Subscription Service

2115 W 38th St
Erie, PA 16508
Phone: 814-866-5174
Web: www.acsworkplacesolutions.com/contentsubscriptionservice.asp

Description: Through the Content Subscription Service, the American Cancer Society offers employers free electronic toolkit subscriptions that support the health and wellness needs of employees with information about cancer prevention and early detection, and support services and resources for those facing cancer. As an employer, you know that healthy employees live longer, feel better, are more content and productive, require fewer sick days, and help keep health care costs down. Fortunately, your organization has the power to provide your employees with valuable information and resources to help them make healthy lifestyle choices and assist them in staying well and reducing their risk of cancer. THIS SERVICE IS AVAILABLE ONLY TO WORKSITE EMPLOYEES – IT IS NOT AVAILABLE TO THE PUBLIC.


American Cancer Society – Making Strides Against Breast Cancer

2115 W 38th St
Erie, PA 16508
Phone: 814-866-5174
Web: www.makingstrideswalk.org/erie

Description: Help us finish the fight against breast cancer! Form or join a Making Strides Against Breast Cancer team, or volunteer for an event in your community. Sign up now to help raise awareness and funds to end breast cancer. 5K Team Walk Event.

Cost: There is technically no cost for our Strides or Relay events for participants. However, these are fundraising events for the American Cancer Society. The hope is that participants will raise money and/or make a personal donation to the American Cancer Society.


American Cancer Society – Meeting Well

2115 West 38th Street
Erie, PA 16508
Phone: 814-866-5174
Web: https://www.cancer.org/about-us/local/pennsylvania.html

Description: Meeting Well is a guidebook that offers companies healthy food ideas and suggestions for physical activity that energize meeting participants and demonstrate how easy it can be to live a healthier lifestyle every day. Employees often eat one or more of their meals in the workplace. The food your employees eat and the amount of physical activity they get on a daily basis directly impacts their health. By eating well and being active, employees will feel better, have the energy they need to get through their busy workdays, and reduce their risk of chronic diseases, such as cancer, diabetes, and heart disease.


American Cancer Society – Nutrition and Physical Activity Policy Planner

2115 W 38th St
Erie, PA 16508
Phone: 814-866-5174
Web: https://www.cancer.org/about-us/local/pennsylvania.html

Description: The Nutrition and Physical Activity Policy Planner is your tool for quickly assessing your company’s policies, programs, and benefits, and using what you learn to help your employees eat better and be more physically active. We deliver to you a customized, in-depth report to guide you through creating an improved culture of wellness in your company, based on these elements: nutrition recommendations, physical activity recommendations, communications strategies, meetings and conferences, celebrations and fundraisers, and additional obesity-prevention efforts. We also provide an extensive resource library so you will have quick access to resources you need to begin improving your workplace environment. THIS SERVICE IS AVAILABLE ONLY TO WORKSITE EMPLOYEES – IT IS NOT AVAILABLE TO THE PUBLIC.


American Cancer Society – Relay for Life

2115 W 38th St
Erie, PA 16508
Phone: 814-866-5174
Web: https://www.cancer.org/about-us/local/pennsylvania.html

Description: Each year, more than 4 million people in over 20 countries raise much-needed funds and awareness to save lives from cancer through the Relay for Life movement. It is a Team Walk Event.


American Heart Association – Online Programs

4682 Douglas Circle NW
Canton, OH 44718
Phone: 814-572-1391
Web: www.heart.org

My Heart. My Life: American Heart Association’s awareness, prevention, and education program based on incentives around increasing physical activity.

Lunch and Learn: Healthy lunch program aimed at education and prevention in our community.


Bethesda Children’s Home – Summer Recreation Program

462 West 18th Street
Erie, PA 16502
Phone: 814-453-2468

Description: Summer Program Activities will include but are not limited to: Recreational & Sports games/activities, Arts, Horticulture, Age Appropriate Drugs and Alcohol Prevention groups, Anti-bullying groups, Community Outings and Field Trips, Social Skill Building, and Character Development. Bethesda Children’s Home also offers Kids Café for any child who needs breakfast or lunch in the summer and dinner during the school year.


Booker T. Washington – Summer Recreation Program

1720 Holland Street
Erie, PA 16503
Phone: 814-453-5744

Description Program activities appropriate for youth ages 6 to 18.


Boys and Girls Club – Summer Recreation Program

1515 East Lake Road
Erie, PA 16511
Phone: 814-459-1977 Ext. 223

Description: Program activities are age appropriate for children ages 6 to 13. A free breakfast and lunch are served daily for enrolled children. Activities include arts and crafts in different media, social recreation activities (board games, billiards, table tennis), health and fitness (swimming lessons, basketball, flag football, outdoor activities), open swim (supervised with Red Cross certified lifeguards), and field trips.


Camp Notre Dame Overnight Camp

400 Eaton Road
Fairview, PA 16415
Phone: 814-474-5001
Web: www.campnotredame.com

Description: Overnight camps for kids divided into three age groups: 7 through 14 years, 15- and 16-year-olds, and counselor-in-training (age 17). These camps are weekly (Sunday through Friday) starting in June.


City of Erie Parks and Recreation – Junior Golf Program

626 State Street
Erie, PA 16501
Phone: 814-870-1234
Web: http://www.erie.pa.us

Description: Sponsored by the City of Erie, the Junior Golf Program is open to boys and girls between the ages of 9 and 17.


City of Erie Parks and Recreation – Midday Dance Break

626 State Street
Erie, PA 16501
Phone: 814-455-9414

Website: http://www.erie.pa.us

Description: Crime Victim Center (CVC) is pairing with dancer Jennifer Dennehy to bring an interactive art series called “Mid-Day DANCE Break” to the downtown community this summer! The sessions will feature a variety of dance forms, including hoop dance, belly dancing and hip hop, and each will have a theme relating to empowerment, such as Beauty from Within, Finding Strength, and Self-Esteem. Pack a picnic lunch or get take-out from one of the great local-owned restaurants around Perry Square. Bring a chair or a blanket to sit on, but be ready to get up and join in if you like because each session will have an opportunity to interact and learn a bit of the dance as well! Thursdays in the summer from 12PM-1PM, Perry Square.


City of Erie Parks and Recreation – Youth Tennis Program

626 State Street
Erie, PA 16501
Phone: 814-825-8111 Ext. 16

Locations: Burton and Frontier Park. Held Monday, Wednesday, and Friday from June 11th-August 10th.

Website: http://www.erie.pa.us

Times:
Beginners: 10:00am – 11:00am
Intermediates: 11:00am – 12:00pm
Advanced: 12:00pm – 1:00pm


Curves

1511 W 38th Street
Erie, PA 16508
Phone: 814-866-8668
Web: www.curves.com

Description: Fitness center designed for women featuring hydraulic resistance machines, 30 minute workout, and a nutritional program that includes a meal plan. Weekly individual motivational coaching and specific classes for target areas are available. West 38th location has 325 members, nationwide there are 1,600 clubs, and there are also worldwide locations.


Downtown YMCA – Brian Lee Crosby Memorial Learn to Swim Program

31 West 10th Street
Erie, PA 16501
Phone: 814-452-3261

Description: Swim lessons meet three (3) times a week on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday for 2 weeks for a total of six (6) 30 minute classes per session. At the conclusion of the session, a progress report will be given to each child with a recommended level for the next session.

Web: http://www.ymcaerie.org


Downtown YMCA – Day Camp

31 West 10th Street
Erie, PA 16501
Phone: 814-452-3261
Web: www.ymcaerie.org

Description: Y Day Camp is available to kids in first through sixth grade. It offers indoor and outdoor experiences in a wide variety of topics and activities that incorporate healthy living.


Downtown YMCA – Kid’s Club

31 West 10th Street
Erie, PA 16501
Phone: 814-452-3261
Web: www.ymcaerie.org

Description: At the YMCA Kids Club Summer Parks & Recreation Program, kids spend their days taking part in a wide variety of summer play and learning activities while building a healthy spirit, mind and body. Each day, Y staff leads hands-on-activities such a group games, board games, group sports, group fitness and art and music. This year a hula hoop instructor will be visiting each park once a week to teach a “hoop” class. Before they know it, the day is done and they’ve made a new friend. Free summer lunch is served daily. Ages 6-18.


Downtown YMCA – Les Mills Programs

31 West 10th Street
Erie, PA 16501
Phone: 814-452-3261

Description: Group exercise classes.


Downtown YMCA – PLAY Basketball League

31 West 10th Street
Erie, PA 16501
Phone: 814-452-3261

Description: 8 week basketball league for grades 1st-6th where the playoffs are played at Erie Insurance Ice arena.


Downtown YMCA – Port-A-Pool Program

31 West 10th Street
Erie, PA 16501
Phone: 814-452-3261
Web: www.ymcaerie.org

Description: Youth 6-18 years old splash away the summer days at these neighborhood recreational swimming locations. Bathing suits required; no cut-offs. A certified lifeguard is on duty.


Downtown YMCA – Rodger Young Open Swim and Rec Program

31 West 10th Street
Erie, PA 16501
Phone: 814-452-3261
Web: www.ymcaerie.org

Description: A summer of fun is in store for youth at the YMCA’s Rodger Young Pool Open Swim & Recreation Program. Kids 6-18 enjoy bouncing from recreational swimming to lawn games, board games, and group sports and then back to the pool to cool off! Youth must be registered by a parent or legal guardian before participating in activities. Proof of age is required for 6 year olds and may be requested for others. Bathing suits required. Free summer lunch is served daily for youth through age 18.


Downtown YMCA – Teen Camp

31 West 10th Street
Erie, PA 16501
Phone: 814-452-3261
Web: www.ymcaerie.org

Description: Y Teen Camp is available to teens between the ages of 12 and 18 and offers leadership opportunities, team building activities and volunteer work.


Elk Creek Recreation

10140 Ridge Road
Girard, PA 16417
Phone: 814-774-3519
Web: www.girardtownship.com/#!program/cfvg

The Elk Creek Recreation and Leisure Board coordinates and facilitates programs for youth and adults who reside in Girard Township and the surrounding area. A wide variety of programs are offered including basketball leagues, soccer leagues, dance, gymnastics, swimming lessons, and swim teams, as well as special events such as Winterfest and National Night Out. Programs may change during the year, so it is best to check the website for any additions or changes.

Services:

Gator Swim Team: This program focuses on all levels of swimming, from beginner to advanced. Athletes will be able to foster a foundation for the sport, the importance of technique, as well as a sense of competition. The goal of our program is to provide a fun experience for kids, while keeping them active and involved.

Golf Lessons: Classes are introductory and are tailored to each person’s skill level. Each session has four classes that cover Driving (woods), Irons, Chipping, & Putting.

Little Gridders Cheerleading: Whether a beginner or experienced, this program will offer the opportunity to learn new cheers and develop new skills in the areas of jumps, teamwork, and coordination, while at the same time building self-confidence and encouraging the development of outgoing personality and leadership skills in a positive fun-filled atmosphere.

Soccer Camp: On each camp day, players will cover a specific technical skill. The goal of each topic is to introduce, refine, and master the skill. Skills include: dribbling, turns, receiving, passing, and shooting techniques.

Summer Swim Lessons: Learn to swim.

Tennis Lessons:

  • 11 years and older: Learn fundamentals of tennis including forehand, backhand, groundstrokes, volleys, and serve. Both singles and doubles strategy.
  • 10 years and under: Learn the game in a fun environment, play lots of games, and learn the fundamentals using some USTA quick start tools and equipment.

Yoga: Come learn the basics of a yoga practice. Poses for the body, breathing, and relaxation for the mind. Please bring mat.


Erie County Department of Health – Erie Walks

606 W. 2nd Street
Erie, PA 16507
Phone: 814-451-6547
Web: www.eriewalks.org

Description: Physical Activity competition that pits downtown Erie businesses against each other to see who has the highest total average day’s active.


Erie County Department of Health – Let’s Move Outside

606 W. 2nd Street
Erie, PA 16507
Phone: 814-451-6700
Web: www.letsmoveoutside.org

Description: Recreation trail program that explores the art, history, and nature of Erie County.


Erie County Department of Health – Smoke Free Multi-Unit Housing

606 W. 2nd Street
Erie, PA 16507
Phone: 814-451-7871

Description: In this program, we hope to create 100% Smoke Free Tobacco Policies for Multi-Unit Housing. We aid and assist the building owners and/or managers in this process and we hold meetings with building tenants regarding the dangers of secondhand smoke.


Erie Insurance – Healthy Directions

100 Erie Insurance Place
Erie, PA 16530
Phone: 814-870-2624

Description: Healthy Directions is a wellness program to enhance employees and their families with initiatives to become and remain healthy. THIS SERVICE IS AVAILABLE ONLY TO WORKSITE EMPLOYEES AND THEIR DEPENDENTS – IT IS NOT AVAILABLE TO THE PUBLIC.


Fairview Township Parks and Recreation

7471 McCray Road
Fairview Township, PA 16415
Phone: 814-474-5077
Web: www.fairviewtownship.com/programs

Fairview Township provides programs for its residents. A wide variety of programs are offered including basketball, tennis, swimming, photography, and Qi Gong as well as special events such as Free Movie Night in the Park. Programs may change during the year, so it is best to check the website for any additions or changes.

 


Fitness U

2312 West 15th Street
Erie, PA 16505
Phone: (814) 459-3033
Web: www.fitnesserie.com


Glenwood Walking Through Winter

Glenwood United Methodist Church
2931 Myrtle Street
Erie, PA 16508
Phone: 814-459-8163

Description: It runs from the beginning of January to the end of March on Tuesday and Thursday from 10:00 am to 11:30 am (time may change to 9:30-11:00, call for more information).

People walk at their own pace. We have music, refreshments, and snacks. Nice clean place to exercise and to socialize as wanted when Mother Nature is pounding at the door. No commitment is required. An average of 16 usually participate, but as many as 25 have walked.


Glenwood YMCA – Dance and Cheer Camp

3727 Cherry Street
Erie, PA 16508
Phone: 814-868-0867
Web: http://www.ymcaerie.org

Description: Y Dance and Cheer Camp explores the various types of dance as well as basics of cheerleading and is available to kids ages 5 and older.


Harborcreek Youth Services – Campus Ministry

5712 Iroquois Avenue
Harborcreek, PA 16421
Phone: 814-899-7664 ext. 319
Fax: 814-899-3075
Website: www.hys-erie.org/

Description:
Campus Ministry offers religious services, publications, clergy, spiritual advisors for counseling and spiritual development.


Highmark – Running 101

717 State Street
Erie, PA 16501

Description: Running 101 is a free, 10-week physical activity program that provides the tools and support to help beginner runners train and complete their first 5K race. The progressive training approach provides weekly emails and step-by step training to guide participants in building confidence and physical endurance. The program can be completed online. Registration is open from April 1st-September 30th and is available at http://bit.ly/HighmarkRunning101.


Kid’s Club – Co-Ed Biddy Basketball Camp

Rodger Young Park
Intersection of Buffalo Road and Downing Avenue
Erie, PA 16510
Phone: 814-456-6558

Description: Biddy Basketball Camp is for young boys and girls who wish to learn the basics about dribbling, passing, and shooting the right way. The fundamentals will be taught by men and women who have played and coached the game and who realize what it takes. This is a learning camp with lots of fun.


Millcreek Township Parks and Recreation

3608 West 26th Street
Erie, Pennsylvania 16506
Phone: 814-835-4122
Web: www.millcreektownship.com/Residents/ParksandRecreation.aspx

Millcreek Township provides programs for its residents. A wide variety of programs are offered including swimming, gymnastics, dance, yoga, arts and crafts, golf, tennis, and physical fitness for adults including tai chi and zumba. Programs may change during the year, so it is best to check the website for any additions or changes.

Services:

Adult Aerobics: The following programs are for persons 18 years or older, or anyone aged 14 – 17 who attends class accompanied by a participating adult. Wear comfortable clothes and sneakers with good support. Bring a mat, towel, or a small blanket for floor work. You may also want to bring a water bottle and light weights. Kettlebell, Pilates mat work, muscle conditioning, circuit step aerobics, and stability ball workout available.

Intro to Qi Gong: Qi Gong (chee-kung) is an ancient healing art from China. The art consists of very slow and gentle movements. It will restore and increase your energy, reduce anxiety, improve balance, and help you maintain a healthy active lifestyle.

Intro to Tai Chi: Tai Chi is an ancient Chinese martial art. Today it is practiced as an exercise that promotes the flow of “Chi” or energy in the body, leading to good health, good balance, and a positive mental outlook. Advanced class is for students who have learned the 111 postures of the Yang style form.

Jazz and Tap Dancing: Beginner jazz and broadway. Beginner tap available.

Kickboxing: Kickboxing, which combines elements of boxing, martial arts, and aerobics. Provides overall physical conditioning. Reduce stress, increase strength, and build muscle tone. An exercise mat and light weights are recommended.

Self Defense: Teaches the student how to use muscle moving techniques to disbalance an attacker and redirect his aggression. A non-forceful method.

Social Ballroom Dancing: A partner is required for all of these programs except Line Dance. Please wear comfortable clothes and dancing shoes. Beginner American and Latin, Beginner Line Dance, Intermediate Line Dance, Intermediate American and Latin offered.

Water Exercise: Adult water exercise in the McDowell Intermediate pool.

Yoga: A gentle form of yoga for those with limited flexibility using seated and standing poses. Maintain joint mobility and stretch and strengthen the body, using the chair for support. Yoga mat required. A multi-level format for beginners or for experienced students to strengthen their current practice. Posture, breath work, and guided relaxation. Yoga mat/block/strap recommended.

Youth Dance: Dance and ballet classes are held at Asbury Barn for eight weeks. Parents of 3- and 4-year-olds must wait on the first floor of the barn while classes are taking place on the second floor.

Zumba: Combines high energy and motivating Latin music that allows you to dance away your worries, and it’s a great sweat! You DO NOT need a partner for Zumba nor do you need dance experience. Look, feel, live better and join the dance party!


Quantum Balance Erie – Qigong

Renaissance Center, 1001 State Street, 2nd floor
Erie, PA 16501
Phone: 814-431-3367
Web: www.quantumbalanceerie.com

Description: Qigong is a simple form of moving meditation. These classes are suitable for both the beginner and the advanced student. Qigong is a practice which develops over time. The beginning student may be working strictly on general gentle movement where an advanced student working on the same posture may be focusing on relaxing a targeted muscle group or moving energy in a very specific way. No prior experience necessary and all levels of fitness are easily accommodated.


Spoon’s Summer Youth Basketball League

Web: http://spoonsleague.org/

Phone: 814-455-5217

Spoon’s Summer Youth Basketball League provides an opportunity for boys and girls of Erie PA, and its surrounding areas, to play organized recreational basketball on a weekly basis throughout the months of June and July. The goals of the program are to increase each player’s knowledge of the rules and basic game strategies, to develop team and individual skills, and for our kids to have fun while learning basketball.


St. Vincent Center for Nutrition and Diabetes

145 West 23rd Street, Suite 302
Erie, PA 16502
Phone: 814-452-7354

Services:

Bariatric Support Group: A monthly support group for patients who have had bariatric surgery. Held the last Tuesday of the month at 5:30 p.m.

Diabetes Self-Management Training and Education: Physician ordered education and training services.

Tritrition Therapy: Physician-ordered nutrition therapy services.


The WAY to Healthy Living

11229 East Law Road
North East, PA 16428
Phone: 814-450-6841
Web: http://thewaytohealthyliving.net

Services:

Corporate or Group Wellness Programs: The WAY to Healthy Living provides dynamic programs that address the many facets that influence our ability to feel well and adopt good habits. Available to corporations and other groups these programs are tailored to be identifiable with and meet the needs of the participants for impact.

R.E.A.L. Wellness: Selina Uglow, LPN, CPT has joined forces with Chef Billy Kuntz, ShopChopCook to educate and inspire individuals to return to their kitchen for good health measures in a dynamic and comprehensive six week program. The program addresses the “why” behind our choices in life and provides simple ways to incorporate small things in daily life that make big changes.
Each week covers a different focus to encourage small and simple changes in daily life for the adoption of a healthier lifestyle overall. Daily coaching helps to individualize this program by providing motivation and opportunity for support where needed in order to see the program to success.

Total Body Fitness for Everyone: Individualized exercise program instructed by Selina Uglow, LPN, CPT within a group setting that allows the opportunity for anyone interested in becoming more active to do it while reducing risk and enjoying themselves. Classes are offered in two locations for convenience.

Without using a lot of additional equipment, the base building exercises can be incorporated into day to day living for maximum benefits. Individuals who have a history of injury or pain receive particular attention from a neuromuscular nurse including modifications to reduce the risk of re-injury or exacerbation. Results can be seen in as little as four classes.

Wellness Coaching: Adopting a healthier lifestyle, weeding through all of the information that is available, figuring out how it fits into your lifestyle, and seeing it through is often extremely difficult for individuals to manage. Selina Uglow, LPN, CPT has come from 248 pounds to successfully maintaining a healthier lifestyle without drastic changes, sacrificing, and crazy exercises. Through her coaching services, she not only shows people how to do the same, she becomes their biggest cheerleader with daily support, weekly exercise, and sharing of various resources in nutrition, cooking, finance, attitude & positive perception, social services, etc so that individuals can succeed in moving towards optimal wellness.

Individuals who are seeking change don’t often follow through because of the various factors that come into play including family, expectations, support, etc. Working with a wellness coach helps adjust attitudes, change commitments and keep people motivated to adopt healthier habits in their real life situation. Coaching Services are based upon the Bread N’ Butter of Wellness; Balance, Rest, Exercise, Attitude & Diet.


UPMC Hamot – Cardiopulmonary Rehab

3330 Peach Street
Erie, PA 16508
Phone: 814-877-5608

Description: Whether you have been diagnosed with heart disease, chronic lung disease, or are recovering from a heart procedure or heart attack, this service will improve the quality of your life through monitored (EKG) exercise, nutrition coaching and education. Cardiopulmonary rehab is covered by health insurance.


UPMC Hamot – Dr. Dean Ornish Program to Reverse Heart Disease

3330 Peach Street
Erie, PA 16508
Phone: 814-877-5481

Description: Comprehensive program to treat and potentially reverse severe disease processes such as heart disease, diabetes, hypertension, and obesity through lifestyle change. The program provides on-site education and training in exercise, nutrition, psychosocial support, and stress management.


UPMC Hamot Center for Healthy Living

3330 Peach Street, Suite 211
Erie, PA 16508
Phone: 814-877-5481

Services:

Health Coaching: Would you like to feel better on a daily basis? If you haven’t been able to improve your lifestyle and health by yourself, then perhaps it’s time to get a health coach. Common reasons for seeking health coaching include menopause management, nutrition guidance and advice on vitamins. This service is not covered by health insurance.

Medical Nutrition Therapy: Many people struggle with eating a balanced diet. This service provides children and adults with one-on-one outpatient appointments with a Registered Dietitian. From high cholesterol to digestive disorders to obesity, the goal is to manage a variety of medical conditions through proper nutrition. Medical Nutrition Therapy is reimbursed by health insurance. We will co-ordinate the referral with your doctor’s office and verify coverage with your insurance company.

Worksite Wellness and Executive Therapy: The goal of this service is to improve the health profile of area businesses. This is achieved by on-site health screenings, wellness programs, health coaching and executive physicals.

Yoga, Wellness Programs, and Health Screenings: From yoga to nutrition classes to health screenings, these programs are designed to help you take better care of yourself and to detect medical issues early.


WellFit Incorporated – Wellsville

P.O. Box 1358
Erie, PA 16512
Phone: 814-459-1849

Services:

Weekly Wellsville TV Show: The weekly award-winning TV show, Wellsville, is the first-of-its-kind combining education and entertainment (“edu-tainment”) to inspire and empower kids and families to L.E.A.P. – learn, embrace and actively practice healthy living. Segments feature get-off-your seat activities, healthy eating and recipes, zoo visits, healthy heroes, and fun interviews with physicians and a variety of experts in a various fields. Wellsville features Wellsville kids and parents who represent people of all shapes, sizes, ages, colors and abilities. The fun activities and empowering messages of Wellsville make for can’t-miss Saturday morning TV on FOX 66.

Wellsville Community Events: We pack up our wares and travel all over our community, at business fairs, summer celebrations, service organization meetings, schools … you name it, we go there to put on energizing, entertaining shows, workshops and presentations to help educate and empower others to eat better, move more and feel good. Wellsville utilizes radio and TV spots to educate and motivate folks to obtain optimal health. You can watch and listen to these spots on the Wellsville website. We take a “better together” approach to all that we do with a goal of reaching one family, one child at a time.

Wellsville DVD Series: These DVDs for home and school viewing and participation take elements of our school program and TV show and put them together for the keeping. Movement, recipes, motivation, music and energy mark the segments that teach kids to feel good about themselves and others and as a result take care of their bodies well so their bodies take care of them in the future. These DVDs are available on the website listed below.

Wellsville Goes to School: This is a high-energy school assembly and classroom program that educates and motivates kids in kindergarten through third grade to eat well, move more, and feel good. Having reached thousands of kids over many years, it also has trained student leaders of middle and high school age to present the WGTS program in a classroom setting. On average, 2,500 to 3,000 students participate in this program annually.


Whole Foods Cooperative

1341 West 26th Street
Erie, PA 16502
Phone: 814-456-0282
Web: www.wfcerie.com

Description: Whole Foods Co-op is a natural foods grocery and wellness store with the addition and benefit of having a wonderful Cafe and Bakery. We take pride in our ability to provide stellar customer service and our commitment to the local economy. Currently, there are 6,500 member owners and thousands of customers.


YMCA of Greater Erie

31 West 10th Street
Erie, PA 16501

Phone: 814-452-3261
Web: www.ymcaerie.org

Locations: https://www.ymcaerie.org