Lebanon Reporter

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February 28, 2014

Working toward a safer and more active city with more exercise in daily routines

The Indiana State Department of Health and statewide coalition Health by Design worked with around 30 members of the public Wednesday, discussing how the city of Lebanon can become a more active community.

The meeting was a delayed portion of the Active Living Workshop, held earlier this month. The workshop was provided to the city by a grant it received earlier this year, but the public meeting portion was postponed due to weather. The state agencies came back Wednesday to hold the meeting at the Lebanon Municipal Building.

For more of the story, see Friday's Lebanon Reporter.

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