FRCTV Program

Healthy City Fall River

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The Healthy City Fall River show is a review of the past month’s healthy activities in the City. Healthy City Fall River is a program of Partners for a Healthier Community that began in 2003 to encourage people who live, work or attend school in Fall River to improve their own health as well as the health of their neighbors.

A healthy community is one where people work together to make life better for themselves by solving problems and increasing the resources that keep people healthy. Each month the show features about half a dozen recent activities that illustrate what people in the City are doing to improve some aspect health, including nutrition, fitness, smoke-free living, violence prevention, or improvements to our streets, parks and bicycle trails. Join us to see what's new this month.

More information is available at the website.

Healthy City Fall River airs Thursdays at 5:30pm.

Recent Episodes

Healthy City Fall River May 2017

Three recent Fall River events are highlighted: the Thomas J. Giunta Memorial 5k Road Race; a Mill History Walk on the Quequechan River Rail Trail; and a Literacy Fair at Kuss Middle School. The program also features a demonstration of how to make kale...

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