Notes for the Road: Walk Georgia Blog

Meet Our New Intern! Round 2

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Meet Brooks. Brooks is another one of Walk Georgia’s new talents and will be helping our program go farther by contributing her skills in organization and enthusiasm for communication. Brooks is a sophomore at the University of Georgia, studying Agricultural Communications. She is passionate about helping kids and adults learn ways to improve their health….
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Recipe: Chicken and Dumplings

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Chicken and Dumplings is on most everyone’s comfort food list, and with snowflakes in most everyone’s forecast, this lighter version of the classic comfort food is a must (take it from us, we tested it and it passed even the harshest critics)! Our favorite part of this recipe is that you probably…
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Go: Crooked River State Park

photo by Jackie DeBusk

Crooked River State Park is meant for taking in the sites, sounds and wildlife of Georgia’s coast. The intracoastal waterway and maritime forest are on display here, and hikers on the park’s trail through the forest may see gopher tortoises, fiddler crabs, herons and more birds. The park’s nature center…
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Is your Valentine a sports fan?

2016 WalkGeorgia Hawks T-shirt Design

What could be more romantic than a pair of fashionable red tees, watching a Hawks game (and if you are one of the first to arrive, the chance to high-five the players!)? How about the thrifty price of $19.00 per ticket (including the t-shirt)! Show your valentine some love by gifting…
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Go: Wormsloe Historic Site

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Take a second and close your eyes. Now, imagine a beautiful driveway lined with Spanish moss dangling from old live oaks leading up to the ruins of a colonial estate. Intriguing, right? Welcome to Wormsloe Historic Site: home of Noble Jones, one of the first English settlers to come to…
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Keeping Your Heart Healthy in Winter

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By Jay Morris February is here! This means Valentine’s Day is right around the corner. But did you know that there’s another reason to celebrate the month of February? This month is American Heart Month. The purpose of American Heart Month is to promote healthy hearts. Keeping your heart healthy…
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