New to Creston: The North Quarter Pathways

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  • Erica Farr, Public Health Intern, North End Wellness Coalition
  • Jacqueline Brayman, Project Manager, North End Wellness Coalition
  • Sarah Keller, Public Health Intern, Access of West Michigan
  • Nancy Brubaker, Access of West Michigan

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Creston is the hottest neighborhood in America and is now the first neighborhood to have a North Quarter Pathway implemented by the North End Wellness Coalition! Join them on October 3rd, 2019 at Briggs Park from 4-6pm to walk the North Quarter Pathways. This pathway system was established by the North End Wellness Coalition and has been in the works for nearly four years. The are happy to announce that October 3rd will also be the grand re-opening of Briggs Park, a great addition to the neighborhood. The event is free, family-friendly, and will be full of activities for the entire family. Please share this exciting event with family, friends, and neighbors.

The North End Wellness Coalition (NEWC) started in 2015 with a vision to make a difference in the health and wellness of the Creston neighborhood. We are a group of individuals, churches, non-profits, and community organizations who meet regularly to promote health and wellness within the Creston and Belknap neighborhoods. Together with Access of West Michigan, they share resources, learn together, and work to make the North End the healthiest it can be. Check out their website or Facebook! NEWC meets on the third Thursday of every month from 9:30-10:45am, open to the public in the Creston Neighborhood Association’s community room located at 205 Carrier St NE. Stay informed on the North End Wellness Coalition through their bi-monthly newsletter.

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