Health & Wellness

Senior Health And Fitness Walk Set For September

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EDISON, NJ - Spotswood seniors can join other Middlesex County seniors for a fun-filled health and fitness walk through picturesque Roosevelt Park on Wednesday, September 13 from 10 a.m. until 1 p.m. The free event will include wellness information, health screenings, boxed lunches, raffles, t-shirt, entertainment and of course, a fitness walk.

Interested seniors can register at the Spotswood Office on Aging, which is located on 1 Arlington Avenue in Suite 401. The Spotswood Office on Aging will be providing transportation to and from the Middlesex County Senior Health and Fitness Walk. For additional information, contact the Spotswood Office on Aging at 732-251-3432.

Roosevelt Park is located on Parsonage Road in Edison. It is the oldest park in the Middlesex County Park System, dating all the way back to 1917. The park features an eight-acre lake that sports a walking path all around the stunning lake. Roosevelt Park is also home to Plays-in-the-Park at the Stephen J. Capestro Theater in addition to a skating rink, tennis courts, basketball courts and more.

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