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If you are interested in being a vendor, please contact Allison Oswalt at [email protected] Vendor registration forms will be emailed out in July.
Given the health benefits of regular physical activity, we might have to ask why two out of three Americans are not active at recommended levels. Many technological advances and conveniences that have made our lives easier and less active, many personal variables, including physiological, behavioral, and psychological factors, may affect our plans to become more physically active. In fact, the 10 most common reasons adults cite for not adopting more physically active lifestyles are listed below in the full article!
What is Lent? Lent is a season of preparation leading up to Easter. It is the forty days plus the six Sundays before Easter. For centuries, it has been observed as a special time of self-examination and penitence. Lent is a time for concentration on fundamental values and priorities and is not a time for self-punishment. Throughout Lent, the worship services of the church take on a simpler tone, appropriate to this season. Banners are removed from the church. Crosses showing the risen Christ are veiled. The word “Alleluia” is not used in the words of the liturgy or hymns. These practices help the worshiping community to mark this season of renewal as a special time in the church year.