March is National Nutrition Month.  Learn about activities and healthy recipies at  Get Fit Temple will also be launching the long awaited Temple Dining Guide so citizens can see which local participating restaurants have healthy choices in their menu.  Stayed tuned and check back often at the Dine Right tab under Get Nutrition.  And don’t forget to check out the Events Page to find a fun activity to start your journey towards a healthier lifestyle!
Print out a HEB Community Challenge Shout Out Sign and take a #healthyselfie to post to @GetFitTempleTX Instagram or upload directly to a personal account to gain Temple points for the 2015 HEB Community Challenge.  For more information visit to see what other activities you can do to earn your city points!
2015 HEB Community Challenge

Help the Mayor’s Fitness Council compete against other Texas Cities in the HEB Community Challenge!!  Take the Pledge, and state how you will commit to being fit in 2015.  Starting on January 1st 2015, the HEB Community Challenge engages the community as a whole to GetFit and stay committed to it.  Keep checking back to find out more on how you can participate and earn Temple points in the challenge.

Temple Mayor’s Council on Physical Fitness

The Temple Mayor’s Council on Physical Fitness was created by Mayor William A. Jones III to develop a forum of community leaders and wellness enthusiasts whose goal is to create a healthier community. The Mayor’s Fitness Council is a community campaign that encourages citizens of all ages to maintain healthy lifestyles through regular exercise and proper nutrition. The Council works to increase community awareness of the health benefits of an active lifestyle, engage Temple residents in fitness opportunities and events, collaborate with local businesses and employers, and encourage community members to participate in statewide fitness campaigns. Meetings are held monthly on the fourth Wednesday at 12:00 p.m.


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