Live Healthy Appalachia is one of several community partners participating in the FEAST Project, a series of 18 hands-on cooking workshops that encourage families to cook and eat healthy meals together.
Pumpkin Hustle 2018 Finisher Times
Live Healthy Appalachia presented healthy twists on traditional Appalachian meals at the Nelsonville Library during Appalachian Music Week!
Welcome to the team, Megan Myers! Megan will serve as LHA's AmeriCorps VISTA this year!
As my time at Live Healthy Appalachia comes to an end, I can’t help but reflect upon the past year of post-graduate life in Athens. Like many others that enter their final semester of undergraduate work, my future was still unknown going into the month of April last spring. Yet one thing was abundantly clear, I wanted to stay in the city I love, Athens.
Hello, my name is Brittany Taylor. I am an Ohio University graduate with a Bachelor of Science in Food and Nutrition Sciences with a Dietetics concentration. Currently, I am a Dietetic Intern through Marshall University’s Distance Dietetic Internship completing my school nutrition rotation with Live Healthy Appalachia (LHA).
I am very excited to join the Live Healthy Appalachia team as the new Executive Director!
I am so excited to find myself back at Live Healthy Appalachia and in a new role as Director of Children's Programs. I am enthusiastic about healthy eating, active living, and I also love the outdoors. After graduating from Ohio University with my Bachelor's of Arts in Anthropology, I served as the AmeriCorps/COMCorps LHK Coordinator at Live Healthy.
Hi! My name is Adrienne Fratczak, the new AmeriCorps COMCorps Live Healthy Appalachia Adult Education Coordinator!
Hello, my name is Bri Bretzfelder, the new AmeriCorps COMCorps Live Healthy Kids Coordinator serving at Live Healthy Appalachia. I recently graduated from Ohio University with a bachelor’s degree in Community and Public Health and I am thrilled I found an organization that allows me to turn my passion into my purpose.