Wellness Works 2017

  Registration is now open for Wellness Works 2017! The conference is open to all businesses large and small for those who have an interest in worksite wellness.   To purchase tickets, visit: goo.gl/qRHXu9    

“Brown Bag” for Healthy Kids 2017

Fit for Kids appreciated your creativity in implementing the challenge and enthusiasm in raising funds for Healthy Kids. Brown bagging Lunch, having a Casual Day, or donating at a Leadership Meeting were all great strategies!  Every company, large or small, helped fight Childhood Obesity in Kane County!  250 individuals participated, 100 more than last year.…read more

Fox Valley United Way Joins Funders’ Consortium

Fit for Kids welcomes the Fox Valley United Way to the Funders’ Consortium.  We thank you for your ongoing commitment to the health and well-being of the community.  Find out more about this fantastic organization at www.uwfoxvalley.org.





Wellness Works 2017

  Registration is now open for Wellness Works 2017! The conference is open to all businesses large and small for those who have an interest in worksite wellness.   To purchase tickets, visit: goo.gl/qRHXu9    

“Brown Bag” for Healthy Kids 2017

brown bag 2017

Fit for Kids appreciated your creativity in implementing the challenge and enthusiasm in raising funds for Healthy Kids. Brown bagging Lunch, having a Casual Day, or donating at a Leadership Meeting were all great strategies!  Every company, large or small, helped fight Childhood Obesity in Kane County!  250 individuals participated, 100 more than last year.…read more

Walk to School Day 2016

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  On October 5th, 72 Kane County schools took part in the annual Walk to School Day. Mayors, sponsors, policemen, and fireman from different communities came out to support the healthy initiative. A special congratulations are in order to Geneva School District 304, who had all of its schools register for the event.  Thank you…read more

2016 International Walk to School Day

The Making Kane County Fit for Kids Funders’ Consortium invites you to participate in 2016 Walk to School Day activities. For more information, download the registration form or view the event page.

Thank you to everyone that participated in the Spring Brown Bag for Healthy Kids fundraising event.  We are starting to organize a follow up for the fall, let us know if your company would like to get involved.  It is very simple, employees can “brown bag” their lunch on a designated day and make a…read more

Meet the Council-Alexis Slivka

Alexis (Lexii Slivka), is a 25 year-old bride-to-be, living in St. Charles with the loves of her life, Harley—a black Pomeranian, Tucker, a Golden Retriever/Shepherd mix, and her fiancé, Neil. Lexii earned her Masters of Public Health degree from University of Illinois, and has worked for Kane County Health Department ever since. In her free…read more

Meet the Council-Laura Barr

Laura L Barr, Nutrition & Wellness educator for University of Illinois Extension – DuPage/Kane/Kendall Unit enjoys riding bikes, horses and motorcycles. She eats her greens and beans…just walking the talk folks.‪#‎MeetTheCouncil ‬

Meet the Council Wednesday!

It’s Meet the Council Wednesday! Each Wednesday you will get to learn a little bit more about a council member. Stay tuned every Wednesday to learn abotu about a Healthy Living Council of Greater Aurora member ‪#‎MeetTheCouncil‬    

Healthy Living Council of Greater Aurora’s Wellness Works 2016

Registration is now open for Wellness Works 2016, a conference for employers to learn how to successfully promote health and wellness in the workplace! Wellness Works 2016 will be September 16, 2016 11am-3pm at Prisco Community Center in Aurora. Registration fee of $25 includes lunch. To register for the conference, click here: http://tinyurl.com/WellnessWorks2016 If you are…read more

American Diabetes Association Alert Day

March 22nd is American Diabetes Association Alert Day® We encourage you to take the quick online type 2 Diabetes Risk Test. You’ll be asked to answer simple questions about your weight, age, family history, and other potential risk factors for prediabetes and type 2 diabetes. It’s that simple, and it’s anonymous. The American Diabetes Association…read more