Stone Harbor – Single-digit temperatures did not deter more than eighty Stone Harbor Borough employees and residents from gathering for the official launch of the 2015 Stone Harbor Mayors Wellness Campaign (MWC) on Wednesday, February 18th at the Stone Harbor Recreation Center.

The Borough of Stone Harbor is joining in a new effort to help the state’s communities get on the path to active living and healthier lifestyles. The town has developed a free 10-week wellness program for their community that will run from February 18 through May 6, 2015.  Ninety-three registrants have joined the program to date.  Mayor Suzanne Walters and Robin Stoloff, local television health reporter and radio host, kicked-off the program on Wednesday and received a warm reception from the attendees. Robin was a Health Reporter for NBC 40 for almost 30 years. Her award-winning Health Update features were the longest-running medical series in New Jersey which she created and hosted.   “It was apropos for Robin to be our kick-off speaker,” said Judy Davies-Dunhour, Stone Harbor Council Member that first initiated Stone Harbor and Avalon’s, Battle of the Bulge, seventeen years ago. “Robin also spoke at our opening event in January of 1998 with Avalon. “Her experience, enthusiasm and passion to empower others with the knowledge to help them live a longer, healthier life, proved Robin to be the perfect fit.”

To get participants started on the right track, Robin highlighted her top-ten steps to a healthy living. With the closing of NBC 40, Robin is embarking on a new career at Townsquare Media as radio host of her new program, Living Well with Robin Stoloff, Sundays from 9-11am on Lite Rock 96.9 WFPG FM. Robin is so excited to continue her passion – to connect you with local medical experts and bring you important health information to help you live a better, healthier life. She will also be doing her Health Update features on all five Townsquare Media stations.

Thanks to our partners at Olivieri Chiropractic & Rehabilitation, Sunshine Wellness Institute, and Cape Regional Health System, weekly MWC “Wellness Wednesdays” will continue to feature educational topics such as, nutrition, stress management, early cancer detection, and injury prevention. “Cape Regional is honored to partner with Stone Harbor’s Mayor Wellness Campaign and provide outstanding speakers to the participants of the program,” emphasized Thomas J. Piratzky, VP/Public Relations and Marketing for Cape Regional Medical Center and Executive Director of the Cape Regional Medical Center Foundation.

Stone Harbor also partnered with The Reeds at Shelter Haven and Fred’s Tavern to offer weekly nutritional meal specials to keep participants on track. Local studios and gyms will offer complimentary class passes or visits to experience their gyms; Island Aerobics, Miracles FitnessMuscle World Fitness CenterShape FitnessStone Harbor Yoga, and Surfside Fitness. The Cape May County Public Library also offers a wealth of health & wellness programs such as Yoga, Pilates, and Zumba Fitness, all at the Stone Harbor Recreation Center.

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