Community police officers join U 2 Can Move action

POSTED: 08/29/12 1:54 PM

St. Maarten – Community police officers have teamed up with the cabinet of Prime Minister Sarah Wescot-Williams and pledged to take part in the U 2 Can Move health and fitness campaign. During a meeting held at the prime minister’s office on Tuesday the community police officers pledged their support and participation in the fitness program which will feature the Soualiga six and three kilometer walk on Friday afternoon.
The prime minister said the events are a part of a larger fitness campaign where she encourages civil servants to take their health and fitness seriously. “There is much we can do for ourselves as individuals and as a country as far as good health is concerned. Information, diet and exercise are the basic ABC’s and are valuable in any situation. I want to encourage our health institutions, practitioners and NGO’s in this field to focus on educating our community on aspects of health and I call on all, especially our women, to take responsibility for their health, regular check-ups, and to heed warning signs such as aches and pains,” the prime minister said. “These two events are no different and I encourage civil servants to get up and move and be active.”
The Soualiga K6 and K3 challenge will start at 4:30 on Friday afternoon at the Government Administration Building.

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