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Sevier County Health Improvement Council Launches New Website

Sevier County Health Improvement Council Launches New Website

As part of the Healthier Tennessee movement, Sevier County has a new website resource for residents interested in learning how they can improve their health by eating smarter and moving more.

Starting on September 22, 2017 there is a new website in town. It’s This website has been designed for Sevier County to view upcoming “healthy events.” It will have a calendar of local health activities and classes, a resource page and educational blogs, which will be updated.

This website is sponsored by the Sevier County Health Improvement Council, whose mission is promote health and wellness in Sevier County. The council is comprised of professional health related agencies/businesses and interested individuals, which meet bi-monthly.

If you would like to know more about the Sevier County Health Improvement Council, go to the new website or contact Linda Hyder, UT Extension at 865-453-3695.

For the past two years, the Sevier County Health Improvement Council has been working to fulfill the requirements for being recognized as a Healthier Tennessee Community. This new website is one of the steps needed for recognition. Fortunately, Sevier County has many opportunities for attaining a healthy lifestyle.

If you want to learn about these opportunities in Sevier County, or learn what our county is doing to be recognized as a Healthier TN Community, check out the new website! If you are looking for “health promotion” county wide events, check it out!

Share this website with your friends and family. Let’s partner and participate not only to help ourselves, but to promote Sevier County as a Healthier TN Community in Tennessee!

About UT Extension - Sevier County

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