We Have Your Passport to Health
Kick off the New Year and build healthy habits with South Suburban Parks and Recreation’s Passport to Heath, a free fitness and wellness rewards program, designed to help improve physical, mental and emotional wellbeing. The program starts Jan. 1, just in time to start your New Year's resolution!
Participation in Passport to Health is voluntary and is open to residents and non-residents alike. Beginning Dec., 31 the Passport to Health Fit Pass booklet will be available at all South Suburban recreation centers.
The Fit Pass booklet offers 30 activities and ideas to try, including giving up a bad habit for a day, trying a game of Pickleball, or an aqua class, or attending a free Coffee and Chat class. Each activity will earn you a certain number of points, and allowing you to easily keep track of your progress. Some activities require the signature of an instructor, while others depend on the honor system.
You can begin recording activities on Jan. 1, and all points need to be earned by Feb. 28. Completed booklets must be turned in by March 6 to any South Suburban recreation center. If who earn at least 35 points (of a possible 70), you will receive a $10 South Suburban recreation gift card valid for services and products, and you will also be entered into a drawing to win a 15-punch pass for center admission, a one-month admission pass, 18 holes of golf for two, a 30-minute massage and more.
Register for the program now and enjoy this holiday season guilt free!