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We welcome you to our new and improved web site. There are a lot of exciting things going on with Get Up & Go! Please browse through our web site and check out all the projects and initiatives we are working on to help improve the health of St. Clair County.

Walk, Run, Bike St. Clair County

Walk, Bike, Run St. Clair County 2014

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July 24, 6:30 p.m. (Doors open at 6:15)
O’Fallon Public Safety Building
285 North 7 Hills Road

Join in conversation to discuss mutual concerns & progress towards improving roads, sidewalks & trails in St. Clair County for ALL users!

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Community Gardens Receive Funding

Nine Gardens Funded at Churches, Schools, and Neighborhoods

Get Up & Go! awarded nine Healthy Community grants to fund new and existing community gardens in St. Clair County. Gardens were awarded between $250 and $1,000 depending on the size and scope of the project. Henry Raab Elementary School in Belleville received $250 to assist with planning their new garden. [Read More]

Farmer's Markets in St. Clair CountyFarmer's Market / Food Co-Ops

Local Farmer’s Market and Food Co-ops offer nutritious and fresh produce. Local foods usually have less environmental impact while supporting the local economy at the same time.

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Celebrating Our Earth!

Read the BND April 21 editorial: Important to Invest in Healthy Living" by Davide C. Eustis, President and CEO of Heartlands Conservancy, Mascoutah

Get Up & Go! brings people and organizations in St. Clair County together to build healthy communities. Help us make St. Clair County the healthiest county in America by 2020!

Community Spotlight: The O'Fallon Community Garden

The State Street Community Garden, located at the corner of East State and North Smiley Streets in O’Fallon, is a beautiful example of how healthy living and healthy eating can benefit an entire community. [read more]

Get Up & Go Community

Learn how your community can be a Get Up & Go! Community. Municipalities striving to make healthy choices easy for citizens deserve recognition. Besides, these good works can inspire others to do the same. [Read More]

Get Up & Garden!

We all are always anxious for spring to arrive so that we can get out of the house, chase the winter blues, and enjoy the warm spring sunshine and planting things. However, the early spring fever all too often fades with the greater heat and humidity of summer, and the massive increase in bugs and weeds that bother us and our plants. These bothersome hindrances to gardening, however, can easily be avoided by planting a fall garden. [Read More]