Buzz: Harbin Clinic’s Walk With a Doc this Saturday; look for farmers market as well. Republicans, TEA Party to debate electoral college on Thursday.

Buzz: Harbin Clinic’s Walk With a Doc this Saturday; look for farmers market as well. Republicans, TEA Party to debate electoral college on Thursday.

 

This Saturday, Harbin Clinic’s Walk with a Doc event kicks off at 9 a.m. on the grassy area of Bridgepoint Plaza. The two-mile health walk will lead trekkers down the scenic Kingfisher Trail which loops back around to end at Bridgepoint Plaza.

The Between the Rivers Farmers Market will be happening simultaneously in the parking lot at Bridgepoint Plaza. This gives both market-goers the opportunity to Walk with a Doc and walkers the chance to visit the market after stretching their legs at the health walk.

Parking is available at Heritage Park, just on the other side of the picturesque Robert Redden Footbridge, as well as in the gravel parking lot across the street from Bridgepoint Plaza.

Walk with a Doc will be led by Dr. Heather Pryor, a physician at Harbin Clinic Family Medicine Cedartown.

“Walking is a great exercise for everyone, because it’s low impact and offers a lot of health and wellness benefits you may not realize,” says Pryor. “People who get regular exercise typically live longer and have a lower risk for heart disease, stroke, type 2 diabetes, depression and some forms of cancer.”

Walk with a Doc occurs the third Saturday of each month. Walkers should wear light clothing and comfortable shoes. Georgia weather can be unpredictable, so check Harbin Clinic’s Facebook page for updates in case of inclement weather.


Thursday debate to focus on the electoral college: The Lincoln-Douglas Debate is sponsored by the Floyd County Republican Party as well as Floyd County Republican Women, Young Republicans and the Rome TEA Party. The debate will be held on Thursday from noon until 1 p.m. at Fuddruckers. Please arrive by 11:30 a.m. to order your lunch from the menu. Andy Garner of the Floyd GOP will argue in support of maintaining the electoral college and Randy Smith will counter, calling for a popular vote for the president of the United States. 

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