The Get Active Kirksville Program is back for the second year in a row, but this year it's a bit different.
After last year's feed back from the Get Active Passport Program, the Kirksville Parks and Recreation decided to change it up and do a Healthy Handbook Program from now through October.
The eight week program is designed for each own individual and is customized to your own personal goals.
"There are three different types of sections to work on in this healthy handbook. There are fitness goals, lifestyle goals, and nutrition goals. So you can work on all three aspects of your life by participating in this program," said Recreation Specialist Robin Harden.
The funding for the get active program was made possible by the Missouri Foundation for Health whose vision is to improve the health of the people in communities across the state.
For all the information, you need on the Healthy Handbook Program, click here or stop by the Aquatic Center in Kirksville.