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2018 Bluegrass Wellness at Work Winners Announced!

Workplace Wellness

2018 Bluegrass Wellness at Work winners announced at annual award ceremony.

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Bluegrass Wellness at Work Winners Announced

Workplace Wellness

KVC Kentucky announces 2017 Bluegrass Wellness at Work winners at Central Bank Thursday Night Live.

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Workplace Wellness – Help Your Community by Getting in Shape!

Workplace Wellness

What is the Bluegrass Wellness at Work Challenge? This fun competition gives you an opportunity to get in shape and help your community!

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KVC Kentucky Announces Bluegrass Wellness at Work Award Winners

The Bluegrass Wellness at Work initiative seeks to recognize Lexington area businesses going the extra mile to create healthy employees and a healthier work environment. Congratulations to the organizations recognized as 2015 Bluegrass Wellness at Work winners!

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KVC Kentucky’s Megan Moore receives Leadership Lexington’s Distinguished Leader Award

Megan Moore, KVC Kentucky’s Director of Training, Development, and Compliance was named the 2014-2015 Leadership Lexington Distinguished Leader of the Year.

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KVC Kentucky Launches Third Annual Bluegrass Wellness at Work Challenge

Healthy employees are happy employees. Successful HR Professionals and Senior Leadership know that having a workplace wellness program can boost morale, improve health and fitness and increase productivity in the workplace.

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Child Abuse Prevention- What Can I Do?

Prevent Child Abuse Month may end today, but advocacy for children is year round. Helping children can be as simple as being a friend, helping a new mom, and volunteering. You don’t have to go out of your way to help a child, or even change your daily routine. Advocacy can take place every day through small gestures.

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KVC Kentucky Partners With Seedleaf To Build Community Garden

Project teaches community gardening skills while increasing access to fresh food.

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