Our next Forum 3000 event is on Thursday 1st August 2019 at 6:00 pm at the Kelvin Club (14-20 Melbourne Place just off Russell Street). This month we are pleased to welcome guest speakers from the City of Melbourne: Greg Jacobs, Elise Baro, and Mike Rowell, and a presentation from our sponsor Kieser.
The City of Melbourne is committed to being a city of wellbeing, and has a number of initiatives, programs and policies that aim to improve and protect the health and wellbeing of the community. The health projects team support this aim by developing and leading the health priorities for the organisation through the Municipal Public Health and Wellbeing Plan as well as through our Food Policy, which leads us to a more sustainable, healthy, equitable and diverse food system. Greg, Elise and Mike from the City of Melbourne will be discussing some of our Health and Wellbeing priorities and how we arrived at them, some of the work we do to support food growing in the city and our smoke-free areas project.
While we are on the topic of health our sponsor representative James Weir, will be providing a presentation on the benefits of strength training. the focus of this presentation will be the understanding what the strength training is, chronic health risks associated with the lack of strength training and how the training can prevent the onset of those health risks.
So if you’re into healthy lifestyle that is definitely not an event to be missed.
The event speakers:
Greg Jacobs, City of Melbourne: Greg is the Team Leader, Health Projects which is located in the Health and Wellbeing Branch at the City of Melbourne. He brings over 20+ years experience in the health, community and local government settings with a genuine interest in improving community outcomes around health and wellbeing.
Elise Baro, City of Melbourne: Elise is Senior Coordinator in the Health Projects team and has over ten years experience in local government and international development settings. My current role entails policy and planning and leading projects and initiatives that improve public health and our food system.
Mike Rowell: Mike is a Health Projects Coordinator, managing urban agricultural projects that support the community to grow and/or access healthy, nutritious food. Mike has significant experience working in health, recreation and sustainability sectors in both government and not-for profit settings.
We look forward to seeing you at this interesting event organised by Residents 3000. Refreshments will be served following the event. The Kelvin Club bar is available throughout for attendees enjoyment.
This event is free for our current members. If your membership has lapsed you are welcome to renew at $25 per person. Non-members will be asked to contribute $5 to cover costs. New members welcome!
This event is supported by East Enders and by Coalition of Resident and Business Associations CoRBA