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Sun Times Feature Story


Kiwanis Club Of Hallandale Beach Pays It Forward To Stephen Riemer


 

HOLLYWOOD - The City of Hollywood offers boundless opportunities to get outdoors and walk or run your way to a healthier lifestyle.  With more than 60 community centers, parks and sports facilities, there are activities for people of all ages and fitness levels.  One of the most popular activities is running and as a sport, running is experiencing exponential growth.  In 2012, the Sports and Fitness Industry Association estimated the number of runners to be somewhere around 51.4 million Americans.  In addition to the casual jogger, statistics from Running USA show a steady increase in the number of people taking part in races with more than 15.5 million race finishers in 2012.
   A popular location for running events in South Florida is the 2.5 mile Hollywood Beach Broadwalk.  The Broadwalk’s wide span, flat path and beautiful views of the Atlantic make even the most arduous race seem effortless.  Here are some tips to help the recreational runner get ready to run in a 5K event:
• Connect with the running community, Make a training plan, State your goals, Purchase the proper running attire, Dedicate time to train, Pace Yourself, Include total-body strength-training into your routine, Modify your diet to fuel your training regimen, Keep track of your progress to help stay motivated.
   A variety of races benefiting numerous non-profit organizations and causes are planned over the next few months on the Hollywood Broadwalk.  Each run is permitted by the City and are independently organized and operated. Race registrations are held at Charnow Park, 300 Connecticut Street and the Broadwalk. A complete listing of races on the Broadwalk can be found in the Parks and Recreation Program Guide and on the City’s on-line event calendar at: wwww.hollywoodfl.org.

Stephen Riemer Of Riemer Insurance Group In Hallandale Beach Proudly Holds A Famed Article About His Phianthropy Published In The South Florida Sun Times. Steve Sponsored Two Luxury Coach Buses And Sent 90 Deserving Children From The Hallandale Beach Police Athletic League To Disney World With Meals Included. Riemer Is Joined By Kiwanis Club President Elect And Hallandale Beach City Commissioner Leo Grachow, Kiwanis Member Steve Cummings And Vice Mayor Bill Julian.