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Dr. Cummings Weekly Walking Program
Ongoing Each Saturday Beginning Saturday, September 20, 2014.

You and your guests are invited to join Dr. Cummings to kick-off his weekly walking program Saturday, October 22, at 10 am. All fitness levels are welcome. You can choose to walk for 30 minutes or complete the two-mile trail. Dr. Cummings will discuss healthy eating habits and the benefits of walking so you can enjoy an active lifestyle...one step at a time. You can join Dr. Landry every Saturday morning at 10 am, at Wills Park. RSVP to the office at 678-356-0481.
Times:10:00 AM
Where:Wills Park
11925 Wills Road
Alpharetta GA 30009
Additional Info:Website: www.TimCummingsMD.com
Phone: 678-356-0481

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