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Activities to encourage heart-healthy eating and physical activity are described for each magnet center site, according to the 5 P's of Hearts N' Parks: People, Programs and Practices, Public Visibility, Partnering, and Performance Indicators. As in 2003, almost all indicators of heart-healthy eating and physical activity significantly improved for participants in 2004. In addition, the number of programs that measured performance increased to 168. Some limitations in collecting performance indicators from community participants included high attrition rates and data entry issues. For additional information, see the Report of 2004 Magnet Center Performance Data.

The map below illustrates the names and locations of the 9 Hearts N' Parks magnet center sites in Indiana and Ohio. Select the heart-shaped symbol ( small heart graphic ) or the name of the appropriate location on the map to read about their year one Hearts N' Parks activities. When clicking on the map, you will be taken to the "Youth" Abstract for the magnet center by default. From that page, you will be able to switch between the "Youth" and "Adult" abstracts. Sites without links did not provide a description of activities.


Bloomington Youth Adult
Bowling Green Youth Adult
Elyria Youth Adult
Fort Wayne Youth Adult
Gary Youth Adult
Greene Co. Youth Adult
Indianapolis Youth Adult
Lafayette Youth Adult
South Bend Youth Adult

image of Indiana/Ohio map indicating magnet sites

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