Created: Tuesday, 31 March 2020 14:35
By Paul Schattenberg, Texas A&M Agrilife Communications
AgriLife Extension online walking activity programs can be used in, near home
While COVID-19 presents challenges to maintaining an active lifestyle, physical activity can be done in and near the home, said Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service experts.
Read more: Stay physically active during COVID-19 pandemic
Created: Thursday, 26 March 2020 14:41
American Kennel Club
It’s a wild time right now, and everyone is uncertain, but one thing for sure is our dogs are right there with us. If you’re going stir crazy and are looking for things to do with your dog while quarantined at home, the AKC is here to help. We have resources, ideas, advice, and fun things to do to help dog owners deal with this crisis. From training to tricks to puppy videos to ease your mind. We are here for you!
Read more: Making the most of quarantine with your dog
Created: Wednesday, 25 March 2020 10:52
As the community works to navigate the ever-changing effects of the Coronovirus (COVID-19), so has the team of the McAllen Parks & Recreation Department.
“When it was determined that programming was to be suspended and would affect the countless participants and visitors to our community centers, pools, and athletic fields- employees began conversations on how to continue to engage with our friends whom we welcome through our doors and gates daily,” said Mike Hernandez, McAllen Parks & Recreation Department Director.
Read more: City of McAllen Parks & Recreation launches McAllen Parks Unplugged