The Tennessee Public Health Association (TPHA) announced its annual celebration of National Public Health Week to be observed across the state April 3-9. National Public Health Week brings individuals and communities across Tennessee together to celebrate the work and dedication of public health professionals and volunteers and highlight issues that are important to improving the health of our state and nation. This year’s National Public Health Week theme, “Healthiest Nation 2030,” is a call to make the United States the healthiest nation in one generation by 2030.
Grundy County Mayor Michael Brady recently signed a proclamation urging county residents to work toward imprivng their health during Public Health Week and throughout the year.
Pictured with Grundy County Mayor Michael Brady are (l to r): Carol Green, Sofia Leon-Meza, Michelle Taylor, Dr. Charles Barker, Dr. Ann Barron, Rhonda Miller, Kim Simmons, Haley Colvin, Charlene Nunley, Lynn James, and Belinda Morgan.