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Stockton University, The Town of Hammonton and AtlantiCare have been working together on a get-fit initiative starting with the launch of a 1-mile walking trail which starts and ends at the pavilion on the corner of Front Street and Bellevue Avenue.

The Blueberry Trail is strategically mapped out to take walkers through a scenic, educational and fun route with the final stretch passing the downtown’s shops and eateries on Bellevue Avenue.

The launch will take place from noon to 1 p.m. on Sept. 25 at Kramer Hall, Stockton University’s instructional site, 30 Front St. An AtlantiCare Life Center trainer will lead stretching exercises and provide tips prior to the walk and AtlantiCare will give away pedometers to the first 100 participants.

Guests will be welcome to join the approximately 30-minute walk, ending at Kramer Hall with light refreshments. The walking trail is a passive wellness initiative to motivate members of the community to get fit.

For more information about events at Kramer Hall, visit stockton.edu/hammonton.

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