Keeping fit and avoiding fat is not as easy as it might seem after high school. During our school years, we’re participating in sports or other activities that are physical and fun. And we’re living at home, where we have people telling us what is good for us to eat. They even fix our meals for us. How easy is that to stay slim and trim?
Melissa Kath moved to Stark County seven years ago, after her husband accepted a job as a professor at Walsh University. Originally from Minnesota, the teacher at Fairless Elementary School lives in downtown North Canton—a location that gives her quick access to many of the things she loves about Stark County.
From working one-on-one with clients to doing administrative-type work, Rudi Hiney keeps busy every day. Hiney is director of the personal training and specialized exercise programs at the North Canton YMCA.
The reason I do what I do is directly tied to my upbringing. I have six siblings and we have all benefited from our parents’ selfless examples of generosity and caring for others. There was no sitting around being bored.