Dr. J. Thomas Isherwood (right), president of Reinhardt College, thanks Billy Hayes, chief executive officer of Northside Hospital-Cherokee, for the hospital's recent donation for the naming gift of the College's fitness center.
Reinhardt College recently received a donation from Northside Hospital-Cherokee for the College's fitness center.
"Giving back to the community in a way that promotes physical fitness and overall wellness is true to Northside's mission," said Billy Hayes, CEO of Northside Hospital-Cherokee. "We are delighted to partner with the students, faculty and staff of Reinhardt College in this way, and we look forward to cultivating a meaningful and lasting relationship."
Northside Hospital-Cherokee Fitness Center
The Northside Hospital-Cherokee Fitness Center, as it will now officially be called, is a first-class fitness facility in the College's James and Sis Brown Athletic Center that offers free-weights, machine-based exercise equipment and aerobics classes. The fitness center is open to students, faculty, staff and more than 8,000 alumni year-round.
A Perfect "Fit"
"Northside's community involvement and commitment is widely known and appreciated," said Dr. J. Thomas Isherwood, Reinhardt president. "We believe Northside Hospital-Cherokee's evidenced dedication to a regimen of wellness and prevention is apparent by the funding of facilities like Reinhardt's to promote wellness and positive lifestyles."
"Fitness is a vital component to the overall College experience," added Isherwood. "The Northside Hospital-Cherokee Fitness Center at Reinhardt College guarantees a physically fit future for generations of Reinhardt students, faculty, staff and alumni."
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