Florence group promotes disc golf for healthier lifestyles

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Karen Harrison tosses a disc at the Keyes Peak disc golf course.

FLORENCE, Wis. — Florence County’s new Healthy and Safe Living Task Force, which promotes programming to help people live a more active and safe lifestyle, has worked with local partners to purchase two complete disc golf sets for residents and visitors of Florence County to use for free.

This allows individuals of all ages to enjoy the sport at no cost.

To sign out the disc sets, please visit the Keyes Lake Campground Office or contact them at 715-528-4907 for availability.

“The Healthy and Safe Living Task Force would also like to give Keyes Lake Campground owners, David and Cindy Braun, their sincerest thanks for their willingness to house and sanitize these sets for the public’s use,” said Ann Price, Florence County public health nurse.

Disc golf courses can be found at Keyes Peak Ski Hill and the Florence County School District.

From left, Florence County Healthy and Safe Living Task Force members Amber Kolberg and Karen Harrison are joined by Keyes Lakes Campground owner David Braun.

For more information, go to https://www.dgcoursereview.com/mobile/course.php?id=7092.


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