Tag: North Hanley Transit Center

RELEASE: Learn how to make healthy summertime recipes during food demonstrations at North Hanley and Wellston Transit Centers

Metro Transit riders and area residents can learn more about preparing and eating fresh local ingredients during four food demonstrations this month at the North Hanley Transit Center (4398 Hanley Road) and the Wellston Transit Center (6402 Plymouth Avenue).  A nutritionist from the University of Missouri Extension will conduct the food demonstrations, which are part of the Link Market food kiosk’s focus on healthy eating for families living on a tight budget. Wednesday, June 6 […]

RELEASE: Metro to conduct cooking demonstrations at two transit centers

UPDATE: Due to the forecast, Friday’s Link Market cooking demonstration at the Wellston Transit Center has been canceled. An update will be provided if the event is rescheduled. ST. LOUIS — A nutritionist from the University of Missouri Extension will demonstrate how to prepare a one-pot meal on a tight budget using healthy ingredients Thursday and Friday at two Metro Transit locations. The food demonstrations are part of the Link Market food kiosk program’s focus on […]

RELEASE: Links 2 Health mobile screening unit program introduced

Bi-State Development and the St. Louis County Department of Public Health today unveiled Links 2 Health, a new mobile health screening program that will enhance access to much-needed health care services for residents of North St. Louis County. The Links 2 Health mobile screening vehicle was displayed at the Wellston Transit Center during a special ceremony on December 1. The 18-month pilot program will provide adults 18 years of age and older with health screenings, […]

RELEASE: New Mobile Health Screening Unit to debut at Wellston Transit Center

Bi-State Development, in partnership with the St. Louis County Department of Public Health, will introduce a new Mobile Health Screening Unit on Dec. 1. The mobile unit, called Links 2 Health, will serve four Metro transit centers in North St. Louis County. Bi-State Development through its not-for-profit enterprise, the Bi-State Development Research Institute, received a $940,000 federal grant to fund a pilot program to bring basic health screenings to transit riders and the communities surrounding […]