Over the past years, Moving ME Forward has supported many local programs such as the following:

  • Partnered with Central Maine Community College offering an associate’s degree
    Program; mentoring future professionals in the Exercise Science fields.
  • Sponsored individuals to assist them with health and fitness
  • Supported the Back Pack Program for 25 children to have food every weekend
  • Donated funds, food, clothing and time to the Trinity Jubilee Center and others

“Inspired by the Moving ME Forward Foundation the Leavitt Running Club volunteered at the Good Shepherd Food Bank. We packed 440 boxes for senior citizens and sorted food for over 3,000 other meals. Great opportunity to give back the gift of health to the community!”


Hebron Academy Receives the 2018 Strength of America Award

Hebron Academy raises strength and conditioning standards creating safer programs and facilities for their athletes.

Colorado Springs, CO – The National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA) and the President’s Council on Sports, Fitness and Nutrition are proud to announce Hebron Academy in Hebron, Maine as a 2018 Strength of America award recipient. This award recognizes Hebron Academy to have represented the gold standard in strength and conditioning programs.

This award was made possible through the relationship of Moving Me Forward Foundation (MMF), Central Maine Community College (CMCC), and Hebron Academy. MMF provides health and fitness professionals the ability to cultivate strategies impacting health/wellness through mentoring, programming and resources. MMF utilizes professionals to create, administer, and carry out strength and conditioning programs at Hebron Academy. Oversight is provided by Jim St. Pierre, strength and conditioning coordinator at Central Maine Community College. Programming is carried out by Alex Jenelle, a student in the Physical Fitness Specialist Program at CMCC and Jody Knoren , a graduate of the Physical Fitness Specialist Program at CMCC and a 2018 NSCA All American Athlete of the Year.

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Pictured from left to right – Alex Janelle ’18, Jim St. Pierre, Leslie Guenther (Hebron Academy Athletic Director), Jordy Knoren ’18.