Page 4 - Chehalis Tribal Newsletter - September 2014
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Tribal Health and Wellness News Children Enjoy the “Fruits” of Their Labor Prevention Team Upcoming Activities Story by: Pat Odiorne, SDPI Nutritionist The Head Start Thursday, September 25 The harvest of Cherry Tomatoes has come and program enjoyed Healthy Cooking Demo & Education Class the kids are having fun picking and eating from a tasty treat that “Salad in a Jar” the vines. they planted Noon-1:00 PM at CTWC themselves. Thursday, October 9 The children have been involved in planting Mammogram Clinic at CTWC and caring for their tomato plants given 9:00am – 3:00pm (in the clinic) to them by the CTG and the Diabetes Prevention Thursday October 9 Grants. They Healthy Cooking Demo & Education Class fed, watered and “Veggie Soup” “watched” as the plants 5:00 – 7:00 PM at CTWC fowered and brought on the little green tomatoes. October 14 to November 18 * Wisdom Warriors classes meet every Tuesday They were excited that from 2:00 - 4:30 PM at the CTWC fnally the summer sun turned the tomatoes red and Early Head Start Children Thursday, October 16 they were ready to pick and harvest their cherry SDPI Community Walk eat! tomatoes. at Noon October 18 * SPIPA’s NWWP Chehalis Tribe Wisdom Warriors, NWWP Breast Cancer Awareness Walk at Shoalwater Bay Tribe Annual Breast Cancer Walk Chronic Disease 10:30 AM – 2:00 PM Hosted by Self-Management Workshop If you have any questions regarding any of these Shoalwater Bay Tribe SPIPA’s NWWP Annual Breast Cancer Walk Hosted by The Living Well Self-Management workshops listed activities feel free to contact were developed at Stanford University and have Shoalwater Bay Tribe become the proven leader in self-management for Christina Hicks, Community Wellness Manager people with chronic health conditions. at the Chehalis Tribal Wellness Center, SPIPA’s Native Women’s Wellness Program 360-273-5504 ext. 1741 Invites you to enjoy our Annual Breast Cancer Learn how to: Walk on „ Control your pain SDPI Staff „ Deal with fatigue Pat Odiorne or Gloria Jones October 18, 2014 at 360-273-5504 SPIPA’s Native Women’s Wellness Program Invites 10:30 AM – 2:00 PM „ Start an activity program For More Info contact your local you to enjoy our Annual Breast Cancer Walk on Outreach worker „ Handle stress and relax At Shoalwater Bay Tribal Center October 18, 2014 „ Use medications effectively WIC Program Shoalwater Bay: Tanya (360)267-8206 10:30 am – 2:00 pm Door Prizes Lunch T-shirts „ Solve problems and meet personal goals Chehalis: Christina 360.709.1741 Squaxin Island : Traci Lopeman At Shoalwater Bay Tribal Center Keynote Speaker „ Make choices about your treatment Thursday, October 2 9:30 AM to 3:00 PM Nisqually: Raylene McCloud „ Eat well to live well Special Recognitions for Breast Cancer Survivors Door Prizes Lunch T-shirts Quinault: Suzanne Adams WIC/Dental will be handing out Keynote Speaker Skokomish: Jessica Small This class meets for 2.5 hours every week for 6 3 months worth of vouchers. weeks. This class will begin on For More Info contact your local Outreach worker Special Recognitions for Breast Cancer Survivors Thursday, November 6 Tuesday, October 14 WIC 9:30 - 12:00 Noon Shoalwater Bay: Tanya 360-267-8206 2:00 – 4:30 PM Chehalis: Christina 360-709-1741 at the Chehalis Tribal Wellness Center Thursday, December 4 Squaxin Island : Traci Lopeman 9:30 - 12:00 Noon Nisqually: Raylene McCloud For more information regarding workshop Quinault: Suzanne Adams registration please contact Christina Hicks, at For more information contact Skokomish: Jessica Small 360-273-5504 EXT 1741 Deb Shortman at 306-709-1689. Page 4   
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