Healthy People Wood County - July Events

Posted by Mama Yauk Friday, June 29, 2012 0 comments

Healthy People Wood County, a partnership to improve the
health of our community, announces the following calendar of events:

Arthritis Foundation Exercise

ADRC-CW        T& Th Through
5/17 & 6/12-8/2 9-10 AM          
At the Marshfield Senior Comm. Center      $3/class      1-888-486-9545
*Designed to help those with joint and/or muscle pain achieve improved

Upcoming Events - Wood County Health Department

Posted by Mama Yauk Thursday, June 28, 2012 0 comments

Community Immunization Day
Come and learn about immunizations, have your questions answered, common myths debunked. An expert panel will be available from 12:00-1:00! Immunizations will be available FREE for children all day long!!! Adults can received the Tdap vaccine to protect from Whooping Cough for $10!!! 

Monday, August 6, 2012, 8:00 am to 7:00 pm
Wood County Health Department

5K Walk/Run & Golf Event - Supporting Babes & Breastfeeding

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To register and for more information:

Events - Juneau County

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Leaving a Legacy
Workshop: July 12 from 11 - 2pm - Complementary lunch served.

As you and those you love reach retirement, many plans
are made. One of the most important gifts you can give to your family is a well
thought out plan for your estate, no matter how small or large it may be.

On Thursday, July 12, Mile Bluff Medical
Center Foundation will host a free “

Parenting and OB Classes

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For more information and to register, call 608-847-1013. Education and
support for parents during the first year of their babies’ lives.

· Monday, July 9, 4:30 pm at Mile
Bluff Medical Center in Mauston

Topic – Infant CPR and

more information and to register, call 608-847-1013.

these five classes

At last, survivors of stroke and brain/spine injuries can have hope for restoring hand and arm movement.The SaeboFlex and SaeboReach splints use spring-loaded systems to help patients grasp and release objects, as well as improve arm strength, range of motion, motor control and overall function. Riverview Rehabilitation Center is successfully treating stroke and brain/spinal injury survivors

The following cooling centers are available to the public
throughout Juneau County, during normal business hours:
Wonewoc Village Hall
Royal Bank in Elroy
Mauston Community Center in City Hall
Hatch Public Library
Necedah Village Hall
New Lisbon City Hall

Contact Information:
Gervase Thompson
Juneau County Emergency Management

For full

2nd Annual Mike's Run

Posted by Mama Yauk Friday, June 22, 2012 0 comments

Tomorrow, get active and get behind this great event to help create mental health awareness! Registration can be
done online

FREE Computer Basics Classes

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Upcoming events posted to the United Way's 2-1-1 Get Connected Blog for this week.

Click the event for more information or type the event name in the search bar on this page at left.

To see the calendar in full page view click the county's name at the top of this site.  

Submit your events here.



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Farmers Markets

Posted by Mama Yauk Tuesday, June 5, 2012 0 comments

Get Active at Your Local Farmers Market
Farmers markets are a long standing tradition in Wisconsin. You’ll find the season’s best bounty of vegetables, fruits, flowers, meats, cheeses, and specialty products, and you’ll also have a great opportunity to meet local farmers and other neighbors at the market. Purchasing locally-grown and seasonal foods benefits the economy, environment, and

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