2017-08-10 / Community

4-H Friends Helping Friends to host “mindfulness” health talk

MANISTIQUE - The Friends Helping Friends Collaborative 4-H Club will be emceeing a program about “mindfulness” stress reduction Aug. 10 from 6:30 - 7:30 p.m., in the Manistique School and Public Library located in the High School at 100 N Cedar Street.

The Keynote organization will be Michigan State University Extension. Tracie Abram will be promoting Extension’s social-emotional health and well-being programs and hi-lighting their Stress Less with Mindfulness series that she teaches. There is no cost to attend this health talk.

The Friends Helping Friends Collaborative 4-H Club is a group of high school students and adults working together to establish and promote a supportive and educational environment that is safe, affirming and fair for all to discuss, learn, and promote social-emotional health and well-being issues and programs for on-going growth and development. Come, meet the students and adults in the collaboration, and learn about their mission and goals, and their programming.

Any and all health professionals, organizations, businesses and civic groups that help develop or maintain a person’s mental/social-emotional health and well-being in Schoolcraft County are encouraged to be a guest keynote speaker at these monthly health talks that the 4-H club has named People Helping People Health Talks.

The Talks are the second Thursday of each month at the library from 6:30 - 7:30 p.m.

Contact Tracie Abram at Michigan State University Extension to schedule your keynote address or to find out more information at (906) 235- 2985 or stop in at the Michigan State University Extension office located at 100 N. Cedar Street (just adjacent to the Public Library).

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