Maxine Hayes, MD, MPH, State Health Officer, Washington State Department of Health will give a free presentation open to the public at
Shoreline Community College, Room 9208 PUB
16101 Greenwood Avenue North
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The former YMCA has changed its name and will officially be known as the “Y”. With the help of CPPW funds the Y has begun looking at all aspects of their programs and branch facilities to make sure that they reflect the healthy lifestyle that the Y brand promotes. Select employees are…Continue
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A great article about FEEST (Food Empowerment Education and Sustainabilty Team) by the Washington Bus.
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Congratulations to Catholic Community Services for their first farm to table delivery! Just in time for St. Patrick's day, their Auburn, Redmond and Enumclaw senior meal programs received 50 lbs. of organic yellow boiling potatoes from Ralph's Greenhouse in Mt. Vernon.
In keeping with last week's Irish theme, Chicken Soup Brigade took delivery of 300 lbs of potatoes from Full Circle Farm, and the Muckleshoot Indian Tribe, our newest F2T partner, also received 50 lbs. of…Continue
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The CPPW communications team is holding several small "focus groups" next week with grantees to provide some feedback on the upcoming overarching campaign. We would very much would like to hear from you as we gather information on some draft materials!
We really want your feedback!!!!!
Please R.S.V.P to space is limited.
Cornish will soon begin branding health initiatives with their new logo developed by Koji Minami, a senior design student. When the Cornish community sees this logo, they will know it's a message about health and wellness.
The concept is based on the…Continue
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Local Governments prepare a variety of plans to assess and address challenges in areas ranging from economic development to housing to transportation. The integration of health issues into all dimensions of planning at both the local and regional level is the ideal. This article about the Comprehensive Planning for Public Health provides an overview of the public health topics addressed, public health data…Continue
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Below is a link to a great article on the important roles that parks play in supporting good health and a cleaner environment.
Big policy efforts are on their way - start talking to your friends and neighbors about the importance of having tobacco-free environments in parks throughout King County.
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Check the events calendar for more information about trainings on Wednesday March 16th (Event Planning) and Monday March 21st (Re-think Your Drink)! Feel free to invite your staff and partners but be sure to RSVP - space for "Re-think Your Drink" is limited. Printable flyers that include more about training content, location, time, and RSVP information are in the event calendar section.
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The CPPW project Everyone Swims! has an ambitious goal of increasing access to swimming and water recreation for children and families by partnering with over twenty pools and community clinics in King…Continue
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The new WIC Shopping Guide is now available! The guide was designed to inform recipients of the Women, Infant and Children supplemental nutrition program what products are available with their WIC coupons. It’s designed for the shopper as well as the retailer and available in the English, Arabic, Chinese, Korean, Russian, Somali, Spanish and Vietnamese languages.
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For those of you that attended Getting the Word Out: How to Generate Media Interest, thank you! We hope you found the media training engaging, informative and interactive. We’re excited to hear about CPPW grantees’ inspiring stories and we look forward to seeing more media coverage around your work. …Continue
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