The Capital Area Wellness Coalition wants to celebrate local people

Here we see last year’s Well Done! Award winners along with Capital Area Wellness Coalition steering committee members Johane Telgener and Joe Kasper. Clearly Joe didn’t get the memo that he was supposed to coordinate his jacket color with Johane’s dress so everyone would be able to pair off in matching color schemes.
Here we see last year’s Well Done! Award winners along with Capital Area Wellness Coalition steering committee members Johane Telgener and Joe Kasper. Clearly Joe didn’t get the memo that he was supposed to coordinate his jacket color with Johane’s dress so everyone would be able to pair off in matching color schemes.

The Capital Area Wellness Coalition is pleased to announce the second annual Capital Area Well Done! Awards. These awards recognize and bring to the forefront wellness activities taking place at worksites, initiatives of community groups and the leadership of unsung wellness heroes within the community who are making a difference. The CAWC’s Capital Area Well Done! Awards shine a light on these efforts because they align with its mission to create a culture of healthy living for everyone in the Capital area. The CAWC is dedicated to promoting opportunities for healthy food choices and healthy eating education, accessible and available recreation and physical activities and a healthy lifestyle for all. 

It is seeking nominations of organizations, businesses, agencies, groups and inpiduals who have made progress or achieved goals toward creating a culture of health and wellness. The award winners will be recognized at an awards breakfast at Northeast Delta Dental on May 13. The deadline for submission of applications is April 10. The applications will be reviewed by a committee of independent community wellness advocates. The categories are:

∎ Well Workplace: Employers, worksite teams.

∎ Community Wellness Effort: Organizations, schools, youth, community groups, teams.

∎ Wellness Hero: An inpidual making a difference.

For more information please contact Johane Telgener at 230-2713, jtelgene@crhc.org. Or visit its Facebook page: Capital Area Wellness Coalition, or website at capwellness.org.

The Capital Area Wellness Coalition coordinates community resources and builds partnerships to create a culture of healthy living for everyone. The coalition meets monthly on the second Wednesday at 8 a.m. at the Center for Health Promotion, 49 S. Main St. For more information, visit capwellness.org.

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