Citizen Science Meetings
Thank you to those who came out to the Town of Tonawanda , Grand Island and City of Tonawanda Citizen Science Soil Study Meetings!
If you're interested in helping out and participating in the soil study please contact Jackie James Creedon. or for more info or to sgn up to help contact us!
Also, check out their Facebook and website!
B-WELL falls prevention workshop
Thanks for joining Us For A
FREE Falls Prevention Workshop!
We Learned "How To" reduce your fall risk at ST Teresa's Church hall on Wed April 5th 11AM With Beth Moses RN and Dave May PT
Book your own Free Workshop!! Call us at today at 851 4052! All Welcome!!
Penny Wolfgang Talks "Healthy" Communities with Philip Haberstro on Public Affairs Radio Show
BUFFALO, NY: Philip Haberstro, founder and Executive Director of the non-profit Wellness Institute of Greater Buffalo, was a guest for “On Target with Penny Wolfgang” the Weekend, June 25th. Mr. Haberstro discussed the health of the Buffalo-Niagara region, challenges it currently faces, and progress being made to address them. Phil’s perception takes into account his 27+ years’ experience with the Healthy Communities movement , community health promotionadvocacy in the Greater Buffalo area, and the text of local author Lawrence Brooks new book: “Buffalo Niagara: Diagnosis & Prescription for Change” (available at local Barnes & Noble Booksellers).
“On Target with Penny Wolfgang” is a weekly public affairs show that discusses local issues that impact the Western New York Area, hosted by Supreme Court of Erie County Justice Penny M. Wolfgang. The show airs Saturday mornings form 6:00 A.M.-7:00 A.M. on local stations WKBW, 1520 AM, and WLKK, 107.7 F.M., and Sunday mornings from 6:00 A.M.-7:00 A.M. on local stations WKSE, 98.5 FM, and WTSS, 102.5 FM.
To listen to a podcast of this interview, visit www.espn1520.com, go to “Shows,” pick “On Target,” and scroll down under picture and select “click here to listen to podcasts.” Click on the name of the guest (Philip Haberstro) to listen.
B-Well Walking Program Receives State Recognition as “Best Practice”
The City of Buffalo’s B-Well Program, managed by The Wellness Institute of Greater Buffalo, has been featured in the New York State Department of Health’s Spring 2016 Public Health Toolkit. The quarterly, online publication highlights the walking/walkability program as a best practice for public health professionals and community advocates.
Click here to view the complete Spring 2016 Public Health Toolkit, featuring information on:
- Healthy Nutrition
- Infant Immunization
- Spring Emergency Preparedness
Whether it's walking, running, rolling, or biking, there has never been a better time to Be Active in Buffalo and Western New York!