2017 Regional Spring Workshops are Scheduled!

We are excited to share with you the 2017 workshop schedule! There will be a number of opportunties across the state for worksite's wellness committees/teams to participate in our no-cost workshops.

 

Workshop offered will include Building the Foundation, Healthy Foods and Beverages, Physical Activity, Tobacco and Well-Being. Workshops offered will vary depending on the location. 

 

We are still finalizing some of the schedule details and will send updates. For the most accurate schedule and workshop information visit  www.workwellks.com and check our our event page! 

 

CLICK HERE TO SEE THE 2017 WORKSHOP SCHEDULE

Check Out Our New Videos
We are very excited to share our new executive videos.  These feature two WorkWell KS worksites, Flesh Company and Prarie Land Electric Company, their wellness efforts, and the impact it has had on their business. 

These are examples of worksites that have seen progress by implementing comprehensive wellness plans! 

Shout Out to Local Rockstars!
So many of you are doing great work to improve health in your worksites, communities, and across the state. Check out these WorkWell KS partners that received recognition at the KS Governor's Council on Fitness Reception for the 2016 Health Champions Awardees! 

Missty Lechner is the Advocacy Project Director for the Midwest Affiliate of the American Heart Association. Her efforts have led to 18 counties establishing Food and Farm Councils throughout Kansas, with more under development. Her ability to connect with people and bring people together has had a major impact in many initiatives.  She was a valuable partner in the implementation of Workwell KS.  She is also the Interim Chair of Heartland Healthy Neighborhoods in Topeka. 

Highland Communit y College is a WorkWell KS worksite. Their Wellness Committee has excelled in its efforts to improve the health of employees and the community. The committee implemented a policy for employees to combine breaks to allow for a half hour of paid daily exercise. Highland Community College Wellness Committee will continue to make a huge impact on the health of Northeastern K ansas as it strives to improve the health and wellness in the surrounding community.

HAPPY HOLIDAYS!

Aubrey Wiechman
316.268.1126


"Engaging Leaders and Business
 in Kansas to Support Health and 
Healthy Worksites"


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