Hearts Beat Back: The Heart of New Ulm Project (HONU) is a collaborative partnership of everyone 
in the  New Ulm community, working together to support  a community culture of wellness.
 
 NOVEMBER 2018                                                                                                                          Like us on Facebook     View our videos on YouTube     
 HEALTHY LIFESTYLES
Rethink Your Drink

Do you know how much sugar is really in the drinks you choose every day? You might be surprised! 

Learn more in this fun, short video from Minnesota State University Mankato nursing students Courtney, Danielle and Erica, who set out to help you and others "Rethink Your Drink"!

Rethink Your Drink
Rethink Your Drink

Nov. 15 is the Great American Smokeout

If you smoke, let the day be your day to start your journey toward a smoke-free life.  More info





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 UPCOMING EVENTS
Holiday Trimmings Registration is Now Open



 HONU PROJECT NEWS
Heart of New Ulm Has a New Website 

With The Heart of New Ulm's (HONU's) research phase ending in 2018, HONU is now owned by the entire New Ulm community! This means that YOU and everyone in our community is The Heart of New Ulm. It also means a few changes on where to find and contact us!

New website:
Our new website is www.heartofnewulm.com.

Thanks to the New Ulm Area Chamber of Commerce for hosting the HONU pages!


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New main contact 
and phone number:
In 2019, Jen Maurer will serve as the main program contact for HONU. Jen can be reached at:

507-217-5226
OR


Cindy Winters will also continue to be involved with the project, but on a more limited basis as she also continues her work with The Minneapolis Heart Institute Foundation helping other communities learn from the HONU model.
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Leadership and Action Teams:
The project is being led by a 12-person HONU Leadership Team that has representatives from many community groups and organizations, along with 11 Action Teams comprised of your friends and neighbors -- all working to improve health through many different avenues. By engaging people across our community, HONU helps facilitate and support partnerships that are best positioned to do the important work of sustaining a healthy New Ulm.

 
The information in this newsletter is not intended as  a substitute for professional medical care. 
Only your doctor can diagnose and treat a medical condition.