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- Boogie Woogie Mamas Raise Funds for Clinic
- KIDS: How Does Their Garden Grow?
- Lancaster unveils 2011 UNITED project winners
- 4th Annual Warford 5k Walk for Wellness
- Huge Turnout or Day of Service
- AV lacking in Mental Health Services
- November AV Baby Babble Newsletter
- Family Planning Clinic in the Antelope Valley
- Project Get Fit Attracts Kids with “Exergaming”
- Conquering the Kitchen in AV Healthy Kids Cook-Off
- Asking For Help To Earn His Wings
- United We Mentor – Project Backpack
- AV Baby Babble – AVPH Newsletter
- Lancaster HEAL Zone Partnership
- Wellness Homes Community Service Projects
Valley press, Monday August 15, 2011 LANCASTER – Antelope Valley Community Clinic got a $17,400 boost, thanks to the Boogie Woogie Mamas dance troupe. Twenty-Two members of the Boogie Woogie Mamas met at the Lancaster clinic last week to give … Read More
Wellness Home project shows how to grow produce, flowers By Samantha Macconnel, Valley Press Staff Writer LANCASTER- Master gardener Elizabeth O’Brien and Jean Varden helped Lancaster youngsters learn the fundamentals and value of growing their own vegetable gardens. Sixth-graders from … Read More
Antelope Valley Press, August 24, 2011 LANCASTER – The seven winning projects for Lancaster‘s second annual Uniting Neighbors in a Team Effort, or UNITE, program have been unveiled by city officials. A variety of community organizations and neighborhood groups will … Read More
Please join us for the 4th Annual Warford 5k Walk for Wellness. This year’s event will take place at American Heroes Park, 710 Kettering Street, Lancaster, CA 93534. Registration begins at 8 am. Walking Groups are now forming.
Thousands of volunteers lend a hand January 20th, 2013 By Claudia Lopez, Valley Press Staff Writer. LANCASTER – Nearly 2,000 people grabbed old clothes, paint and brushes, cleaning supplies, gardening tools and more Saturday for the sixth annual Martin Luther … Read More
- Antelope Valley Press HELP NEEDED Guest and speakers attend Los Angeles County Mental Health Commission meeting Thursday at the Mental Health America offices in Lancaster. The Antelope Valley has the highest incidences of depression and suicide in the county, … Read More
November 2012 Volume 2, Issue 2 Antelope Valley Partners for Health ~ Black Infant Health Children’s Bureau PFF~ Children’s Center of AV Click on the image to download the newsletter.
When I was a child, my dad referred to me and other siblings as “rabbits”. When you have a Daddy and Mommy rabbit, you get little rabbits. But what is one to do when there are more than enough little … Read More
City of Lancaster, March 2012 The City of Lancaster, Antelope Valley Partners for Health (AVPH), Kaiser Permanente, UCLA and Walmart have teamed up to help youngsters and teens beat childhood obesity. AVPH is overseeing the program through a grant provided … Read More
AV Press, August 3, 2012 LANCASTER – Kids of all ages braved the warm temperatures Thursday to participate in a variety of sports and activities at Lancaster Municipal Stadium, while others showed their knack for cooking. About 400 kids who … Read More
Antelope Valley Press, August 2, 2012 The road to becoming an Eagle Scout is a long and difficult one, but for 17-year-old Robert Smith of Boy Scout Troop 408, the journey is almost complete. The final requirement to earn the … Read More
Dear Community Member: United We Mentor (UWM) is a program working in collaboration with AV Partners for Health to empower children to gain a positive outlook on life and succeed academically. We accomplish this by matching at-risk youth with positive … Read More
July 2012 Volume 2, Issue 1 Click on the image below to download the newsletter. TOUCHTIME® for DADS and their BABIES On June 20th, a Celebration of Dads took place in partnership with TouchTime® and MENFOLK at the Palmdale School Districts … Read More
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE March 27, 2012 Contacts: Joseph Cabral, City of Lancaster (661) 723-6053 or email@example.com Tiara Sigaran, AVPH (661) 942-4719 ext. 459 or firstname.lastname@example.org Lancaster HEAL Zone Partnership to Tackle Obesity by Providing Opportunities for Residents to Eat Healthier … Read More
Calling all volunteers interested in maintaining the yards of our seven Wellness Homes which serve low-income neighborhoods! If interested in this or any other volunteer opportunities, please contact Trish Bogna at 661-992-4719, ext 458.
United We Mentor celebrated National Mentoring Month by attending a trip to the Natural History Museum of LA County and the African-American Museum on January 28, 2012. The bus and event were sponsored by the Lancaster West Rotary Club. Many … Read More
AV Press, Tuesday December 20, 2011 LANCASTER- Among roughly 80,000 youngsters residing in the Antelope Valley, 35,000 qualify as obese. Lancaster Mayor R. Rex Parris revealed that statistic Monday morning at the launch of a new program being implemented to … Read More
December 12-16, 2011 From 12:00pm to 2:00pm December 17, 2011 (FREE) 10:00am to 12:00pm 1st Annual Wellness Home Holiday Home Tour Wellness Home Locations: (click here for directions) Tend Wellness Home Lowtree Wellness Home Desert View Wellness Home Mariposa Wellness Home Piute … Read More
1st Session begins January 2, 2012! 6 Week Nutrition and Fitness Program Project Get Fit is located at: (click here for directions) Tend Wellness Home Lowtree Wellness Home Desert View Wellness Home Mariposa Wellness Home Piute Wellness Home Program Features: Circuit Training Kinect Game … Read More
October 13, 6PM John P. Eliopulos Hellnic Center Special Recognition to Wellness Home Sponsors Entertainment Art Auction Featuring Local Artists Special Keynote Speaker All Proceed will support “Project Wellness Home” For more information contact Nancy Unger (661) 942-4719, ext 461 or … Read More