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Histoire: Pueblo Crossroads Event in Zia, NM

The Pueblo of Zia, NM, hosted their Pueblo Crossroads event on Wednesday, July 29, 2015, starting with registration and various health booths at 5:30 pm.  The event began around 6:30 pm with approximately 214 participants with 193 signing up for the run/walk series.  The event was held inside the T’siya Day School gym and the trails outside the school.  Wings of America staff provided the warm up and stretching exercises.  Opening remarks were led by Judithe Gachupin who welcomed the participants and provided directions for the trails.  It was cloudy but hot throughout the event, fortunately, it started to rain until after the event was over.  Snacks were provided in the school foyer outside which included water, watermelon, and power bars.  Everyone who signed in to walk or run received a T-shirt, compliments of the Five Sandoval Indian Pueblo Prevention program. If you have any questions, please contact Judithe Gachupin at (505) 321-0815.

The Pueblo Crossroads mission is “Pueblos working together to promote health and wellness”.  This event was sponsored by the Zia Health Task Force, and the Pueblo Crossroads Committee in collaboration with Wings of America.

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Histoire: Pueblo Crossroads in Isleta, NM

On Saturday, April 18, 2015, the Pueblo of Isleta, NM, held their Pueblo Crossroads event with registration beginning at 9:00 am and approximately 113 participants signing up. Around 10 am, Rick Jiron, Isleta Recreation Director, welcomed the participants and presented a plaque to Bernie Jojola’s family.  Jojola and eight of the 19 Pueblos in New Mexico created Pueblo Crossroads.  The 3.2 mile challenge run up “Big Momma” hill was followed by a 1 and 2 mile walk.  It was a nice cool morning with a little bit of wind, but otherwise sunny throughout the event.  Cold water and orange slices were provided at the end of the run/walk.  Everyone who participated received a Bernie Jojola T-shirt, compliments of the Isleta Recreation Department.  Any questions please contact Phillip Abeita at (505) 869-9777.

The Pueblo Crossroads mission is “Pueblos working together to promote health and wellness”.  The event was sponsored by the Pueblo of Isleta Recreation Center in collaboration with Wings of America and the Pueblo Crossroads Committee.

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Histoire: Susanville Indian Rancheria Lassen Indian Health Center

30 août 2015 12:56
Contribué par :  Lassen Indian Health Center

In September the Susanville Indian Rancheria Lassen Indian Health Center, will host it's annual "JUST MOVE IT" walk, run, or hike event. This event will be held at the Susanville Ranch Park. It's wonderful to see our community come out and enjoy this event. We are preparing an looking forward to the 2015 "JUST MOVE IT" walk, run or hike event. Thank you for helping our Native American community to just move it.   




Histoire: Morongo THRIVE Event

12 août 2015 22:39
Contribué par :  Just Move It - CA

The Just Move It (JMI) California Partners Team was invited to provide a table at the Morongo THRIVE Wellness Community Event on August 6th.  The THRIVE Event, hosted by the Morongo Band of Mission Indians Tribal Office & Staff, provided a health fair with many local resource organizations for the community spanning from Barstow to Indio in the counties of San Bernardino and Riverside in Southern California.  The JMI CA Team offered support for our CA Partners in attendance, the Morongo Fitness Center and the Riverside-San Bernardino County Indian Health Diabetes Program, and provided information about the Just Move It website.  Participants that stopped by the table received a handout on how to access their regional activities on the Just Move It webpage, nice reuseable spacesaver waterbottles, and a chance to win a great tote bag which included four JMI CA Challenge Tshirts and the Physical Activity Kit (PAK).  There were about 75 community participants and 150 total in attendance at the Morongo THRIVE Wellness Event.

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