Will be CLOSED on May 16, 2018 due to training!
Everybody Yoga classes will be TONIGHT as usual and next week be moved to Tuesday, April 24th; then resume Thursday’s, May 3rd and May 10th for the final class of spring! 5:30PM, Zeba Hall.
Aquafit classes will be Thursday, May 3rd; then resume Tuesday’s, May 8th for the final class of spring! 10AM, Ojibwa Casino Pool.
No changes to Drum Away the Pounds. Every Wednesday until May 16th, 5:30PM, Seniors.
Please spread the word.
Diabetes Personal Action Toward Health (PATH)
Diabetes PATH is a self-management workshop aimed at empowering people to take an active role in managing diabetes. Over the course of 6 weeks, participants learn strategies to help them deal with difficult emotions, how to develop a healthy eating and exercise plan, goal setting and problem solving, and a variety of other tools to manage diabetes.
Adults of all ages interested in diabetes may attend, including adults with prediabetes, type 1 or type 2 diabetes, family members and caregivers.
Partners: MSU Extension, KBIC Health Center
Where: KBIC Conference Room
When: Thursdays May 24 - June 28
Time: 1 - 3:30 pm
Space is limited: Contact Erin Carter: 906.369.4572 or Mindy Lantz: 906.353.4548
Internet Safety Presentations
Tuesday, April 24 at 6:30 pm at Houghton High School
Wednesday, April 25 at 1:00 pm at Michigan Tech MUB Ball Room
Thursday, April 26 at 6:30 pm at Jeffers High School
These presentations contain sensitive content and are for adults only.
Keep in mind that the World Wide Web has no boundaries and that our children are no more isolated in the Upper Peninsula than anywhere else. SA Wilton will bridge the gap between the generations and provide basic/discreet computer/telephone forensic training for
monitoring our children’s online activities. The presentation is very real and fact based. Audiences have referred to it as “eye opening” and “a powerful message.” Audiences are encouraged to take notes and/or pictures for their future reference. In addition, instructional manuals referred to as “Smart Cards” for monitoring social media and etc. will be disseminated electronically to anyone interested. This is a free event open only to adults due to the subject matter. The presentation will contain actualcase examples which include explicit conversations amongst children and online predators as well as training that is not subject for children as we don’t want to teach them anything they don’t already know.
The Internet has become the preferred playground for child sex predators seeking innocent young victims.
Last year alone, HSI special agents logged nearly a million hours working child sexual exploitatio cases, opening more than 4,000 investigations.
Traditional Medicine Clinic starts Today and will be available throughout the weekend! Call Gerry to make an appointment.
Mind. Body. Spirit. Culture. Live well.
KBIC Health says for good health, you need both aerobic and muscle-strengthening exercise. One hundred and fifty minutes of exercise can be broken up through the week. Park in the back of the lot, take the stairs to get your blood moving, or utilize KBIC Health’s seasonal fitness courses. Our classes range from skill level, but we have a course for every BODY. Learn more by visiting KBICHealth.org or @KBICHealth on Facebook.
Yoga tonight!! Be sure to utilize all of KBIC Health’s fitness courses!
During this time, the Michigan Tobacco Quitline will offer a free, two-week supply of nicotine gum, patches or lozenges for all new enrollees who want to quit smoking or chewing tobacco. Tobacco users who would like to quit may call the Quitline phone number at 800-QUIT-NOW (800-784-8669). Enrollment is available 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
Tonight's Parent Circle will be at the Ojibwa Seniors! Tie-Dying is the plan so wear clothing that can get stained just in case. I will have smocks for the smaller humans.
Benefit from some healthy advice about stress and learn ways to reduce it, please see the attached flyer. There are 20 youth openings available.
Please contact me at the number or email below to sign up.
Baraga County Communities That Care
5 Baraga Ave. Unit #1
L'Anse, MI 49946
Anishinaabe Racial Justice Conference
“Healing Our Communities &
Empowering Our People”
WHO: Great Lakes Anishinaabe, People of Color, and Allies
WHAT: This conference will offer workshops, presentations, and coalition building on racial justice. We are working in collaboration with the following organizations: Michigan Roundtable for Diversity and Inclusion, Red Circle Consulting, Native Justice Coalition, Northern Michigan University - Center for Native American Studies, Michigan Technological University, Showing Up For Racial Justice - Keweenaw Chapter, and the Keweenaw Bay Indian Community.
WHERE: Keweenaw Bay Indian Community - Niiwin Akeaa Community Center, 111 Beartown Road, Baraga, MI 49908, Kchiwiikwedong
WHEN: April 13th - (Friday) 15th (Sunday) 2018
WHY: We believe in creating a safe and supportive space for Anishinaabe people, all people of color, and allies who support our work. Native American people have often and historically been left out of discussions on racial justice in the US. This conference seeks to change this narrative. We seek to center Anishinaabe and all Native American people in racial justice.
QUESTIONS: Please reach out to - Cecelia LaPointe - firstname.lastname@example.org
See agenda here: https://www.nativejustice.org/conference/
Share the Facebook event here: https://www.facebook.com/events/1756306184486675/
This is an award winning documentary about how toxic stress wreaks havoc on the brain and bodies of children and a movement to treat and prevent toxic stress and adverse childhood experiences (ACEs). We will have the video on loan from the Copper Country Great Start Collaborative.
The movie will be screened at the KBOCC L'Anse campus April 26th. A flyer for this screening is attached; please share it with anyone you think would be interested in attending.
TWO OJIBWE LIBRARY EVENTS HAPPENING IN APRIL
KBOCC will be having a free and open to the Public Career Fair this Friday, April 6, 2018 starting at 10am and ending at 2pm the event will be held at the KBOCC Wabanung Campus in L’Anse.
SNOWGA was a success! Thank you all who came out! ☀️❄️
The sun should peek out this afternoon for Snowga! Please join us TONIGHT at the L’Anse Township Park Trails (a little past the actual Township Park) for Yoga + Snowshoeing led by Tashina.
The weather will be slightly cooler, so boots, hats and mittens are must, snowshoes and poles are provided! *Thursday’s Everybody Yoga is moved to the Trails and will not be at the Zeba Hall. Arrive a little before 5:30pm! ❄️
Please share, for one time only our THURSDAY’S YOGA class will be meeting OUTDOORS (not at the Zeba Hall)! Yoga meets the snow! ❄️ The TRAILS DO HAVE SNOW, so we will be having snow shoes and poles provided - youth and adult sizes! The trails are walkable as well with boots if you prefer that. Also, dress warmly it’ll be a little colder with the sun out tomorrow, but also something you are able to move in. ☀️ Arrive a little early, 5:30pm we plan on moving! The trails are directly across from Taylor Road and a little past L’Anse Township Park. There is minimal parking, so becareful parking on the road. Ps. These photos were taken today! ❄️
Drum Away the Pounds, 5:30pm, we have shakers for kids to attend the upbeat dance class now! 🥁
SMART gardening, 5:00pm, tonight’s class is on “Seeds or Transplants”! 🌱
Tonight and more important then ever attend the “Opioids/Heroin in Indian Country”! Join the dialogue!
To be held at the following location: Zeba Hall/Community Center
16141 Zeba Road L'Anse, MI 49946 March 27, 2018
6:00 PM to 7:30 PM
The Opioid/Heroin in Indian Country will include:
> Identification and Effects of Opioids/Heroin drugs
> Fentanyl and causes of overdoses
> Combating opioids/heroin at the community level
> Investigation and Prosecution of Opioid/Heroin drug cases
April and May's Parent Circles are scheduled! Save the date!
The location will be offically announced when we've locked a venue. The tie dye one may be an outside venture since it can be pretty messy! Call to sign up!