Multicultural Wellness Network MOTTEP
  Promoting Healthy Lifestyles

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There Is NO CHARGE For This Event

For Those Young A Heart

Sponsors: Focal Point Grant NWICA ,Anthem

Paint & Sip

You may not start a new career but you’re sure to experience  accomplishment, relaxed, enjoy hors d'oeuvres while sipping on  select  wines while following instructions to creating a canvas of your own doing.  Think about how you'll sign your picture at our next Paint & Sip.

 W.O.W. Fest at Jeorse Park offered more fun and additional cultural  experience for all that attended.


Pastor Homer Walker of Living Water Baptist Church in partnership with Heartland Blood Center invited Multicultural Wellness Network to setup a table to distribute information as the congregation and the community set aside time this weekend during interment rain to donate blood to give those in need a chance for a better, healthier life. 

Thank you for the gift of life!            

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    On This Day

    Official Citation by The Gary Common Council, Observing Breastfeeding Awareness Month.
    (L-R) Mary Brown, Council Woman; Rise Ratney, Healthy Start; Paulette Maxie, Nurse Family Partnership; Shelia George, Multicultural Wellness Network.  Also, introducing: Milky Way Cafe Meeting Place for Mom's-Gary Neighborhood Center, 300 West 21st Ave, Gary, IN, 1st & 3rd  Saturday

    11:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.

    National MOTTEP    Washington, D.C

    Website

    www.mwnmottep.org

    P.O. Box 1556

    Highland, IN 46322

    Telephone: 219-985-9504

    Fax: 219-980-8566

    MOTTEP  Founder

        Clive O. Callender  (Born 1936)

    Is one of the foremost specialists in organ transplant medicine in the United States. The Howard University Hospital surgeon has focused much of his career on transplant medicine among minority segments of the population, along with the unique health and social issues relevant to them as potential donors.

    Citizens of the region received and discussed issues of health at Purdue University  NW.  A knowledgeable  facilitator  answered  topics  of  discussion  as they rotated  to  tables as determined  by the  moderator.