A recap of CNO’s 31st Annual Tom Frazier Tee Off for Youth Golf Classic was given today, followed by a funny skit explaining the volunteers needed for the Haunted Trial.
CNOtes are blog articles about weekly Tuesday noon lunch meetings and monthly CNO 2.0 evening meetings.
People are facing unprecedented mental health challenges. Hoofprints offers a unique solution: Equine Assisted Learning (EAL), a scientifically proven therapy using horse interactions. Equine Assisted Activities can help clients with depression, anxiety, ADHD, conduct disorders, addiction, trauma, eating disorders, spectrum and health difficulties, dissociative disorders, Alzheimer’s disease, dementia, and other mental health difficulties.
Since 1985, Artemis Center has made great strides in the community, helping more than 100,000 victims and their children through crisis intervention, safety planning, education, and support. The name, “Artemis Center,” comes from Artemis, the Greek goddess. She is known as the goddess of light and protector of the vulnerable.
Tonight, we heard community updates from three community leaders who are also members of CNO. Mark Metzger, Recreation Director, spoke about the RecPlex. Kristen Marks, Park Director, spoke about the Centerville-Washington Park District. Liz Fultz, Washington-Centerville Library Director, spoke about the library and “The Wall that Heals.”