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Arden Hills Presents Wellness Seminar on Weight Management

Arden Hills Presents Wellness Seminar on Weight Management

Many people struggle much of their lives with achieving and maintaining an ideal weight.  Find out what factors are sabotaging your efforts to lose or maintain your weight when Nutritionist Irene Roltsch presents a special Wellness Education Seminar at Arden Hills on Wednesday, August 21, from 6 to 7 p.m..  Participants will learn about how to control eating behaviors, nutrition savvy grocery shopping ideas, effective eating out strategies, cooking and recipe modification tips, and travel-friendly snacking alternatives.

For more information about this special Wellness Education Seminar at Arden Hills, please call 916-482-6111 or visit www.ardenhills.net
 

Street Sense - This 4-Hour Class May Save Your Daughter's Life!

Street Sense -  This 4-Hour Class May Save Your Daughter's Life!

Eppie's Great Race this Saturday!

Eppie's Great Race this Saturday!

40th Annual ‘Eppie’s Great Race’ - Saturday, July 20, 2013

Tour the Trees of McKinley Park

Tour the Trees of McKinley Park

Join the Sacramento Tree Foundation for a tree tour of Sacramento’s beloved McKinley Park. The tours will begin near the Shepard Garden and Art Center parking lot. The tours will be lead by a Certified Arborist. 

Participants are encouraged to bring a tablet or smartphone and will be shown how to identify trees, edit data, and a lot more using GreenprintMaps.  Digital technology is not required to enjoy the trees and the tour.

Tour Begins/Ends: Shepard Garden and Art Center: 3330 McKinley Blvd., Sacramento 95816

Tour dates:

Tuesday, July 30, 6:30-8:00pm.

Tuesday, August 20, 6:30-8:00pm.

Monday, September 23, 6:00-7:30pm.

Visit www.sactree.com/events for more information and to register.

Arden Hills Presents Wellness Seminar on Aging

Arden Hills Presents Wellness Seminar on Aging

As time marches on, change is inevitable and aging is just part of the journey of life.  Both sudden and gradual changes in our minds and bodies are often accompanied by challenges but also with gifts that are frequently overlooked. Don’t miss the opportunity to attend a special "Wellness Education Seminar: Aging -- a Continuation of Change" on Wednesday, July 10, from 6 to 7 p.m.  Guests will have the chance to listen to an expert guest speaker who will provide a fresh perspective and helpful tips to manage and embrace future changes so we will all age gracefully.

For more information about this special Wellness Education Seminar at Arden Hills, please call 916-482-6111 or visit www.ardenhills.net
 

Arden Hills Presents Wellness Seminar on How to Fuel for Health & Fitness

Arden Hills Presents Wellness Seminar on How to Fuel for Health & Fitness

Mark your calendar to attend a special Wellness Education Seminar at Arden Hills happening this Wednesday, June 5 at 6 p.m. focused on an interesting (and often misunderstood) topic: “Pre & Post Workout Nutrition: Fueling for Health & Fitness!” 

Arden Hills’ Registered Dietitian Jackie Barcal will shed light on what the best foods are to eat before, during and after workouts to improve performance and expedite recovery.  Pre and post workout food samples will also be available for tasting.

For more information about this special Wellness Education Seminar at Arden Hills, please call 916-482-6111 or visit www.ardenhills.net
 

Meet Tilly a therapy dog at Sutter Roseville

Meet Tilly a therapy dog at Sutter Roseville

Tilly, a big shaggy black Newfoundland dog, ambles into Sutter Roseville Medical Center by the side of her owner and handler, Sherri Smith. The two are visiting patients in the medical center to bring some comfort and happiness to an otherwise routine medical stay. 

The program is a new service within Sutter Roseville Medical Center’s Auxiliary Volunteer Services. Tilly and Sherri became members of the hospital Auxiliary in order to participate in the pet therapy program.

Five year old Tilly, who is friendly and calm, fits the criteria for a therapy dog as she does very well in strange settings.  Even so, she had to undergo training to be a therapy dog and afterward had to pass a test for certification. 

Tilly began visiting patients three years ago at Ohio State University Medical Center where she was the first dog to visit patients in the medical center’s burn unit.