Connecting to the Community

Connecting to the Community: Jane

One key part of your health is your connection to your community. And one way to connect with your community is to get involved and give back. Each month, we feature different ways members of the Northshore Acupuncture Center community are rolling up their sleeves and giving back.

This month, we are featuring Jane’s involvement with the Friends of the Evanston Farmers Markets.

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Connecting to the Community: Niki

One key part of your health is your connection to your community. And one way to connect with your community is to get involved and give back. Each Saturday, we feature different ways members of the Northshore Acupuncture Center community are rolling up their sleeves and giving back.

This week, we are featuring Niki’s involvement with the North Shore Board of the Northwestern Settlement. continue reading »

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Connecting to the Community: Megan

One key part of your health is your connection to your community. And one way to connect with your community is to get involved and give back. Each Saturday, we feature different ways members of the Northshore Acupuncture Center community are rolling up their sleeves and giving back.

This week we are featuring doTERRA’s Healing Hands Foundation. continue reading »

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Connecting to the Community: Lynn

One key part of your health is your connection to your community. And one way to connect with your community is to get involved and give back. Each Saturday, we feature different ways members of the Northshore Acupuncture Center community are rolling up their sleeves and giving back.

This week we are featuring Lynn’s involvement with Random Acts of Flowers, a non-profit organization that recycles and repurposes donated flowers for delivery to patients in area healthcare facilities. continue reading »

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Connecting to the Community: Adopt A Senior

One key part of your health is your connection to your community. And one way to connect with your community is to get involved and give back. Each Saturday, we feature different ways members of the Northshore Acupuncture Center community are rolling up their sleeves and giving back.

 

This week we are featuring Paula’s Adopt-A-Senior for Valentine’s Day program. You can participate through February 13th. A donation of $15 buys an adopted senior a hand cream, Valentine’s treat and a kind note. If you would like to sponsor multiple seniors, you can sponsor 3 for $40, 5 for $70, or 8 for $100. If it is easier for you, you can drop checks or cash at my office through Monday, and I will give it to Paula.

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