Menominee County/Nation Strong Women

The Strong Women program will be starting a new class on Wednesday, March 29th. Stop at the UW-Extension office in the CTC Center (Room TC209) on the CMN campus to pick up a packet of materials if you missed the March 8th informational meeting.  Classes will be held Monday and Wednesday mornings from 9-10:00 in the Cultural Learning Center on the CMN campus. There is NO fee for the class and elders may ride transit for free to class by calling 715-799-3222.  All equipment for the class has been provided through a grant through the Menominee Tribal Clinic.

Strong Women is an exercise program for middle-aged and older women.  The program is based on years of research on how strength training and proper nutrition improve the health of women of all ages.  This strength training program has been found to improve bone density, reduce falls, improve arthritis symptoms, and increase flexibility and strength. Call Dawn Doperalski, UW-Extension Menominee County/Nation Family Living Educator, at 715-799-6226, ext 5714 to sign up or for additional information.