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Community Health Executive Sjolie Tapped to Helm Live Well Omaha

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Today Live Well Omaha announced its new executive director, Sarah Sjolie, MPA, BA, scheduled to begin June 8th. In this role Sjolie will promote the nonprofit organization and its mission of cultivating health partnerships within the community, and will manage staff and daily operations.

“We are very excited to have Sarah join Live Well Omaha,” said Live Well Omaha Board President Dr. Joann Schaefer. “She brings over a decade of experience working on health issues that matter to our community. We are confident that she will catalyze our existing collective efforts and lead us into growth opportunities as we seek to make Omaha the healthiest place to live and enjoy life.”

An Omaha native, Sjolie worked the past 11 years in various leadership capacities at CHI Health (formerly Alegent Creighton Health). In her most recent role as Director of Healthier Communities and Community Benefit she guided community health need assessments and led implementation and reporting requirements for 10 hospital locations while directing various system-wide healthier communities’ strategies in childhood obesity, violence prevention, and access to care.

Sjolie earned a Bachelor of Arts in Journalism and a co-major in Biology from Creighton University and a Master in Public Administration from the University of Nebraska at Omaha. She is a scholar of the UNMC Great Plains Public Health Leadership Institute, a Midlands Business Journal “40 Under 40” recipient, and co-chairs a statewide healthy policy change organization, Nebraska Action for Healthy Kids.

An active runner, Sjolie completed her first marathon in 2013, and is an advocate for the metro Omaha trail system, parks, and character-filled neighborhoods.

Sjolie replaces Anne Meysenburg, who is joining the Omaha Community Foundation as the Director of Community Investment, leading the foundation’s Nonprofit Capacity Building and Fund for Omaha grants programs.

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About Live Well Omaha

Live Well Omaha (LWO) is a long-term collaborative effort to improve the overall health of area residents and position Omaha as a thriving community now and into the future. The core functions are: communicate information, policy choices, policy implications, and programming options around what the data tells; be a catalyst and convener around community health issues; guide actions to determine and operationalize the agenda for healthy community programming; catalyze social and environmental health behavior change; and ensure that no matter what health topic arises, the infrastructure supports a collaborative effort to address it. Live Well Omaha is built on partnerships aimed at addressing health issues. LWO is headquartered at 1516 Cuming Street, www.livewellomaha.org.

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2015 Mayor’s Ride

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Join us Tuesday, May 12, 2015 at the Bob Kerrey Pedestrian Bridge to celebrate Bike to Work Week!

Proclamation at 8:00 AM and ride at 8:15 AM

Attending:

  • Mayor Rita Sanders, City of Bellevue
  • Mayor Matt Walsh, City of Council Bluffs
  • Mikki Frost & Brook Bench, City of Omaha

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Live Well Omaha Commuter Challenge – How to Sign Up

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Click the link below to view, download and share our in depth “How to Sign Up” handout.

LWOCC How to Sign Up

Start logging those miles on both websites on May 1st!

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Seeking Executive Director

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Executive Director Tapped by Omaha Community Foundation,

Live Well Omaha Seeks Executive Director

We are excited to announce that Executive Director Anne Meysenburg has accepted a position as Director of Community Investment at the Omaha Community Foundation.  In this role, Anne will be assisting OCF with its nonprofit capacity building efforts.  We wish her the best of luck in this new endeavor.

Please assist us as we seek an Executive Director.

Job Description

Executive Director

Live Well Omaha

Live Well Omaha  (LWO) is a non-profit collaborative with over a 20-year history of commitment to improving the overall health of area residents.  Live Well Omaha is committed to making Omaha a thriving and healthy community.  LWO does this by being the purveyor and communicator of data to guide decisions, the catalyst and convener around community health issues, and the incubator for new initiatives supporting healthy behavior.  The LWO collaborative is made up of diverse individuals, organizations and institutions.  It includes schools, health care professionals, faith-based and community-based organizations, private sector companies and officials from all levels of government.  The collaborative is committed to cultivating a physical and cultural environment that encourages everyone in Omaha and Douglas County to ensure that the healthy choice is the easiest choice at any time, in any place, and every time.

Job Summary:

Live Well Omaha (LWO) is seeking an energetic individual with strong leadership skills who can lead this well-established and successful community cross-sectorcollaborative to the next level. The executive director will promote LWO and its mission by cultivating commitment and partnerships within the community, develop and implement plans as directed by the Collaborating Council and the Executive Committee of the Board, and will manage staff and daily operations.

Responsibilities and Duties:

  1. Works with the Board of Directors and Collaborating Council to ensure implementation of the strategic plan.
  2. Coordinates efforts with partnering organizations such as health organizations, state and county offices, universities, and local business and associations to ensure that LWO compliments their efforts.
  3. Collects data and information for program development and evaluation and assists Task Group chairs in developing, implementing and evaluating data-driven and community-driven, outcome-accountable programs.
  4. Identifies informational and/or educational opportunities to carry forward the work of LWO and shares with appropriate partners.
  5. Serves as the LWO liaison to the community at large to gather and exchange information and keep abreast of other community initiatives.
  6. Coordinates media plans designed by the Public Relations Committee to raise public awareness of LWO’s progress and contributions.
  7. Leads the overall, day-to-day operations of LWO.
  8. Assesses organizational program and financial status and reports regularly to the Board of Directors.
  9. Works with accounting agency to maintain LWO’s finances. Monitors expenditures, prepares an annual budget and adheres to financial policies.
  10. Evaluates and recommends funding sources and strategies such as foundation, corporate, local, state and federal grants and fundraising through special events.
  11. Manages development of grant applications, participates in grant preparation as appropriate, and ensures grant accountability.
  12. Attends and/or arranges meetings and events relevant to the business of LWO.
  13. Maintains stakeholder database.
  14. Other duties as assigned

Qualifications:

  • Masters degree in Community Health, non profit management, planning or related field.
  • Five or more years of non-profit, government and/or related professional experience.
  • Leadership experience across diverse community groups and various business and community sectors
  • Successful experience with developing and implementing multi-organizational community projects
  • Excellent written and oral communication skills.
  • Demonstrated experience in developing grants and in meeting grant expectations
  • Strong computer skills

 

Salary: Salary commensurate with experience; benefit package is provided.

Apply via email or mail with a resume and cover letter including salary requirements to:

Anne Meysenburg, acting Executive Director

Live Well Omaha

PO Box 31518

Omaha, NE 68131

anne@livewellomaha.org

 

Position posting expires April 3rd, 2015.

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Member Spotlight: WELLCOM

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WELLCOM

WELLCOM, formerly the Wellness Council of the Midlands, was founded in 1982 in Omaha by the CEOs of Union Pacific Railroad, Mutual of Omaha, Valmont Industries, and Central States.  WELLCOM was the first nonprofit organization in the country with a focus on worksite wellness as a strategic business opportunity for companies of all sizes.  WELLCOM supports over 200 member organizations across Nebraska and Iowa who commit to creating a culture of health and well-being at the worksite, not only because of the positive business outcomes, but to support their most important resource; their people.

WELLCOM has collaborated with Live Well Omaha on many efforts throughout the years, however in 2012, our partnership became even closer when we became a co-sponsor of the Omaha Health Summit; Live Well Omaha’s signature event.  By joining forces on the Summit, both WELLCOM and Live Well Omaha are able to convey our missions to a broader audience.  The Omaha Health Summit now creates a setting where representatives from both the private sector and public sector come together to discuss issues that impact the entire community.  WELLCOM has enjoyed the opportunity to work more closely with the Live Well Omaha staff and board, and we look forward to continuing the effort of supporting each other’s mission throughout the community.
For more information about WELLCOM, please visit elevatingwellness.org.

 

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Healthy Successes in 2014

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Sometimes, it’s very easy to get lost in the day-to-day aspects of striving to make this community the healthiest place to live and forget about the amazing things that are currently happening.  And, as December is always a great time of reflection, we’d like to call attention to a few of this year’s successes due to the tireless work of so many community partners.

 

Douglas County Putting Prevention to Work

The work of improving our community’s health is complicated and requires a multi-faceted and collaborative approach.  For this reason, Douglas County Putting Prevention to Work is an effort that is near and dear to our hearts. This initiative has evolved over the five years since its inception, but its successes are numerous at the tail end of the Community Transformation Grant cycle that most recently supported its efforts.   Some of these include:  healthier options in grocery stores and vending machines, healthier environments for workplaces and schools, an increase in access to smoke-free housing, and increased care and management of high risk patients through an innovative clinical pharmacy program.  To learn more, check out behealthyomaha.org.

 

B-cycle expansion and name change

Omaha’s own bike sharing system, Omaha B-cycle, has now changed its name to Heartland B-cycle signaling a move towards a regional system.  With the name change also came an expansion for the system in the Omaha area and a move into Council Bluffs.  By the end of March 2015, there will be 31 total B-cycle kiosks and 170 bikes prepared to provide a readily accessible active transportation and recreation option for residents and visitors alike.  The support of many, many foundations, businesses, and organizations made the expansion possible.  More on Heartland B-cycle can be found here.

 

Bus Rapid Transit

When our friends at Metro Transit received federal funds through the Transportation Investment Generating Economic Recovery (TIGER) grant program, our little healthy hearts skipped a beat.  For one, multi-modal transportation is healthier for a variety of reasons.  Secondly, expanded transportation options help to connect people to healthier and fresher food, increased healthcare service amenities, greater job opportunities, and so many more things that impact the health of people in our community.  And third (but not finally), smart transportation expansion encourages smart (and healthy) community design.  More about this can be found here.

 

Charles Drew Health Center’s Earn-a-Bike Program

We don’t know anything more heartwarming than smiling kids on bikes.  Well, maybe a few things, but think about it.  It’s pretty darn heartwarming.  And our friends at Charles Drew Health Center collaborated with Live Well Omaha Kids, Live Well Omaha, and the Community Bike Project to provide 50 kids with bikes and locks.  The kids also received bike safety education and helmets courtesy of our friends at the Nebraska Department of Roads.

 

School-Based Dental Clinics

Building Healthy Futures, the amazing organization that has improved access to healthcare for our community’s kids by facilitating school-based health clinics also opened school-based dental clinics in 2014.   In this first year of operation, these clinics served an impressive 10,378. people.  By providing kids access to care, BHF brings them that much closer to academic success.

 

Metro Area Planning Agency

…just in general.  Between the current momentum of the Heartland Connections Regional Bike Ped Plan and the vision of the Heartland 2050 project, we are seriously excited about the happenings at the Metro Area Planning Agency.  All of this points towards a healthier future for our region.  And we are over-the-moon excited about the second iteration of our collaboration with both MAPA and Metro Transit on the Live Well Omaha Commuter Challenge in 2015.

 

The Family Dining Week

Families that eat together stay together.  Studies show that kids who eat at home with their families are more likely to try new foods and on average consume more nutrient-rich foods like low-fat dairy, vegetables, fruits and lean meats.  To support families in their efforts to eat at home as a family, Live Well Omaha Kids started the Family Dining Challenge.

Omaha Mayor Jean Stothert signed a proclamation declaring October 19-25, 2014 to be Family Dining Week. In collaboration with Mayor Stothert’s proclamation, Live Well Omaha Kids and many community partners planned and executed a one-week campaign to promote the Family Dining Challenge.  Nearly 800 more families from 85 zip codes pledged to make this healthy change and eat together at home more often.  Find out more about the Family Dining Challenge here.

 

Complete Streets

Complete Streets are streets for everyone.  They are designed to enable safe access for users of all ages and abilities. Complete Streets make it easy for people to cross the street, walk to shops, and drive or bicycle to work. They encourage efficient flow and help to ensure that buses run on time.   Most importantly in our minds, Complete Streets are healthier streets.

There are many important benefits, including:

  • Improved safety
  • Increased potential for economic development
  • Higher property values
  • Opportunities for increasing physical activity and healthy lifestyle choices
  • Efficient transportation of goods
  • Reduced traffic congestion
  • Access for children, older adults and people with disabilities
  • Improvements in air quality
  • A comprehensive integrated transportation network
  • Lower long-term costs for infrastructure

This year marked the beginning of an effort to make Complete Streets a reality for our community.  While it is a process, we are excited and proud to be a partner with our friends at Omaha by Design, the City of Omaha, the Douglas County Health Department, CHI – Health.  Learn more here.

 

These are certainly not the ONLY amazing and successful efforts seeking to make our community healthier.  There are, thankfully, just too many to mention.  And none of Live Well Omaha’s work would be possible without the support of our members including the following sustaining organizations and businesses:  Blue Cross Blue Shield of Nebraska, CHI – Health, ConAgra Foods, the Douglas County Health Department, Methodist Health System, Mutual of Omaha, Nebraska Health, Union Pacific, the University of Nebraska Medical Center and Valmont Industries.  Happy Holidays and thanks for all you do to make Omaha the healthiest place to live and enjoy life.

 

Many healthy regards,

 

Anne Meysenburg
Executive Director
Live Well Omaha

 

 

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LWO DIGEST – December 10, 2014

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TWEET OF THE WEEK
If you or your organization use Twitter, please consider sending out this tweet of the week:

Dress your bike with lights and join @omahabikes for #BikeDeLights on Friday! Details here: http://tinyurl.com/maz9jxo #healthyomaha

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NEWS REPORTS & BLOGS
Have you seen a news report about an individual or organization making our community more healthy? Please email me the link.

OMAHA WORLD-HERALD
“Mayor Stothert names 7 to city’s Active Living group”
http://goo.gl/XJa0QO

OMAHA WORLD-HERALD
“Quick activity breaks increase movement, resetting kids’ brains”
http://goo.gl/wYb6J1

NEW YORK TIMES
“Prescribing Vegetables, Not Pills”
http://goo.gl/kuR2mc

UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE
“USDA Announces New Support to Help Schools Purchase More Food from Local Farmers”
http://goo.gl/bGQde7

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EVENT
Cooking Matters at the Store Holiday Event Day!
Saturday. December 13
10:00-2:00
WalMart 5018 Ames Ave
http://cookingmattersomaha.org/blog/

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B-CYCLE SURVEY
We are conducting a research study to learn about bike sharing usage, physical fitness, and cycling behaviors in our community. The survey takes approximately 10 to 12 minutes to complete.
http://www.surveygizmo.com/s3/1794946/Omaha-B-cycle-User-Survey-Fall-2014

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SUPPORT LIVE WELL OMAHA WHILE HOLIDAY SHOPPING

AmazonSmile is a website operated by Amazon that lets customers enjoy the same wide selection of products and shopping features as on Amazon.com. The difference is that when customers shop on AmazonSmile, the AmazonSmile Foundation donates 0.5% of the price of eligible purchases to Live Well Omaha!

As a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization, we are dependent on grants, donations and other fundraising efforts. The next time you shop online, please check out http://smile.amazon.com/ch/47-0834161 …a portion of your purchase will support our work to make Omaha a healthier community!

Sign up here > http://smile.amazon.com/ch/47-0834161

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SPREAD THE WORD!
So many great things are happening to make Omaha a healthier community. To continue the momentum – and inspire individuals and organizations to join the movement, we share stories in this digest, our newsletter, on our website, and through social media. If your group has a story to tell (or ran across an interesting health news article), please send it our way! Here’s how:

> Submit news features for future issues of this digest, email me -
julie@livewellomaha.org

> Submit 2014 events for our website at
http://livewellomaha.org/event-submission/

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JOIN LIVE WELL OMAHA
Becoming a member of Live Well Omaha is an investment in your community. Please consider joining the movement! Corporate, organizational and individual memberships available. http://livewellomaha.org/join/

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LWO Digest – November 25, 2014

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TWEET OF THE WEEK
If you or your organization use Twitter, please consider sending out this tweet of the week:

Grab your running shoes & head out for a Turkey Trot on #Thanksgiving Day! Find an organized race or just make your own! #healthyomaha

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NEWS REPORTS & BLOGS
Have you seen a news report about an individual or organization making our community more healthy? Please email me the link.

AARP BLOG
How bikeability and walkability improve liveability:

http://goo.gl/7xgrjb

US NEWS & WORLD REPORT
“Kids Obese at Young Age Often Stay That Way, Study Shows”

http://goo.gl/Xxk2DV

ROBERT WOOD JOHNSON FOUNDATION
“Sugary Drinks FACTS 2014 – Marketing to Youth: Some Progress But Much Room to Improve”

http://goo.gl/srvSsY

THE PEW CHARITABLE TRUST
“California Parents Support Strong School Nutrition Standards”

http://goo.gl/pKAbxA

US FOOD & DRUG ADMINISTRATION
“FDA Issues Final Menu and Vending Machine Labeling Requirements”

http://goo.gl/F0MHbH

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SUPPORT LIVE WELL OMAHA WHILE HOLIDAY SHOPPING

AmazonSmile is a website operated by Amazon that lets customers enjoy the same wide selection of products and shopping features as on Amazon.com. The difference is that when customers shop on AmazonSmile, the AmazonSmile Foundation donates 0.5% of the price of eligible purchases to Live Well Omaha!

As a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization, we are dependent on grants, donations and other fundraising efforts. The next time you shop online, please check out http://smile.amazon.com/ch/47-0834161 …a portion of your purchase will support our work to make Omaha a healthier community!

Sign up here > http://smile.amazon.com/ch/47-0834161

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SPREAD THE WORD!
So many great things are happening to make Omaha a healthier community. To continue the momentum – and inspire individuals and organizations to join the movement, we share stories in this digest, our newsletter, on our website, and through social media. If your group has a story to tell (or ran across an interesting health news article), please send it our way! Here’s how:

> Submit news features for future issues of this digest, email me -
> julie@livewellomaha.org

> Submit 2014 events for our website at
> http://livewellomaha.org/event-submission/

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JOIN LIVE WELL OMAHA
Becoming a member of Live Well Omaha is an investment in your community. Please consider joining the movement! Corporate, organizational and individual memberships available. http://livewellomaha.org/join/

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LWO Digest – November 18, 2014

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TWEET OF THE WEEK
If you or your organization use Twitter, please consider sending out this tweet of the week:

Timely reminder to keep sidewalks clear. Kids walking to bus stops out early, in the dark, can’t see icy patches. #healthyomaha

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NEWS REPORTS & BLOGS
Have you seen a news report about an individual or organization making our community more healthy? Please email me the link.
OMAHA WORLD-HERALD
“‘Complete streets’ effort aims to balance transportation options for Omaha”

http://goo.gl/wrFqnR

WASHINGTON POST
“How the soda industry met its match in one of America’s most liberal cities”

http://goo.gl/TqnBA4

LIVE WELL NEBRASKA (Omaha World-Herald)
“At Science Cafe, UNMC public health official sets record straight on Ebola”

http://goo.gl/jQn95y

Heartland B-cycle expansion update: https://heartland.bcycle.com/default.aspx

HUFFINGTON POST
“Kids Try Brussels Sprouts, Actually Like Them A Whole Lot”

http://goo.gl/ZbASMc

THE ATLANTIC
“Inside the New School Lunch”

http://goo.gl/zEjZ1Q

POLITICO
“Berkeley breaks through on soda tax”

http://goo.gl/7HQfuQ

UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS AT AUSTIN
“Overweight Children Who Eat Vegetables Are Healthier, Research Finds”

http://goo.gl/YyLOkn

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EVENTS

Winter Bicycle Commuting Clinic
Sunday, November 23, 2014
4:00 PM to 5:30 PM
UNO Community Engagement Center
University of Nebraska Omaha
COST: FREE
Learn all of tips and tricks you’ll need to stay warm and safe this winter from two experienced year-round cyclists. Everyone in attendance will receive a FREE bike light set and be eligible to win a commuter backpack and other prizes.
REGISTER: http://goo.gl/GLJESx

Cranksgiving Omaha 2014
November 23, 2014 – 11:00 a.m.
Omaha Bicycle Company
6015 Maple Street
Cranksgiving is part bike ride, part scavenger hunt, and part food drive. Bring a bike, a bag, a lock, and about $15-$20 to buy food. The winners will receive prizes (the prizes will be whatever we can scrounge up for cheap or free) and all the food goes to Food Bank for the Heartland.

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Fact: You love to ride your bike. Problem: it is FREEZING outside! We have a 2-part solution!
1) Attend the Winter Cycling Clinic on Sunday, November 23 http://goo.gl/GLJESx to learn from experienced all weather riders on how you can stay safe and warm.
2) Second: Track your progress and stay motivated by signing up for our “Winter Cycling Challenge” https://www.endomondo.com/challenges/19093104

As always, our winter challenge is informal, with the only prizes on the line are bragging rights and pride of a (cold!) job well done. As they say: there is no such thing as bad weather, just inappropriate clothing!

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SPREAD THE WORD!
So many great things are happening to make Omaha a healthier community. To continue the momentum – and inspire individuals and organizations to join the movement, we share stories in this digest, our newsletter, on our website, and through social media. If your group has a story to tell (or ran across an interesting health news article), please send it our way! Here’s how:

> Submit news features for future issues of this digest, email me -
> julie@livewellomaha.org

> Submit 2014 events for our website at
> http://livewellomaha.org/event-submission/

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JOIN LIVE WELL OMAHA
Becoming a member of Live Well Omaha is an investment in your community. Please consider joining the movement! Corporate, organizational and individual memberships available. http://livewellomaha.org/join/

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Live Well Omaha Digest – October 29, 2014

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TWEET OF THE WEEK
If you or your organization use Twitter, please consider sending this “shout out” message:

Healthy #Halloween tips from @CDCgov http://goo.gl/KAojzl #healthyomaha

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NEWS REPORTS & BLOGS
Have you seen a news report about an individual or organization making our community more healthy? Please email me the link.
BETTER CITIES & TOWNS
“Compact and connected communities improve public health”

http://goo.gl/5Lf1gr

OMAHA WORLD-HERALD
“With Aksarben Village feel, Council Bluffs’ ‘River’s Edge’ gains momentum”
(Updates coming to Rivers Edge Park will be bike/ped friendly!)

http://goo.gl/Hpzlz7

KETV CHANNEL 7 – (ABC)
“Firefighter makes it his mission to ensure kids have bikes”

http://goo.gl/e6ZQq9

ROBERT WOOD JOHNSON FOUNDATOIN
“Neighborhood Influences on Girls Obesity Risk Across the Transition to Adolescence”

http://goo.gl/j4O794

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EVENTS

Cranksgiving Omaha 2014
November 23, 2014 – 11:00 a.m.
Omaha Bicycle Company
6015 Maple Street
Cranksgiving is part bike ride, part scavenger hunt, and part food drive. Bring a bike, a bag, a lock, and about $15-$20 to buy food. The winners will receive prizes (the prizes will be whatever we can scrounge up for cheap or free) and all the food goes to Food Bank for the Heartland.

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SPREAD THE WORD!
So many great things are happening to make Omaha a healthier community. To continue the momentum – and inspire individuals and organizations to join the movement, we share stories in this digest, our newsletter, on our website, and through social media. If your group has a story to tell (or ran across an interesting health news article), please send it our way! Here’s how:

> Submit news features for future issues of this digest, email me -
> anne@livewellomaha.org

> Submit 2014 events for our website at
> http://livewellomaha.org/event-submission/

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JOIN LIVE WELL OMAHA
Becoming a member of Live Well Omaha is an investment in your community. Please consider joining the movement! Corporate, organizational and individual memberships available. http://livewellomaha.org/join/

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