Flag Football 2018
ATTENTION: PARENTS & KIDS
NFL Flag Football powered by Youth Advantage
What: Six Week NFL Flag Football League
Who: Boys & Girls in four co-ed age divisions:
8 & under, 9-10, 11-12, and 13-18
When: May 5th to June 9th (Saturdays 9:00 am – 12:30 pm)
Where: Pierce Field (turf field), 890 Tifft St (corner of South Park Ave), Buffalo, NY
Cost: $50* (includes a reversible Buffalo Bills jersey, a flag belt
& six-week participation fee)
Payment: check or money order made out to Youth Advantage and sent to 65
Niagara Square, Room 607, Buffalo, NY 14202 or by Paypal at the jotform link.
Parents must first sign the NFL waiver form at both links below using the team name
YOUTH ADVANTAGE FLAG
Please Join Us for National Walk at Lunch Day!
Please join Refresh Editor, Scott Scanlon and Phil Haberstro of the Wellness Institute for a 30 minute guided walk!
- Date: Wednesday, April 25, 2018
- Time: 12:15 PM
- Location: Walk meets and ends in the lobby of the Buffalo News
Wellness resources will be offered at the vendor tables!
Robert Wood Johnson 9th Annual County Health Ranking
Haberstro addresses Healthy Communities movement !
The February Speaker/Lunch Series hosted by the Women's Society of the Unitarian Universalist Church of Buffalo, 695 Elmwood Ave. at West Ferry Street featured PHIL HABERSTRO founder of the Wellness Institute of Greater Buffalo .
The program began at 11:30AM with a presentation by Phil Haberstro, executive director of the Wellness Institute of Greater Buffalo, on "Creating Healthy Communities- A Strategic Path to Improving Quality of Life." Mr Haberstro addressed the need to be strategic and perserver in creating positive culture change- Phil commemnded the on going social capital building work of the of the Womens Society.
Mr Haberstro's remarks were recorded and are avialble at the Imagine Buffalo web site www.Imaginelifelonglearning.com created by Mr Dennis Galucki. The site also contains info on up coming free Spring and Fall Wellness walks organized by Mr Galucki.
Collaborative Wellness effort afoot to help improve County health rankings!
When Michael Kearns looked at the analytics of his 142nd Assembly District three years ago, he didn't like what he saw in terms of health and well-being. Erie County – including much of the Southtowns and Buffalo, which make up the district – ranked 54th out of 62 counties in the New York State health rankings. It would fall to 57th the following year.
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