No April Fooling! The Best Kept Secrets in Pinal County

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On Friday, April 1, at 1 p.m. in the MountainView Ballroom, the Wellness Integrated Network of SaddleBrooke (WIN) presents “The Best-Kept Secrets in Pinal County.” No April Fools! Jan Vidimos, program director of Pinal County Public Health, will be filling us in on the programs and services available to us, which she calls the best-kept secrets in Pinal County! Ms. Vidimos is committed to helping people live healthy lives through prevention and awareness.

Jan Vidimos has worked in prevention since 1996, first in the Globe-Miami area at an area health education center, and for the last 23 years with the Pinal County Public Health Services District. Her prevention work has included domestic violence, tobacco use, chronic disease, teen pregnancy, substance misuse, communicable disease, and educational programs. The drive to promote healthy choices has led to rewarding interactions with preschool, elementary, middle school, and high school students; community members; inmate populations; and social service agencies. Ms. Vidimos currently oversees eight grants and the School Health Liaison (SHL) program. She supervises a staff of 13 talented individuals.

SaddleBrooke’s Wellness Integration Network connects SaddleBrooke residents with knowledgeable resources to learn more about options for wellness. We meet on the first Friday of each month, usually in the ballroom of the MountainView Clubhouse, at 1 p.m. The speakers and programs are free to the community, and reservations are not needed.

In addition to our First Friday program each month at the ballroom, WIN also offers small group classes on a variety of topics. Our upcoming small group classes are usually held in our homes and include:

Meditation (complimentary and in person)

Each Wednesday at the Agate Room of the MountainView Arts and Crafts Complex

3:30 p.m.: Instruction for new attendees

4 p.m.: Meditation

New class members can register at [email protected]

Know Your CBD (complimentary)

Tuesday, March 15, at 1 p.m. at the home of Barbara Barr

Tuesday, March 15, at 3:30 p.m. on Zoom

Register at [email protected]

Wellness Wisdom (complimentary Q & A)

Your questions about wellness

Friday, March 25, at 1 p.m. at the home of Barbara Barr

Register at [email protected]

First Degree Reiki

Friday and Saturday, April 15 and 16, at the home of Patti Gould

10 a.m. to 4 p.m. each day

Register at [email protected]

To learn more about our classes and get the latest updates by email, contact [email protected] to get on our email distribution list.

The Wellness Integrated Network is open to all SaddleBrooke residents. Come join our community of learners on our wellness journey. For more information, you can also contact Barbara Barr or Patti Gould at [email protected] or call 520-339-7400.