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Events & Happenings

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*Just a reminder that your Wellness Bingo cards ended on Friday, May 3rd.
Please send them to Bev Gill before the end of the day on May 7th.*


Cigna Employee Assistance Program Presents:

TRY IT! EXPLORING NEW THINGS

Wednesday, May 8, 2013 at 1 p.m. CT (2 p.m. ET/11 a.m. PT)*

Go to work. Go home. Go to bed. Repeat. If you feel like you are going through the motions of life, but not really living, this seminar is for you. You'll learn how to tell if you are in a rut and get strategies to break out of it. We'll share ideas and inspiration to help you reap the rewards of trying new things.

4 Now Available as a Webcast!

Cigna's Employee Assistance Program (EAP) is proud to offer our National EAP Wellness Seminars in both webcast and telephonic format.

Please pre-register for the live webcast or telephonic presentation online at: ExploreNewThings

Can’t make the live presentation?

Webcast: On-demand replay is available starting 2 hours after the live presentation at: ExploreNewThings

Telephonic: Replay will be available starting 2 hours after the live presentation and remain available for 10 days. To access the replay: dial 888-203-1112 and use Passcode: 8231345

Seminar materials are available for download at: ExploreNewThings


No matter what you need, chances are we can help.
Best of all it’s free.


 

EARTHDAY!

Monday, April 22nd, is Earth Day!


The Community Garden behind the Farmhouse will have 5 new raised beds and
30 yards of compost delivered! The garden grows organic vegetables for the
Augusta Food Bank.

We need volunteers from 10:00 am - 2:00 pm to help us shovel compost in the
raised beds (both the new ones and the 5 we already have).*Wear work clothes and shoes! Bring your own shovel if you can!

Brought to you by the Office of Civic Engagement

and the UMA Employee Wellness Program

FMI: valerie.marsh@maine.edu


 

Move and Improve Registration Deadline is March 29

It's not to late..........*PROGRAM GOALS*.....................Engage is moderate physical activity

for a minimum of eight of the twelve weeks at the goal you choose. There
are 5 different levels, so they is something for everyone.
Visit the website at *www.moveandimprove.org* to register and get started on your journey toward wellness!

PROGRAM COST........................FREE
PROGRAM LENGTH...................12 WEEKS (MARCH 3 - MAY 25)
PROGRAM REGISTRATION.........THROUGH MARCH 29*

*PROGRAM GOALS*.....................Engage is moderate physical activity for a minimum of eight of the twelve weeks at the goal you choose. There are 5 different levels, so they is something for everyone.

Record your results online between April 28th and June 3. You could win $100.00

Once registration has closed the Wellness Team will draw from all
registered participants for a Move & Improve tee shirt.