Events

September 21, 2017

Recovery Walk 2017

4:00 pm – 5:00 pm- Shuttle running from Big Bear to St Isaac Jogues-Please take advantage of this service. Park you vehicle at the Chi Mukwa parking lot. It will provide more room for our featured speaker and you vehicle will be waiting for you at the conclusion of the day’s events!

Beginning at 4:30 pm at St. Isaac Jogue’s Church at 1529 Marquette Ave in Sault Ste Marie, the first 150 community members to register for the walk will receive a free Recovery Walk T-shirt 

The walk begins at 5:30  pm starting St. Isaac Jogue’s Church ending in a community barbeque at the Chi Mukwa Community Recreation Center.

Children’s Activities begin at 5 p.m. at the Chi Mukwa Community Center. This include games, prizes, crafts table and jumping castle. Dinner will be provided starting immediately after the walk. This event is free of charge.

5:00 pm-Rob McRorie, featured speaker in St Isaac Jogues Parking Lot, prior to the walk

5:30 pmDrum & Singers-Along Walking Route

6:45 pm – 7:45 pm – Recovery Yoga demonstration

6:30 pm -8:00 pm-Shuttle running from Big Bear to St Isaac Jogues

Please join us, let your voices be heard and your smiles be appreciated on Thursday, September 21st at our Seventh Annual Recovery Walk. This year’s theme, “Join the Voices for Recovery: Strengthen Families and Communities,” encourages communities to be socially inclusive, offering those in need of recovery support the chance to seek help, lend a hand, and contribute to their community as citizens, parents, employees, students, volunteers, and leaders. Communities can improve the lives of those in recovery by extending opportunities for meaningful daily activities, such as jobs, school, volunteerism, family caretaking, or creative endeavors. Local communities can play a significant role in supporting those in recovery as they gain the independence, income, and resources necessary to fully participate in society. This year’s theme, “Join the Voices for Recovery: Strengthen Families and Communities,” encourages communities to be socially inclusive, offering those in need of recovery support the chance to seek help, lend a hand, and contribute to their community as citizens, parents, employees, students, volunteers, and leaders. Communities can improve the lives of those in recovery by extending opportunities for meaningful daily activities, such as jobs, school, volunteerism, family caretaking, or creative endeavors. Local communities can play a significant role in supporting those in recovery as they gain the independence, income, and resources necessary to fully participate in society. Please come out and show your support.

If you have any questions, please call Sault Tribe Behavioral Health, 635-6075, or Pat McKelvie at Sault Tribal Court, 635-4963

I look forward to seeing each and everyone of your smiling faces!

P.S. We could use a few more volunteers at the Big Bear.

Patrick McKelvie
Specialty Court Coordinator
Sault Ste. Marie
Chippewa Tribal Court
2175 Shunk Road
Sault Ste. Marie, MI 49783
906.635.7741
906.635.4952 fax


September 22-24, 2017

Culinary Medicine:  think like a chef, cook like a dietitian, eat like a local farmer

Great Lakes Culinary Institute

Northwestern Michigan College, Traverse City, Michigan

Space is limited!  Early registration ends August 1.

REGISTER NOW

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