This month we will offer part one of our orientation training “Find Your Voice In Social Action”. Training is geared toward those participating in our Project Stewardship program and for our new volunteers and interns! Participants will learn from history, particularly from the progressive era of the early 20th century highlighting the benefits of civic engagement, outlining our philosophy, and laying the groundwork for self and social development. Health and well-being are at the core of our philosophy embedded in our ability to be “stewards” for self, others and Earth.
Following our “Find Your Voice in Social Action” session, we are privileged with a visit from Lorna Sophocleous, Holistic Wellness Consultant, who will discuss seasonal remedies from ancient times and how they are used today. She will provide tips to prevent and heal illness (mind and body) with focus on cultured foods and others that help boost immune and digestive systems. Interesting and delicious home remedies will be sampled and special refreshments will be served.