County proclaims ‘Diabetes Awareness Month’


Clinton County commissioners proclaimed November as “Diabetes Awareness Month”. People are encouraged to wear blue on Wednesday, Nov. 14 in support. The Clinton County Diabetes and Wellness Program which emphasizes education and prevention is almost three years old. From left in the front row are (holding a blue circle) Rhonda Earley, Clinton County Commissioners President Patrick Haley, Laura Knisley, Maggie Henry, Gina Speaks-Eshler (holding circle), Monica Wood, Amanda Harrison (holding circle), and Kathi Spirks; and from left in the back row are Clinton County Commissioner Brenda K. Woods, Peggy Dunn, Pam Walker Bauer, Tommy Koopman, Jane Vandervort, and Clinton County Commissioner Kerry R. Steed. Among the agencies that provide support to the Clinton County Diabetes and Wellness Program are the Clinton County Health District, United Way of Clinton County, Clinton County Family & Children First Council, HealthFirst for Clinton County, Sabina Public Library, New Vienna Library, Mental Health Recovery Services, and Solutions. Awareness of diabetes risks, making healthy lifestyle changes, and getting support are important all year long, said Knisley.

Clinton County commissioners proclaimed November as “Diabetes Awareness Month”. People are encouraged to wear blue on Wednesday, Nov. 14 in support. The Clinton County Diabetes and Wellness Program which emphasizes education and prevention is almost three years old. From left in the front row are (holding a blue circle) Rhonda Earley, Clinton County Commissioners President Patrick Haley, Laura Knisley, Maggie Henry, Gina Speaks-Eshler (holding circle), Monica Wood, Amanda Harrison (holding circle), and Kathi Spirks; and from left in the back row are Clinton County Commissioner Brenda K. Woods, Peggy Dunn, Pam Walker Bauer, Tommy Koopman, Jane Vandervort, and Clinton County Commissioner Kerry R. Steed. Among the agencies that provide support to the Clinton County Diabetes and Wellness Program are the Clinton County Health District, United Way of Clinton County, Clinton County Family & Children First Council, HealthFirst for Clinton County, Sabina Public Library, New Vienna Library, Mental Health Recovery Services, and Solutions. Awareness of diabetes risks, making healthy lifestyle changes, and getting support are important all year long, said Knisley.


Gary Huffenberger | News Journal

Clinton County commissioners proclaimed November as “Diabetes Awareness Month”. People are encouraged to wear blue on Wednesday, Nov. 14 in support. The Clinton County Diabetes and Wellness Program which emphasizes education and prevention is almost three years old. From left in the front row are (holding a blue circle) Rhonda Earley, Clinton County Commissioners President Patrick Haley, Laura Knisley, Maggie Henry, Gina Speaks-Eshler (holding circle), Monica Wood, Amanda Harrison (holding circle), and Kathi Spirks; and from left in the back row are Clinton County Commissioner Brenda K. Woods, Peggy Dunn, Pam Walker Bauer, Tommy Koopman, Jane Vandervort, and Clinton County Commissioner Kerry R. Steed. Among the agencies that provide support to the Clinton County Diabetes and Wellness Program are the Clinton County Health District, United Way of Clinton County, Clinton County Family & Children First Council, HealthFirst for Clinton County, Sabina Public Library, New Vienna Library, Mental Health Recovery Services, and Solutions. Awareness of diabetes risks, making healthy lifestyle changes, and getting support are important all year long, said Knisley.

Clinton County commissioners proclaimed November as “Diabetes Awareness Month”. People are encouraged to wear blue on Wednesday, Nov. 14 in support. The Clinton County Diabetes and Wellness Program which emphasizes education and prevention is almost three years old. From left in the front row are (holding a blue circle) Rhonda Earley, Clinton County Commissioners President Patrick Haley, Laura Knisley, Maggie Henry, Gina Speaks-Eshler (holding circle), Monica Wood, Amanda Harrison (holding circle), and Kathi Spirks; and from left in the back row are Clinton County Commissioner Brenda K. Woods, Peggy Dunn, Pam Walker Bauer, Tommy Koopman, Jane Vandervort, and Clinton County Commissioner Kerry R. Steed. Among the agencies that provide support to the Clinton County Diabetes and Wellness Program are the Clinton County Health District, United Way of Clinton County, Clinton County Family & Children First Council, HealthFirst for Clinton County, Sabina Public Library, New Vienna Library, Mental Health Recovery Services, and Solutions. Awareness of diabetes risks, making healthy lifestyle changes, and getting support are important all year long, said Knisley.
https://www.wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2018/11/web1_diabetes_p.jpgClinton County commissioners proclaimed November as “Diabetes Awareness Month”. People are encouraged to wear blue on Wednesday, Nov. 14 in support. The Clinton County Diabetes and Wellness Program which emphasizes education and prevention is almost three years old. From left in the front row are (holding a blue circle) Rhonda Earley, Clinton County Commissioners President Patrick Haley, Laura Knisley, Maggie Henry, Gina Speaks-Eshler (holding circle), Monica Wood, Amanda Harrison (holding circle), and Kathi Spirks; and from left in the back row are Clinton County Commissioner Brenda K. Woods, Peggy Dunn, Pam Walker Bauer, Tommy Koopman, Jane Vandervort, and Clinton County Commissioner Kerry R. Steed. Among the agencies that provide support to the Clinton County Diabetes and Wellness Program are the Clinton County Health District, United Way of Clinton County, Clinton County Family & Children First Council, HealthFirst for Clinton County, Sabina Public Library, New Vienna Library, Mental Health Recovery Services, and Solutions. Awareness of diabetes risks, making healthy lifestyle changes, and getting support are important all year long, said Knisley. Gary Huffenberger | News Journal