Mar 10, 2023 | Uncategorized

Molly Bonjean, Marinette County Public Health Officer, Brian Cleven with Bellin Health, and Megan Mueller, Marinette County WIC Nutrition Specialist, recently accepted a $10,000 check from the M&M Area Community Foundation.  The grant funding will be used for start–up costs associated with the inaugural year of the Tri-City Event Series.  The Series is a collaborative effort which includes one community – based physical activity per month for the next year.  The idea for the Event Series came out of the Community Health Assessment conducted by Marinette County Public Health in 2022.

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