County to host Community Water Night July 17th

The Weld County community health campaign, Make TODAY Count!, is hosting a free Community Water Night. It will be held on Wednesday, July 17th, from 6-8pm. It will take place at Ubuntu Community Gardens & Orchard at Family of Christ Presbyterian Church, 2410 35th Ave in Greeley.

 

The Make TODAY Count! campaign is a three-year effort to build a stronger and healthier community. Since community gardens play a central role in the health of the community, the campaign is supporting the community gardens here in Weld County. In addition to learning about the in’s and out’s of watering your garden efficiently, this event will cover all aspects of water, a vital resource for both the health of people and the environment. This event is not just for gardeners—all members of the community are welcome to join. Light refreshments will be available.

 

Make TODAY Count! is working together with community partners to improve well-being, increase healthy eating and increase active living. Make TODAY Count! is powered by a growing collaboration and commitment of individuals, agencies, and businesses throughout Colorado’s Weld County. It is supported by community benefit grants from Kaiser Permanente and The Colorado Health Foundation, and coordinated by the North Colorado Health Alliance.

For more information, please contact Carlee Rosen at crosen.alliance@nocoha.org or 970-350-4673. For more about Make TODAY Count!, visit maketodaycount.org or follow us on facebook at facebook.com/ MakeTodayCountCampaign.

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