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Help A Family Honor Their Daughter's Wishes

Help A Family Honor Their Daughter's Wishes

Brittany Wilkinson's wish was to help people understand Mitochondrial Disease, and show compassion to people of all abilities. Now, her family and legion of friends carry on that wish. She brought awareness all the way to Washington DC, became the Youth Ambassador for The United Mitochondria Disease Foundation, helped bring awareness to our Central Valley communities with Mito Week every September, and touched the lives with her Grace, Hope and unwaivering Faith. 

You are invited to help continue that wish. KMPH FOX 26's Kim Stephens MC's this event every year. There is a delicious dinner with compelling and interresting speakers, along with a generous raffle and many alluring silent auction items. 

Help A Family Honor Their Daughter's Wishes

Help A Family Honor Their Daughter's Wishes

Families Needed For Weight Management Program

Families that are looking to get healthy together have until Tuesday, February 18, to enroll in The Lifestyle Center’s upcoming “Healthy Habits: TAKE CHARGE!” weight management program.

This is a six-week program, which will take place from Tuesday, March 4, through Tuesday, April 8, with an orientation held on Tuesday, February 25. Participants will benefit from the expertise of fitness and nutrition professionals and learn how to take control of their food and exercise habits while improving self-esteem. A limited number of scholarships are available (restrictions do apply).

Classes will take place from 5:30-7:30 p.m. on six consecutive Tuesdays. The Lifestyle Center is the only medically-based fitness facility in the Central Valley offering this program for children, teens and their families under the direction of a Registered Dietitian.

Families Needed For Weight Management Program

Families that are looking to get healthy together have until Tuesday, February 18, to enroll in The Lifestyle Center’s upcoming “Healthy Habits: TAKE CHARGE!” weight management program.

This is a six-week program, which will take place from Tuesday, March 4, through Tuesday, April 8, with an orientation held on Tuesday, February 25. Participants will benefit from the expertise of fitness and nutrition professionals and learn how to take control of their food and exercise habits while improving self-esteem. A limited number of scholarships are available (restrictions do apply).

Classes will take place from 5:30-7:30 p.m. on six consecutive Tuesdays. The Lifestyle Center is the only medically-based fitness facility in the Central Valley offering this program for children, teens and their families under the direction of a Registered Dietitian.

Is The H1N1 Flu Virus A 'Super Bug'?

Is The H1N1 Flu Virus A 'Super Bug'?

We are not out of the woods yet!

That is the word from Fresno County Public Health officials about the 'flu' virus.

As of Tuesday afternoon, in Fresno County alone, fourteen people have died from the bug.

Another thirty-one people were admitted to intensive care units, and eight remain hospitalized.

In the state of California, at least 147 people have died from the virus.

The virus, which typically strikes seniors and young children, is now attacking and even killing young adults.

So, is it a more severe strain of flu, or h

Transition From High School To Adulthood

If you or someone you know is looking for help in transitioning into adulthood - wanting to make good life choices - a FREE Adult Transition progam could help.

CUSD's Family Resource Center offers the "Adult Transition Program" 6:30 p.m. January 30th.

This all takes place at the Professional Developement Building - 1680 David E. Cook Way in Clovis. 

Please RSVP to familyresourcecenter@cusd.com or call 327-8455. 

Help The Fight Against Cancer

Help The Fight Against Cancer