June Happenings at SCF

Southcentral Foundation works to provide customer-owners the activities and connections they want. Below is a highlight of what SCF is bringing to the community and customer-owners during the month of June. This list is does not include all happenings, and contains links to full calendars. SCF invites feedback, so if we missed something, please use the link to the contact form and let your voice be heard.

Women’s Run in Anchorage

  • Saturday, June 10
  • Join the Cancer Society and run for women’s health.
  • SCF will have a team for this run. For more information on how to join, call health education at (907) 729-6683.
  • Check out the Facebook event by clicking here.

Men’s Health Week Events

  • Join Health Education for two lobby events to celebrate Men’s Health Week.
  • Wednesday, June 14 from 11 a.m.-1 p.m in the Anchorage Native Primary Care Center lobby
  • Friday, June 16 from 11 a.m.-1 p.m. in the Mt. Marathon Building Lobby
  • For more information, call health education at (907) 729-2689.

June Learning Circles – Anchorage and Wasilla

  • Join one of the many learning circles featured in both Anchorage and Wasilla.
  • Creating Wellness happens in Anchorage. Join a supportive learning circle where people share story while developing new coping skills through healthy activities.
  • To learn more, contact the learning circle coordinator at (907) 729-5443.

Alaska Women’s Recovery Project Activities – Anchorage

  • AWRP holds weekly events geared toward Alaska women.
  • New this month will be art activities, every other Wednesday starting June 14.
  • Daily from noon to 1 p.m.

Wellness Activities-Anchorage

  • Health Education holds weekly events for the community in Anchorage.
  • Dinner Makes a Difference is a weekly class on Thursday from 5-6 p.m in the Mt. Marathon demonstration kitchen. Learn how to make fun and healthy dinner and enjoy tasting the results along with a take home recipe.

Exercise Classes-Anchorage and Wasilla

  • Weekly exercise classes are held in both the Mt. Marathon building in Anchorage and the Benteh Nuutah Valley Native Primary Care Wellness Center in Wasilla.

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