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Wello Invites You to 4th Annual Well-Being Summit

Join us for the 4th Annual Wello Well-Being Summit on Thursday, February 16, 2023 at the Green Bay Botanical Garden’s Cornerstone Foundation Hall. Registration is now open! Click here to reserve your spot today! The agenda for the day is as follows – 8:30 – 9:00 AM Networking 9:00 – 10:30 AM Presentation This is…

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$550,000 Grant Supports East River Water Trail Project

Clear waters ahead! The East River Wildlife Habitat Enhancement Project has been selected by the Fox River/Green Bay Natural Resource Trustee Council (NRDA) for implementation. The Council has agreed to allocate $550,000 towards the proposed project. This brings the project’s total to $1,050,000 when combined with the $500,000 in Brown County ARPA funds that were…

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Brown County Public Health Provides Info Regarding Fentanyl Crisis

On September 1, 2022, Brown County Executive Troy Streckenbach, with support from Brown County Public Health, declared Fentanyl a Community Health Crisis. At that time, Brown County Public Health announced a strategy that included collaborating with public and private community partners to assist in efforts to raise awareness around the dangers posed by fentanyl, opioids,…

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Green Bay Police Remind Community to Yield to Your Neighbor

The Green Bay Police Department have responded to numerous pedestrian involved crashes in the past few weeks. With Daylight Saving Time having taken place on Nov. 6th, drivers please remember the importance of yielding to pedestrians and pedestrians, please remember to be aware of your surroundings as it gets darker earlier. Hear from Green Bay…

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Office for Collective Impact Celebrates One Year

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Collective impact organizations Achieve Brown County, Connections for Mental Wellness, POINT Poverty Initiative, and Wello celebrated one year in the Office for Collective Impact in the Rail Yard on August 18, 2022. This open house was an opportunity to thank the people and businesses that helped make this space possible. We extend our appreciation and…

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Wello, resource centers partner to cultivate community through produce box grant project

What we know: Higher consumption of fruits and vegetables is associated with better health outcomes, including decreased rates of heart disease and cancer. Also true: Despite advances in understanding the systemic barriers to healthy food access, diet-related health problems continue to disproportionately affect low-income communities of color. The question: Why, particularly in a community like…

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