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Edge of Amazing

Now in its fifth year, Edge of Amazing 2019 brings people together from the private and public sector: businesses, non-profits, educational institutions, faith, tribal and government agencies. As we celebrate the strides we’ve made to improve the health and well-being of the residents of Snohomish County, we’ll focus on the work that still needs to be done to strengthen our community resources that go beyond traditional healthcare.

Join us for this incredible event on October 2, 2019!

Sponsor and Exhibitor opportunities are still available!

Contact Alison Christman, Sponsor and Exhibitor Coordinator at alison.christman@providence.org | 425.261.3341

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3 days ago

Providence Institute for a Healthier Community

We had such a great time last night with the Leadership Launch students! Thank you for your passion and for taking the time to come and talk to the Snohomish County Youth Council - we're looking forward to working with you on your project and strengthening Relationships in our communities!
Marysville Boys & Girls Club, Big Brothers Big Sisters of Snohomish County, Camp Fire Snohomish County Council, Mari's Place For The Arts, YMCA of Snohomish County, Community Resource CenterThank you to the Snohomish County Youth Council for inviting us to pitch our upcoming Launch Project to them for a potential partnership. What a great group. Thank you to the Marysville Boys and Girls Club for hosting the meeting. Three of our students did a fantastic job pitching our upcoming festival called, We are Culture: Creating Unity by Celebrating Our Differences. So exciting and a great opportunity. Thank you. #LYLO
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5 days ago

Providence Institute for a Healthier Community

Buddy up! Staying socially engaged may support brain health. Pursue social activities that are meaningful to you, like volunteering or joining a community group! More ways to love your brain at www.alz.org/10ways

Thank you Alzheimer's Association, Washington State Chapter for the great tip!Buddy up! Staying socially engaged may support brain health. Pursue social activities that are meaningful to you, like volunteering or joining a community group! More ways to love your brain at www.alz.org/10ways
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