Community Hall Stories:

Communities in Action: Millet

Categories: Community engagement, Social connectedness, Community,

What does Mental Health mean to you? SMILES committee members continue to work on raising awareness on the importance of social connection and community engagement to support mental wellness in their community. The Millet Mental Health Legacy Exhibit, a wall of artwork and positive messages created by students in Millet, along with resources and supports available, was designed and is now available at the local museum for the public to interact with.  

Millet continues to plan events in April, including hosting Dr. Jody Carrington Mental Health Matters and a family embroidery night. Partnering with the Wetaskiwin Community Collective Network, on April 21 a Mental Health and Wellness Networking Day will take place at the Wetaskiwin Agricultural Society Hall. Anyone from Wetaskiwin and Area are welcome to join this free event. 

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