Say thanks this Veterans Day

November 12, 2012 —

veterans-medalsToday let’s not forget those who have served our country both past and present! Show your thanks and gratitude in any way possible. Here are just a few simple ways to do so:

- Spend time volunteering at a Veteran Affairs Medical Center

- Utilize a project honoring those who served. For example, the Honor One in a Million Project allows a veteran to receive a specialty coin with a special inscription of your thanks.

- Simply saying thank you. This can be a Facebook post, a shout-out via twitter, but directly thanking a veteran is the BEST.

 


The DMU wellness staff are masters of balance. They motivate members of the DMU community by both challenging and empowering us in the group workout classes they teach and in the individual counsel they provide. They offer healthy cooking/eating sessions in the wellness center kitchen that balance good nutrition, great taste and relative ease of preparation. They're constantly seeking and providing new ways to get and stay healthy while emphasizing that simple exercise, such as taking a 10-minute walk break, is good, and that everyone can do it. Plus our wellness staff are wonderfully fun people to be around!

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