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Shining Mountain Health and Wellness team and April Chavez, Community Health Representative, smile proudly standing in front of an array of healthy snacks and colorful decorations displayed in the Mouache and Capote meeting rooms at SunUte Community Center.
Southern Ute Education Director, LaTitia Taylor holds her new t-shirt celebrating the Breastfeeding Awareness Walk and Community Baby Shower event. Taylor gave the invocation before the start of the mile long walk.
Tribal employees and community members walked along the Justice Department past the Southern Ute Cultural Center and Museum to the Sky Ute Casino Resort, attendees use their new umbrellas to shield themselves from the bright sunrays. Diabetes Program Manager Morgann Graham and Health Center Clerk Alma Dance lead the walk that began at SunUte Community Center on Thursday, Aug. 18.
Tribal Elders Yvette Cuthair and Debra Lucero walk alongside each other during the Breastfeeding Awareness Walk event on Thursday, Aug. 18. Cuthair and Lucero hold their new Shining Mountain Health and Wellness umbrellas they received while attending the event.
Community Health Representative April Chavez walked with her husband Trujill Sandman during the Breastfeeding Awareness Walk on Thursday, Aug. 18 from SunUte Community Center to the Sky Ute Casino Resort and back.
Photo Credit: Divine Windy Boy | SU Drum
Photo Credit: Divine Windy Boy | SU Drum
Photo Credit: Divine Windy Boy | SU Drum
Photo Credit: Divine Windy Boy | SU Drum
Photo Credit: Divine Windy Boy | SU Drum
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Hello Mama!


Shining Mountain Health and Wellness along with help from Tribal Health Staff recently hosted the Breastfeeding Awareness Walk and Community Baby Shower on Thursday, Aug. 18 at the SunUte Community Center. The team adorned meeting rooms with bright decorations and a wide variety of healthy snacks for everyone to enjoy, this event welcomed all regardless of age, gender, or nationality. Participants received free customized t-shirts and umbrellas as well as free information about breastfeeding.  

 

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