We will connect with Jackie. I assume we will have Water and a quick post recovery snack. We would set up a table and have a choice of a couple of items. We did granola bars and a Trail Mix last time.
Do we know what numbers we are planning for?
Melissa M Zelazny, RD
Resident District Manager, UVM Dining
406 South Prospect Street
Burlington, Vermont 05405
James J. Hudziak, MD
Professor of Psychiatry, Medicine, Pediatrics and Communication Sciences & Disorders
Director of the Vermont Center for Children, Youth, and Families and The Division of Child Psychiatry
Thomas M Achenbach Endowed Chair of Developmental Psychopathology
University of Vermont College of Medicine/Fletcher Allen Health Care
Visiting Professor, ErasmusMC, Sophia Children’s Hospital, Rotterdam, The Netherlands.
Adjunct Professor of Psychiatry (Child), Washington University School Of Medicine, St. Louis, MO
Adjunct Professor in Psychiatry, Geisel School of Medicine at Dartmouth
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We hope this email finds you well. As I am sure many of you know the WE team has been busy coordinating the UVM WE 4/20 5K for Wellness! Though much of our energy has been devoted to this event, we think it is important to start thinking about hosting another event at the end of the semester, like Cats Night Out. It was a great success last semester thanks to all of the collaboration from various parts of the University.
This time around, it may be even more effective if the entire university community comes together and collaborates for this event. Joining us in our efforts to provide a different option on this high risk night could yield a larger turnout.
It would be great to set up a time for all of us to meet and make this a great event, highlighting the healthy options that our University offers.
Looking forward to hearing back,
The WE team
P.S. Bubble soccer was a huge hit last time, it would be awesome to do it again!