July 23rd 12:00pm - 3:00pm at Cuddy Family Midtown Park in Anchorage. This is a great opportunity to spend time with your children and build resiliency. To learn more about this free community event visit their event page of Facebook or the Alaska Business Monthly article.
As part of National Public Health week there will be a public showing of "Paper Tigers" at the University of Alaska Anchorage. Admission is free. Light refreshments will be provided. Thank you to Kate Wright, ACEs Connection member, for creating this opportunity for students and other community members to see this important film.
On Tuesday evening students, staff, and community members attended a showing of “Paper Tigers” on campus at UAA. The showing was a joint effort of Alaska Children’s Trust, Prevent Child Abuse America, and UAA Residence Life in recognition of National Public Health Week. The room was packed and there was an animated discussion after the film. “Paper Tigers’ clearly had a strong impact on everyone who attended. In the written evaluations everyone indicated that they would recommend the film to...
In addition to the community partners that assisted with the screening of "Paper Tigers," I would also like to thank ACEsConnection members Jaclynne Richards and Deborah Bock for their roles in organizing this event, spreading the word, and their support during and after the screening. In addition to programming support, Jaclynne hosted a table with materials from the Alaska Native Tribal Health Consortium, Epidemiology Center, Healthy Families Initiative Program.
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