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Community Breakfast turns spotlight on PowerUp

Wednesday, February 13, 2019

Community members are invited to the Lakeview Health Foundation’s 11th Annual Community Breakfast.

The Feb. 28 event is complimentary with catering provided by the Lake Elmo Inn. It’s a chance to learn more about the work of PowerUp, a community-wide initiative to make it easy and fun for kids and families to eat better and move more. In the Stillwater area, PowerUp’s work is funded by the Lakeview Health Foundation.

Dani Leonard, age 11, will deliver the breakfast’s keynote speech:  Growing up with PowerUp.

Then, a panel of speakers including Sue Hedlund (chair of Lakeview Health Foundation Board), Brian Cress, MD, (pediatrician and PowerUp advisor) and Megan Lampwright (student at Stillwater Area High School), will talk about the progress PowerUp is making to fuel community momentum to create positive, healthy change where people live, learn, work and play.

Join the Lakeview Health Foundation from 7:30 to 8:30 a.m. on Thursday, Feb. 28 at the Lake Elmo Inn Event Center. There is no cost to attend. Register at https://www.lakeviewhealth.org/newsandevents or call 651-430-8732 with questions.

The Lakeview Health Foundation 10th Annual Community Breakfast in 2018 focused on palliative care.

Charles (Chuck) Bransford, MD, receives a framed declaration from Andy Dorwart, MD, regarding a new medical scholarship fund established in his name.

James Honsvall, outgoing chair of the Lakeview Health Foundation Board, addressed the attendees of the 2018 breakfast.