Peers Receive Feedback on Gardening Efforts

Garden monitoringThese days you hear us talk a lot about quality control and monitoring. That is because we believe it is important not only to “do good,” but to do it well. One learning area on campus that gets close attention is the peer gardening of raised vegetable beds.

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New Core Exercise Program Begun at PWC

No weights exerciseOnly days after joining the Perry Wellness Center family, Ronald Boykin has begun to organize self-help programs for both peers and staff. One project is a new weight-loss/exercise program.

While recently talking with peer Tommy Green about weight loss, Ronald volunteered, “I once weighed too much. I have lost 100 pounds and will continue my self-designed exercise program.” He acknowledged the importance of proper diet, adding, “I still eat what I want but also watch volume intake.” Tommy has now made the commitment to practice a daily exercise routine with Ronald.

The exercise program Ronald recommends requires no weight or other equipment and only personal space for the core enrichment program, known as 15-5-10-10. Rather than weight lifting, running, or other traditional activities, the exercise regimen focuses on four simple, but challenging, activities. The first 15 moves are squats, followed by five push-ups. Next are 10 high kicks with leg extension. The final ten moves are toe touches with full body extension. The exercises are completed in a non-stop routine of 20 sets.

Ronald explained, “It is important to learn that these four activities can be strenuous, and proper breathing is mandatory. These motions affect the core of the body. When these larger muscles become more fit, then we can move on with abs and arm and leg muscles. This is all about cardio and strength training in one session.”

In the photo above, Tommy Green and Ronald Boykin begin their first session of 15-5-10-10 personal exercises for men. After demonstrating success with Tommy, Ronald hopes to welcome other men into the training. A possible women’s health program is also planned.

Sen. Hooks 1st Honoree in "Plant a Tree" Program

Plant a tree programWith the increased interest in making lasting, living donations for memorials, tributes, and celebrations, tree planting has become a popular way to commemorate an individual or event. In keeping with this trend, Perry Wellness Center has established a “Plant a Tree” donor program through Rudy’s Happy Patch Market.

Perry Wellness Center founder Stuart Perry, along with market director Phyllis Smith and Mulkey McMichael, designed the new program as a way for groups or individuals to affordably present a planted tree in honor, memory, or celebration of a friend or family member.

The process begins with the selection of a tree from over 15 fruit and flowering varieties available at the market. For an additional $10 above purchase price, a trained peer gardener and staff member will travel to any location in Americus and properly plant the tree.

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Alzheimer's & Brain Awareness Month Is Here

abam logo rgb 4cJune is now designated as national Alzheimer’s & Brain Awareness Month. Sponsored by the Alzheimer’s Association, the month is dedicated to increasing the public’s awareness of dementia and providing support and information to families and other caregivers.

This Sunday, June 21, is known as The Longest Day®. It represents both literally the longest day of the year and the sense that every day can feel like the longest for individuals with Alzheimer’s and their family caregivers. Thousands of people around the country will be wearing purple to show solidarity with others in the struggle.

An estimated 47 million people around the world are living with Alzheimer’s disease or other dementias. Of these, over 5 million live in the United States. Every 67 seconds, someone develops the disease, and the rate is going. By 2050, approximately 16 million Americans will be dealing with this disease, due to the aging of the baby boomer generation.

Increasing public awareness and understanding of this health crisis begins with you. Educate yourself about Alzheimer’s and other brain disorders. The Alzheimer’s Association has just published its 2014 edition of Alzheimer’s Disease Facts and Figures, which can be downloaded here.

The Alzheimer’s Association reminds us:  If you have a brain, you are at risk. We are all in this together. As with mental illness and other brain disorders, your recognition and support of those affected by Alzheimer’s disease and other dementias can make a real difference. 

Fresh Peas Now Available at Happy Patch Market

Fresh peasWe’re happy to report that fresh peas are now available at Rudy’s Happy Patch Market. Last week, Stuart Perry lined up local pea crops from choice past vendors.

“We must secure peas for Happy Patch Market,” Stuart explained. “Last year, we shelled and sold a record number of peas.”

As they come in, the first peas are being shelled, washed, and bagged for eager customers. With an eye (and ear) to better customer service, Stuart also noted, “With the non-stop action of two automatic pea shellers and the many peers who are hand-shelling, the confusion in our market was distracting to customers. We have relocated the processing activity to the pavilion area down the hill.”

The market’s inventory continues to grow with the first summer harvest of fresh vegetables – and it shows no sign of slowing down. “We are eager to be early providers of fresh vegetables from the gardens and fields of local producers,” Stuart assured.

In the photo above, peer leader Rhonda Hubbard joins Stuart Perry and peer Carlton Tookes in readying pea shellers for another busy season.

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  1. Vendors & Peers Contribute to Summer Bounty
  2. Quality Control Important at Market
  3. Passing Judgment: Local Jurist Enjoys Market Visits
  4. Good Plant Care Requires Personal Touch
  5. The Passing of a Friend
  6. Good Nutrition = Delicious Meals at PWC
  7. Tee Shirts Available at Market
  8. Monthly Food Donations Welcomed
  9. A Time for Remembrance
  10. Team Sports Competition Warming Up
  11. Southland Academy Donates 5000 Pop Tops to PWC
  12. Risk Factors for Mental Illness
  13. "Growing Beauty" at Perry Wellness Center
  14. Plant Maintenance Is Ongoing Task
  15. Raised Garden Beds a Favorite Peer Project
  16. Plant Expert Leaves Mark on Campus
  17. Local School Partnership Continues
  18. It's Mental Health Month!
  19. Stuart Perry Shares His Story
  20. An Abundance of Roses at PWC
  21. Busy Peer Demonstrates Skills, Faith at PWC
  22. "You Pick, We Pot" Available at PWC
  23. PWC Part of Rosalynn Carter Butterfly Trail
  24. North GA MH Workers Visit PWC
  25. Vouchers Promote Healthy Eating
  26. Browsing at the Market
  27. PWC Founder Leads Garden Prep Team
  28. Spring Plants Await New Greenhouse Completion
  29. Champion Cabbage Raised at PWC
  30. Happy Patch Market Well Prepared for Spring Business
  31. To Market, To Market: Two Trunks Full
  32. Nakia Rhone Ready for Busy Market
  33. Peer Spotlight: Willie Pryor
  34. Spring Market Underway
  35. Market Cent$
  36. Americus Auto Zone: It's in the Bag!
  37. Pop Top Donation Project Growing
  38. New Greenhouse Relies on Master Craftsmen
  39. Getting Ready for Spring
  40. Adult Education a Growing Focus at PWC
  41. Meeting the Cafeteria Challenge
  42. Valentines Holiday Brings Week of Celebration
  43. PWC Valentine Celebration a Time for Creativity
  44. Peers Prepare & Enjoy Healthy Smoothies & Juices
  45. Area Organizations Provide Support to Many
  46. Peer Artist's Creations Offer Solutions to Others
  47. Early Garden Planting Begins at PWC
  48. Tips for Better Mental Wellness
  49. Sports Know No Season at PWC
  50. Taking Inventory for Mental Wellness Month
  51. Agrium Project Thrives in Winter
  52. Summer Vegetables Welcome at Winter Table
  53. Sarah Cobb Welcomes PWC Donations
  54. 2014: The Year in Review
  55. Tickled & Pickled: Tangy Okra a Market Hit
  56. New Years Resolutions: It's That Time Again!
  57. State Commissioner Visits PWC
  58. Americus Civitan Helps Celebrate Christmas
  59. Cheer Up the Blues Welcomes Community
  60. Peer Spotlight: Jeffrey Bowen
  61. PWC Parade Float Has Special Message
  62. Christmas Spirit Fills PWC Campus
  63. Collards and Collaboration: Agrium Project Provides Benefits
  64. A Time for Giving Thanks
  65. Holiday Promise Leads to New Opportunities
  66. Ten Tips to Reduce Holiday Stress
  67. Market Trends Reflect Seasonal Changes
  68. Peer Spotlight: Nokia Rhone Offers Unique Yarn Creations for Holiday Giving
  69. Coaching Part of Focus on Fitness
  70. Mexican Piñata a "Hit" as Learning Project
  71. Automatic Irrigation a Plus for PWC Greenhouses
  72. Farm to Table Collards a Seasonal Treat
  73. The Spirit of Celebration
  74. Creativity & Cupcakes: Amanda Perry a Treat during Spirit Week
  75. October Winners Announced
  76. A Barnyard Halloween?
  77. New Fire Pit Brings Warmth to Celebration
  78. Journey for Life Celebration a Success
  79. A Day of Celebration
  80. Pop Top Donations: A Progress Report
  81. It Takes a Community
  82. Farmers Feed and Seed Provides Peer Opportunity
  83. A Little Hocus Pocus
  84. Peer Realizes Dream as Volunteer Fire Fighter
  85. Seeds of Plenty Decorations Highlight Fall Gardens
  86. Going Green for Mental Illness Awareness
  87. "Coach Stuart" Promotes Fitness on Campus
  88. Fire Pit Offers Spot for Warm Conversation
  89. Pupils and Pumpkins!
  90. Have Bike, Will Travel
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  92. Journey for Life Anniversary Race Scheduled
  93. Fall Market Outing a Family Experience
  94. Willie Pryor Is Dedicated Peer
  95. High Marks Again for Cafeteria Staff
  96. Sam's Shortline Visit a Weekend Success
  97. Sam's Shortline Railroad Comes to PWC
  98. Business Leader & Proud Family Man Supports PWC
  99. Peer Spotlight: Tim Davenport
  100. PWC Peer Wins Top Medal in 5K Run
  101. Fall Market Sale Continues
  102. Labor Day: Remember Employment Needs of All
  103. Fall Color, Savings Available at Market
  104. Information on Child Abuse Shared at Center
  105. Student and Teacher Promote Better Learning at PWC
  106. Island Festivities Highlight Campus Celebration
  107. 16 PWC Staff & Peers Attend GMHCN Conference
  108. Thomasville Couple Visits PWC Regularly
  109. Helping Hand Fountain New Home to Giant Koi
  110. Fresh Shelled Peas Dominate Market Demand
  111. PWC Peers and Staff Run in Historic Footsteps
  112. Family & Farming: Local Grower Enjoys Benefits
  113. Kaylon Holt: Popping a Top to Help Others
  114. From Patient to Provider: Mulkey McMichael
  115. Harvesting the "Fruits of Our Efforts"
  116. Sumter Sheriff a Favorite Market Patron
  117. Peers Harvest and Preserve Garden Produce
  118. Produce Program Expands to Tazewell
  121. Roll Out the Barrel!
  122. Marketing the Market: Peas for Sale with Area Vendors
  123. It's Tomato Time!
  124. Market Customers Brave HOT Weather
  125. Kenneth Christmas: Master Cook
  126. PWC Supports Sarah Cobb Elementary
  127. It's a Red, White, and Blue Celebration
  128. Newest Campus Creation Offers Helping Hand
  129. "Peas, Peas, I Love Peas!"
  130. The Fine Art of Weeding
  132. Agrium Project in Bloom
  133. GSW Student Brings Yoga Practice to PWC
  134. Welcome to New Market Staff
  135. Agrium Planting Project Continues
  136. Grover Thornton Tends to Summer Plants
  137. Chase Farm Corn Arrives!
  138. Smiling Customers Explore Happy Patch Plants
  139. Peer Spotlight: Jeanette Williams
  140. Agrium Garden Project Continues to Grow
  141. Larger Trees Now Available at Market
  142. Mike Harper Shares Planting Talents
  143. Snow Peas for Summer: Nutritional Awareness Promoted at Market
  144. Five Fun Facts about Our Own E.T.!
  145. Bill Perry a Loyal Customer at Market
  146. Adventist Community Services Makes Monthly Donation
  147. New Greenhouse Tribute to Community Involvement
  148. The First Taste of Summer
  149. Noah Cochran Promotes Fitness at PWC
  150. Tennis, Anyone?
  151. At 55, No Speed Limit for Stuart Perry
  152. Service Providers Make Difference in Community
  153. Brad Clark Shares Faith with Others
  154. HIV/AIDS Educator Provides Valuable Information
  155. Arts in the Park a Success
  156. Wagons Ho!
  157. Peer Art Featured at "Arts in the Park"
  158. Executive Tasks: Stuart Perry Goes His Own Way
  159. 10,000 Tab Tops and Counting!
  160. Growing Together/Feeding the World
  161. "Spring Has Sprung" at Market
  162. James Goss Demonstrates Market Cheer & Dedication
  163. Edward Thomas Is Forceful Wellness Advocate
  164. Product Display Is Vital Market Activity
  165. "Knock Out" Roses Fill Happy Patch Market
  166. Seasoned Firewood Available at Discount
  167. Spring Plant Care in Full Swing
  168. Getting Steamed at PWC
  169. Last Pecans of Season Available at Market
  170. Spring Cleaning Takes on New Meaning
  171. Chris Wheeler Joins Market Team
  172. New "European-Style" Greenhouse Nears Completion
  173. Creative Successes Continue at PWC
  174. Spring Brings Color and Market Specials
  175. Sunny Days Promote Outdoor Learning at PWC
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  178. Mental Health Moment: Postpartum Depression
  179. Mentoring: Tech-Savvy Peer Makes Strides
  180. A Fond Farewell to Winter Gardening
  181. Artist Jeff Williams Promotes Creative Mentorship at PWC
  182. Pam Perry Involved in Leadership of WHAM Program
  183. Adventist Community Services Continues Food Deliveries
  184. Late Winter Market Blossoms
  185. Art Education, Mentorship Expand
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  187. Creative Display Boards Brighten Campus
  188. Peers & Staff Share Learning & Teaching
  189. Loomwork Creativity on Display
  190. "Peers Helping Peers" Is Heart of PWC
  191. PWC Kitchen Staff Expands
  192. WHAM Participants Enjoy Winter Exercise
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  199. Market Begins Early Preparations for Spring
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  213. Peer Spotlight: Laurie Hildreth
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  217. Seasonal Food Bags Bring Holiday Cheer
  218. Holiday Season Includes Fun & Learning
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