Upcoming Events

Wellness Programs & Upcoming Events

Take time to care for your most valuable resource – your health. LIFE events are open to all LCC employees, their spouses/domestic partners and their dependents, along with retirees. Programs and events are free, unless otherwise noted. To sign up for a class contact use the corresponding CRN. To sign up for a special event or program, contact Wendy Simmons at (541) 463-5551 or simmonsws@lanecc.edu

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Join the Fourth Annual Oregon School Employee Wellness Conference, March 22-24, 2015 in Bend!

Register here.

Need a reason to attend the conference?

* Fuel your passion through networking and learning what others are doing to be well
* Get practical information and tools to bring back to Lane
* Rejuvenate yourself in the beautiful nature of Central Oregon
* Hone your personal skills as a leader in employee wellness
* It's free!
* You'll get to hear the internationally recognized speaker, Dave Weber

Dave Weber is a recognized speaker, author, and trainer in helping people make progress on purpose... and he has the track record to prove his techniques work. An honors graduate from Mercer University, he simultaneously captained the university's NCAA Division 1 soccer and volleyball teams for three years and was accorded All-Conference honors in both sports.
Weight Watchers at Work on Main Campus

Get support, learn new tools for maintaining weight loss, and join your co-workers in a journey to make changes for life. Weight Watchers classes started Fall Term. Please contact Wendy Simmons at (541) 463-5551 or simmonsws@lanecc.edu if you are interested in attending the next session. Both OEBB and PacificSource benefits include Weight Watchers at Work.

"Bone Builders", Tuesday, April 21, 12:00 - 1:00 p.m., Building 30, Room 114

Contrary to popular belief, simply drinking milk is not enough to keep bones healthy. Perhaps that misconception is why 10 million Americans have osteoporosis today. The good news is that bones are living, changing tissue that respond to bone building care throughout life. Make lifelong bone health easier by understanding bones and their lifecycle.  Join Yaakov Levine from Natural Grocers for this seminar. Pre-register by contacting Wendy Simmons