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April 1 - May 12, 2019
Improve your health and your attitude by
getting 30 minutes of exercise a day.
Get friends, family and co-workers together
to join this six-week challenge today!

Have fun – get moving – win prizes
Registration opens March 4 at
or call (608) 775-4717.


Stop the Bleed, monthly classes through June, Gundersen La Crosse
Campus or Tri-State Ambulance. This national program encourages people
to get educated and trained in how to control bleeding until help arrives.
Knowing what to do could save a life. Register for this free training at or call (608) 775-3054.
Doctors’ Day, Saturday, March 30. Celebrate Doctors’ Day by saying
“thank you” to an outstanding doctor, nurse or care provider that has made
a difference in your life. Make a gift and write a special note for your doctor
at or call (608) 775-6600.
Emerald Ball, Friday, April 5, 5:30 p.m., Cargill Room, 328 Front St.,
La Crosse. Celebrate the children and families touched by Children’s
Miracle Network Hospitals® at this entertaining dinner, auction and
fundraising gala. Tickets at
Parkinson’s Symposium, Saturday, April 13, 9:15 a.m. to 2 p.m., Western
Technical College, Lunda Center, 319 Seventh St. North, La Crosse. If you or
a loved one is living with Parkinson’s disease, this educational and networking
event is for you. Cost is $15/person and includes a light breakfast and lunch.
Register by March 29 at
Spring foraging hike, Saturday, May 4, 10 a.m., Boscobel Bluffs. Get out
and enjoy the Coulee Region with a free hike. To register, call (608) 784-3606,
ext. 6, or email Seasons in the
Coulee Region guided hikes are brought to you by Gundersen Health System
in partnership with Mississippi Valley Conservancy.
Babysitting class, Thursday, April 18, or Tuesday, June 11, Gundersen
Onalaska Clinic. Learn the basics of baby care, plus how to handle emergency
situations that may arise. Open to children 11 years and older. Fee is $45. Space
is limited. Register at or call (608) 775-6861.
Stepping On falls prevention, Tuesdays, May 28 – July 16, 1 to 3 p.m.,
Gundersen Onalaska Clinic. Learn how to reduce falls and build confidence
in this seven-week program. Open to seniors age 60+. Call (608) 775-3054
to pre-register.
Teen Car Control Clinic, Saturday, April 13, or Sunday, April 14,
7:45 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Gundersen La Crosse Campus. Help your young
driver gain the confidence he/she needs with this one-day, behind-the-wheel
and classroom program. This FREE program ($50 refundable deposit required)
is open to licensed drivers, ages 16-19. For more information or to pre-register,
go to or call (608) 775-2011.

Health and wellness

Support groups. Gundersen offers a variety of support groups to help
patients and their families deal with challenges that may stem from an injury
or illness. The support groups provide a comfortable, open environment
to share experiences and offer emotional support to others facing similar
challenges. Visit for upcoming meetings
and outings.
Winning Weighs®, starting Thursday, April 18, 5 to 6 p.m., Healthy Living
Center, La Crosse. Twelve consecutive weekly sessions will help you lose
weight, improve energy and manage weight-related health conditions.
NEW personal training now included. Register at or
call (608) 775-3447.
If you need accommodation to attend
any of these programs, please let us know
when you register or by text/video relay
at (608) 782-7300 or (800) 362-9567.

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