ANADARKO — On Thursday, November 14, 2019, a special diabetes health fair was held in the administration on aging building within the Delaware Nation tribal complex in Anadarko, Oklahoma, hosted by Delaware Nation CHR & SDPI. Participants arrived for informational booths, door prizes and gifts, walking in moccasins, lunch, A1C & blood pressure check-ups! We would like to give a big thanks to our participating vendors: Wichita and Affiliated Tribes, Anadarko Indian Clinic, Caddo Nation, Tribal Epidemiology Centers, Cheyenne & Arapaho Tribes and Apache Tribe! Delaware Nation’s Vocational Rehabilitation, Social Services, Environmental Programs and Community Health Representative also provided booths for individuals that participated. Guests left with health information, bags full of goodies and exercise! Many thanks to everyone that showed up and participated in this event! Photos from the health fair are on our facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/delawarenation/.
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On Friday, February 21, 2020, Wichita & Affiliated Tribes' Health Programs hosted a Heart Health Fair in the Iscani Gym located at the Wichita Housing Authority in Anadarko, Oklahoma. Booths were set up with health information, blood pressure screening, BMI screening, prizes and much more. Delaware Nation's Community Health Representative Ambrea Marshall and Tribal Care Assistant Rebecca Arnold set up a booth that provided participants with Community Garden information, tote bags and kneeler cushions, as well as general information on good health. Individuals from different programs grabbed the mic for brief speeches providing information on their services and how to live an active and healthy lifestyle. Mcalister's provided a delicious lunch for participants and raffle prizes were given out to lucky guests. Delaware Nation would like to thank Wichita & Affiliated Tribes' Health Programs for allowing us to participate in this event and we hope everyone left with good health information! Wanìshi! ...