MCC Daily Tribune

RSVP Today for June 6, 2018 Wellness Programs!

After enjoying a sunny afternoon of food, socializing and fun at the 2018 MCC Employee Field Day, please consider joining us for one of the afternoon wellness programs! RSVP to by Tuesday June 5, 2018, indicating which program you plan to attend to ensure a space is available. No RSVP required for Employee Field Day- join us in Parking Lot P at 11:30 AM!

Meditation and Aroma Therapy: Dance Studio, presenter Lomax Campbell 1 PM - 2 PM. Kemetic (Egyptian) Yoga is an ancient system of yoga enlightenment, redeveloped in the 1970s by Dr. Asar Ha-pi and Master Yirser Ra Hotep. Certified Kemetic Yoga Teacher, Lomax R. Campbell, will facilitate a session using deep breathing techniques and gentle yoga to prepare participants for guided meditation. Essential oils such as peppermint and sandalwood and ancient blends such as frankincense, myrrh, and sweet orange will be used to stimulate the olfactory organs to create a calming environment. Lomax will also discuss personal and group stress management techniques that can be used in the workplace.

Hands-Only CPR Can Save Lives. Instructor: Patti Dano, Health and Physical Education. Room 10-100, 1 - 2 PM. Most people who experience cardiac arrest at home, work or in a public location die because they don't receive immediate CPR from someone on the scene. As a bystander, don't be afraid. Your actions can only help. Immediate CPR can double or even triple a person's chance of survival.

Identity Theft Seminar: Room 3-172, Presenter Chris Harrington, Monroe County Sheriff's Department 1 PM - 2 PM. Identity theft is currently a $16 billion industry in the US, and there's no sign of it slowing down. From social media, online banking, and the Equifax breach to emails and phone calls phishing for our personal identification information, we are at constant risk of being victims of fraud. How do we keep our personal information safe from these attacks? In this presentation, Inv. Chris Harrington from the Monroe County Sheriff's Office will provide information that you can use to help keep you and your family's personal information safe."

Introduction to DiSC, Brighton Room , presenter John Delate 1 PM - 2:30 PM. DiSC is a tool that helps improve personal interactions. Understanding one's DISC profile helps us communicate better with others. DiSC is simple to learn and understand. It measures your most comfortable behaviors or how you naturally prefer to do things. At this workshop participants will learn their DISC style and also understand how to more effectively communicate with individuals from the other DISC styles. The workshop is interactive and fun!

Frisch, Julianna
MCC Wellness Council