Welcome to West Virginia
The West Virginia office of the Arthritis Foundation is working to improve the lives of the 523,000 people across our state who struggle every day with this serious health epidemic.
An opportunity for children and families affected by Juvenile Arthritis (JA) to have fun while networking, learning and creating!
12:30-1:00 Registration in Studio 2 * Park behind the museum
1:00-3:00 Children’s Art Workshops ~ Studio 5
1:00-3:00 JA Education Workshops for Parents ~ Studio 2
3:00-4:00 Family Networking * Light snacks provided
11:30-12:30 – Come early and enjoy a tour of the museum and plant conservatory. Take time to visit the gift shop for unique keepsakes.
This event is FREE but families MUST REGISTER by contacting Cathy Schrader.
Cedar Point, Kings Island and Dorney Park Discount tickets and Fundraiser
Enjoy awesome summertime fun at amusement parks in Ohio and Pennsylvania, all while championing the fight against arthritis!
From now through June 15, Cedar Fair is offering discount tickets to Cedar Point (Sandusky, OH), Kings Island (Cincinnati, OH) and Dorney Park (Allentown, PA), plus a donation to the Foundation for every ticket sold.
In addition, Cedar Fair will donate all proceeds from spare change collection boxes set throughout the park to the Foundation during JA Awareness Week, May 20th-29th. And, as if this isn't awesome enough, each park will host one JA family during that week and broadcast arthritis information and stories on TV monitors throughout all three parks during JA Awareness Week.
These special discount tickets can only be purchased online at https://Arthritis.CedarFair.com and can be used from May 14 through June 15, 2016, after which they can be used by paying an additional surcharge at the gate. Purchase your tickets and help us conquer arthritis today!
Anyone can buy these special discount tickets. So forward this page to family, friends and co-workers!
For more information, contact Maureen Kiley, Region Business Manager, Arthritis Foundation, at 614-503-5587 or email@example.com.
Physical Activity. The Arthritis Pain Reliever.
Physical activity is a proven way to decrease arthritis pain. Exercise strengthens muscles and joints and helps reduce pain, fatigue and stiffness caused by arthritis.
Help us spread the word about the benefits of physical activity! Just 30 minutes a day, five days a week is all it takes to make a big impact. Not only does exercise relieve pain—it improves your mood, too! Click here for free resources and to learn more about Physical Activity. The Arthritis Pain Reliever.
As an Arthritis Foundation volunteer, you can use your talents and experience to make a difference.