Princess Party

We’ve started accepting registrations for our seventh-annual Princess Party to benefit the Southern Tier Child Advocacy Center. The event will be held April 12 from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the Bartlett Country Club. Remembering what it was like to host our first Princess Party in 2009, I can’t believe we’re about to celebrate its seventh anniversary. We’re holding the event in April this year instead of January or February because April is National Child Abuse Awareness and Prevention Month. The Princess Party has become such an anticipated event that we started getting calls from moms worried that they'd missed it a few weeks ago. We have to limit the Princess Party to 150 princesses and their adult chaperones. If you know someone who would like to bring their princess to the party, urge them to register as soon as possible. For more information or to register, please visit 2015 Princess Party.

Health Leadership Fellows

I attended a three-day Health Leadership Fellows retreat earlier this week. My team gave a presentation on our collective strengths and weaknesses as we begin planning our team project. It was an honest appraisal of everything our members bring to the table. The other five teams gave presentations as well. Each team will design and implement a project to enhance community health. A facilitator helped us explore new evidence-based project management tools to ensure that as we launch our team projects we’re tracking performance measures to achieve results-based accountability. I’m really enjoying this opportunity to meet and work with colleagues from other health-care organizations and hone my leadership skills. I want to thank the STHCS Board of Directors for allowing me to join the Health Leadership Fellows and the Health Foundation for Western and Central New York for offering me an opportunity to participate in the program.

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Princess Party
Health Leadership Fellows

It is the mission of the Southern Tier Health Care System to improve the health and wellness of our rural communities.

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