Ball State Center for Healthy Lifestyle recognizes ‘100,000 Award’

Leonard Kaminsky (second from right), director of the Fisher Institute for Health and Well-Being at Ball State University, received the “100,000 Award” from the East Central Indiana Healthy Community Alliance on behalf of the Healthy Lifestyle Center (HLC) and the State University School of Health Ball.  HLC team members pose in front of the Ball State Health Professions Building July 12 to receive awards from John Disher (far right), IU Health's Director of Community Outreach for the Middle East Region and East Central Indiana Healthy Community Alliance Facilitator.

Ball State University Healthy Lifestyle Center (HLC) has been recognized for its dedication to its neighbors and the communities it serves.

The East Central Indiana Healthy Communities Alliance (HCA), at its annual partners meeting, presented the “100,000 Award to Remember Dr. George Branam” to the Center for a Healthy Lifestyle. The annual award is given to organizations that support HCA’s work through outstanding leadership, innovative collaboration, and unwavering dedication to improving people’s health and well-being, according to the release.

“This award has special meaning for me personally, because I appreciate Dr. Branam has served as a personal mentor for many years and has benefited greatly from his friendship and collegiality,” said Leonard Kaminsky, director of the Fisher Institute for Health and Well-Being at Ball State. “Speaking on behalf of our dedicated faculty, staff and collaborators, we greatly appreciate this recognition and look forward to continuing to serve our fellow members of our community.”

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