What's New At NAMI
On March 19th, 2012, NAMI Wood County will be hosting out fifth Annual Dinner at Dyers Family Dining in Bowling Green. Dyers is located at 200 Campbill Hill Rd. The theme is "Mental Illness in Sports", and will provide interesting information on professional athletes who have been diagnosed with a mental illness. In addition, a panel of speakers will sharetheir stories of how mental illness had affected their lives.
There is still space to RSVP. Call 419-352-0626 for more information, as this event is sure to be a grand slam!
Join us on Sunday, February 12th for Family Bowling Day from 2-5pm at Varsity Lanes in Bowling Green!
Win fantastic prizes for JUST QUARTERS!!
Quarter Frenzy is best descrived as a raffle-style auction. It is a great evening of fun and bargains using only quarters to bid on prizes while supporting local charities. Bring some friends along with a few rolls of quarters for bidding and prepare yourself for a great time!
Sunday, October 23rd, 2011
Come visit us at the Wood County Fair. We will be working from our booth at the commericial tent from today (August 2) at 10am through Monday August 8. We look forward to seeing you at the fair!!
We welcome all people from Wood County who seek Mental Health Services to join us at our season finale picnic for a night of food and friendship on June 14th from 5-7pm! There will also be games, such as ping pong, horseshoes, cornhole, and Frisbee. Please RSVP, 419-352-0626.
9 Hole Scramble and Mexican Dinner Buffet to follow at the Bowling Green Country Club. $35 per person (includes green fees, cart and dinner). Tee off at 3:30pm. Reservations for only the buffet are also available for $15. Additionally, there will be a 50/50 raffle. RSVP by Wednesday June 1st. Contact the office for more information.
NAMI Education Night is going to be held on Monday, May 16th at the Simpson Building (1291 Conneaut) in Bowling Green. The Honorable David Woessner will be speaking on Guardianship. Come and join us for refresments at 6:30 and listen to Judge Woessner talk about this important issue regarding Wood County residents!