Get Healthy Kirtland: 5K Walk/Run
This event occurs annually in May on the Roscommon campus. This year’s event is being held Tuesday, May 2, 2017. It is open to students, staff, faculty and the public. Watch your Kirtland email for more information or contact Shawn Ott for additional information. Fill out the form (link below) to register.
All staff have access to the fitness room. Due to insurance and liability issues, only Kirtland employees are permitted to use the fitness room. Your inside door access key unlocks this room.
These are walks to promote walking for wellness. Take a mid-day break for exercise and fresh air. Everyone is welcome to walk at their campus. Watch your Kirtland email for important updates and more information.
Use the link below to log your distances:
For more information, contact the Wellness Committee.
Yoga is held year-round on Tuesdays from 4:45 pm – 5:45 pm. Join us in the ELibrary meeting room at the Roscommon campus. The event is also broadcasted live to the Fitness room at the Grayling campus. If you are unable to attend in person you can “Zoom” into the activity. You must email at email@example.com by 4:15 pm on Tuesdays.
This is a summer wellness activity for staff and faculty. Everyone is encouraged to participate and enjoy our beautiful campuses. Groups of two battle for the grand prize of a “day off”.
Most semesters a Weight Watcher’s Group meets on main campus every Wednesday morning. Please contact Shawn Ott for local meeting information. General information on Weight Watchers can be found at www.weightwatchers.com.
Community Garden Hoop House
Did you know you can garden in the winter months? You can at Kirtland. The hoop house, located next to our Community Garden in Roscommon, can help you grow many vegetables: spinach, kale, lettuce, radishes, beets and more. Utilizing our hoop house is free of charge for everyone. There are many 4 x 8 raised beds that can be shared or split. Contact Terry Fasbender at 989-275-5000 ext. 272, if you have questions. You can eat fresh veggies in the winter too!