A Servant Leader for District 76
If you want a Representative who truly cares for the residents of District 76, will support the beliefs and ideals of District 76; and earn the respect of the residents of District 76, look no further. Joy C. Springer is the Representative that you are looking for. Joy C. Springer has proven herself to be a servant leader for District 76.
Springer’s platform centers around continuing the legacy of the late, great civil rights attorney and State Representative John W. Walker, Sr. who believed and promoted the Constitution of the United States wherein every citizen be afforded the opportunity to live in a society that promotes prosperity, liberty and justice for all. He also believed that “education” was key in promoting the constitutional rights of citizens in District 76. Springer has adopted those beliefs as well.
Prior to Representative Walker’s death, he asked Springer to continue the fight for the constitutional rights of not only the residents of District 76, but in other parts of the community as well. Springer has accepted his challenge! Having worked along-side Walker for more than 25 years, she is committed to the great legacy that Mr. Walker has left behind.
Springer has worked tirelessly the majority of her life in helping to serve the children and families, not only District 76, but in Pulaski County and across the state of Arkansas. She will continue to be the voice for residents, not only in District 76, but across Pulaski County and the State.
Springer is committed to continuing the legacy of her mentor, Representative Walker. In doing so, she will insist: 1) that no new legislation negatively impact the citizens of District 76 and other citizens in the state similarly situated; 2) upon new legislation promoting economic development be equitably distributed throughout the district and the state; 3) upon maintaining our public school system in the State, particularly in Pulaski County, Arkansas; 4) upon continued funding of public education in an equitable manner across the state of Arkansas and 5) all employees of the State be equally treated and respected; and that due process procedures are followed.
Prevention & Healthy Living
Including habits in your daily routine, like physical activity and a healthy diet, can improve your health and well-being, and reduce the risk of chronic diseases like diabetes, high blood pressure and obesity. For people with chronic diseases, making healthy lifestyle changes can help to manage these conditions and complications.
The foods we eat have a huge impact on our health and how long we live. The combination of an unhealthy diet and too little physical activity is indirectly the second leading cause of death in the United States. Obesity is considered one of the top two causes of death that can be prevented.
Reference: Dietary Guidelines for Americans 2015-2020
Regular physical activity helps improve our overall health and fitness. Fitting regular exercise into your daily schedule may seem difficult at first, but it may be easier than you think.
Get Started with Healthy Active Arkansas
Small but simple changes can help keep you and your family living healthy, active lives. Healthy Active Arkansas has resources that can help you, your family, your workplace, your faith-based group, and even your community get started on a path to lifelong health and well-being.
*Compliments of the Arkansas Department of Health
- Wash your hands with soap and water. When hand washing sinks are not available use a hand sanitizer product containing at least 60% alcohol - Avoid touching your nose, mouth and eyes. The CDC estimates that 80% of all infections are transmitted by hands.
- Clean and disinfect high-touch areas, such as doorknobs and light switches, regularly. Routine household cleaners will work fine.
- Stay home if you are sick. Going to communal spaces risks exposing colleagues and constituents to the virus. Don't support the practice of "presenteeism."
Thank you for your attention to this matter. If you would like to learn more about COVID-19 and the ways infection preventionits are working to limit its spread, please visit www.apic.org/COVID19. Martie Savage, R.N./I.P.
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