Within these groups across the United States and other countries, there are fathers, mothers, brothers, sisters, sons, daughters and so forth. As Dr. Jemsek states, “sooner or later” your family will be affected by this growing disease and you, too, will be trying to make a difference.
"In the Lymelight" ~ Minnesota Lyme Association
Minnesota Lyme Association meets the 2nd Tues of each month at 6:30pm at First Lutheran Church of White Bear Lake, 4000 Linden St., Junction Hwy 61 & County F, behind the Holiday station. The meeting format alternates every other month.
MLA will host a presentation given by an expert on a Lyme-related topic in January, March, May, July, September and November.
In February, April, June, August and October, folks can gather in small groups or speak one-on-one with an MLA board member or group facilitator to discuss the many issues that arise for those affected by Lyme disease.
The mission of MLA is to provide a supportive environment for people affected by Lyme and other tick-borne disease, and to educate the public and health professionals in the prevention, diagnosis and effective treatment of such diseases.
You may go to their website for more details on meetings and other events, literature, accredited nurse and physician courses and more! www.mnlyme.com.
Each and every Minnesotan is one tick bite away
from the devastating effects of Lyme disease
Lyme-Aware is an independent organization and has no affiliation with this organization or individual.