The Lily Pad, 12.12.22

December 12, 2022

Monday Motivation

Success is not final; failure is not fatal: It is the courage to continue that counts.”

—Winston Churchill

Keep Kids Safe with the Right Toys

A few years ago, Prevent Blindness America declared December Safe Toys and Gifts Awareness Month. As you consider gifts for the little ones in your life this month, consult their helpful checklist to make sure the item is age appropriate before you buy. 

Making Health Possible

It’s the most wonderful time of the year. Before you start humming holiday melodies, dive into some helpful tips on how to stay healthy and sane this holiday season. Check out the links below, and find even more helpful content at

Feeling stressed? Find your zen.  

Worried about a cold? Stay healthy during the holidays. 

Tight on money? Host a budget-friendly holiday bash. 

Go Bulldogs!

If you attend a Butler University basketball game this season, you might notice there’s more orange at historic Hinkle Fieldhouse. That’s because Hancock Health is an official partner with Butler basketball this year. We’re still hammering out the details of what this partnership looks like, but it will include in-game activations at the Hinkle Fieldhouse concourse, Hancock Health messaging on the scoreboard during games, and more. We’re excited to reach this new audience to let them know all the ways we’re making health possible in East Central Indiana. 

Hank’s Dad Joke of the Week

Q: What do Santa’s little helpers learn at school?

A: The elf-abet.

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We Make Health Possible

As East Central Indiana’s population grows, we’re putting health care where people need it most. Besides Hancock Regional Hospital, ranked as one of the nation’s safest by the Lown Hospital Index, our network includes more than 30 other locations near your home or work.

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