Honoring Our Children Project


Red Cliff Health Clinic has housed the Honoring Our Children Project since the beginnings of the project in 1998. There have been several different staff in the project since then. Current staff members Erin Tenney and Lori Cannon have been here since 2002 and 2003 respectively.

Red Cliff Health Clinic has housed the Honoring Our Children Project since the beginnings of the project in 1998. There has been several different staff in the project since then, and current maternal and child health nurse Lori Cannon has been here since January of 2011. She is a graduate of WITC-Ashland’s nursing program and has lived in many different areas of the country, but has made the Chequamegon Bay area her home. She loves working with prenatal clients and new families, and feels very fortunate to be doing this work in this fantastic community.

Debra Elmore-Nesheim comes to Red Cliff from the Twin Cities area where she worked as a pediatrics nurse in the general medicine and intensive care units at the University of Minnesota Children's Hospital. She attended nursing school at the University of Minnesota, and is certified as a Public Health Nurse. Debra is happily married, and both she and her husband are artists. They travel to various wellness fairs and teach Therapy through Art. They recently purchased property in the Bayfield area, and now have a dog and 30 apple trees! Debra is enjoying her MCH & PNCC job at the Red Cliff Health Center. She is passionate about the health, education and emotional wellbeing of children and their families.







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