Healthy Living: Do-It-Yourself Vitamin Water (Ingredients Listed)


The National Coalition of 100 Black Women, Inc. Dallas Metropolitan Chapter invites you to join us for a Do-It-Yourself demonstration with guest speaker Dionne Jones, BA, MSSA, LSW, CPT, and Chair of Records and Reports in the Greater Cleveland Chapter of NC100BW. The discussion will be hosted by our NC100BW Dallas Metropolitan Chapter President, Mia Johnson.

This webinar will walk participants through the making of vitamin infused waters and discuss the benefits of each. Ingredients are below so you can prepare the items along with us during the demonstration. Dionne will provide information to help bring attention to the importance of having a healthy water intake and discuss ways to increase your hydration.

Call to Action: What can you do to become more aware of your personal health? What can you do to be proactive about your hydration during the summer? What are ways you can get informed and involved? How can partner with NC100BW to help bring awareness and action?


*Blueberry Lemon Infused Water

1 cup fresh blueberries

3-4 slices of lemon

1-2 fresh mint leaves

2 quarts Filtered or Distilled Water

2 quart Mason Jar with lid

*Spicy Citrus Water

1 lemon

1 lime

1 chili pepper

2-3 mint leaves

Please note - if you have allergies to any ingredients, consider a substitute or leave that item out.


Dionne Jones, BA, MSSA, LSW, CPT

Dionne Jones is a Geriatric Fitness Specialist and owner of Full Circle Fitness. She partners with Silver Sneakers approved Senior Centers in Northeast Ohio to coach older adults in obtaining a highly functional quality of life along the aging continuum. After spending 15 years working in school social work, medical social work and the last 7 years in the fitness industry, Dionne knows the positive impact health and wellness has on aging and mental health.

Dionne is a National Academy of Sports Medicine Certified Personal Trainer and Senior Fitness Specialist.

Dionne holds a Bachelor of Art in Gerontology from Kent State University and a Master of Social Science Administration from Case Western Reserve University.

For more information, Dionne can be reached via email:


Mia Johnson, Dallas Metropolitan Chapter President

Mia is an advocate, speaker, published author, therapist, and minister with a personal mission of empowering others to live life on purpose by making the most of every opportunity for social and economic development.

Mia holds a B.S. in psychology from Dallas Baptist University and has also earned a Master’s Degree in Professional Counseling. She is a manager for The Department of Family and Protective Services in the State of Texas where she oversees state investigators within her county and makes decisions regarding child safety.

Mia’s heart remains close to her community, which led to the organizing of the now National Coalition of 100 Black Women Inc. Dallas Metropolitan Chapter where she now serves as the chapter president. Her passion for change in her community will always be the driving force behind her efforts within the organization, as well as other endeavors.