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Health Fair returns Saturday

January 8, 2019

by ANNE BLANKENSHIP – Daily Freeman-Journal

The 6th annual Fuller Hall Health Fair is set for Saturday with a full slate of exhibitors and demonstrations scheduled from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.

Scheduled activities include free massages, reflexology and blood pressure checks, a performance by the Dance Connection Dancers at 11 a.m. and drawings for prizes every 30 minutes.

Participants can also use the weight room, cardio room, swimming pool and racquetball courts throughout the entire at no cost.

From 9:30 to 11 a.m., Hamilton County 4-H will be offering healthy snacks and hands-on activities for youth of all ages in the Sampson Room.

Many exhibitors

The list of exhibitors includes: Prairie Sun Yoga, The Dance Connection, Hamilton County Public Health, Van Diest Family Health Clinic, Central Iowa RSVP, Iowa Specialty Hospital-Iowa Weight Loss Specialists, Story Medical Clinic Natural Health (Valerie Stallbaumer, licensed acupuncturist), Community and Family Resources, Wellness with Wanda Massage and Therapy, Webster County Health I-Smile Silver Program, Webster County Health I-Smile Program, ISU Extension and Outreach of Hamilton County, Southfield Wellness Community, Peace Be With You Massage and Reflexology, Building Families, Kendall Young Library, Millennium Physical Therapy, Essential Oils by Erin, SHIIP Medicare Assistance, Reset to Wellness, Life and Health Care Inc., The Healing Touch, Young Living Oils with Shelley, My MedMart, Grandview Care Center, Legacy Learning Boone River Valley, Cancer Screening by Heidi Hollander, It Works, Crestview Nursing and Rehab, Yoli Optimal Health, Hoovz-Hemp Products, Bee Inspired Program and Market America Health and Wellness.

Organizers said there is still room for additional vendors. There is no charge for people or businesses to display products and services. Contact Kent Harfst at 832-9193 or email, kent_harfst@webstercity.com.


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Last modified: January 8, 2019

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