Gym Will Host Community Health Fair

A free community health fair is scheduled for March 24 from 2 to 4 p.m. in the Leiske-Pultar Gymnasium.

The fair will include health education on the following topics: vital signs, blood glucose, blood pressure check, body mass index, vision screening, strep testing, body fat assessment, flexibility, muscle fitness, hearing check, and CPR/Heimlich teaching.

Information will also be provided on dental health, nutrition education and lifestyle management. In addition, there will be activities for kids such as a one-mile fun run, coloring, puzzles, and a jump rope/hula hoop competition.

For more information contact: johnsoncountyhealthfair2013@yahoo.com.

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