Large numbers turn out for health fair

Door PRIZES – These students had people to register at these booths for some great door prizes. From left are Kaki Dillahunty, Meredith Perritt, Sydney Donald, Josselyn Hernandez. Allie Kate Smith, and Brayden Friend.
FACE PAINTING – A guy has to get a face painting job every now and then by girls. In photo, Jake Harris shows that he is a good sport as (from left) Lillian Sanders, Lillyan Wortham and Sara Beth Smith put the finishing touches to his face.
CARROLL COUNTY DRUG PREVENTION COALITION – At the Carroll County Drug Prevention Coalition display, Krystal Tippitt (left) holds her hands out to catch a ball being thrown by her daughter, Ellie, who wears a pair of smoke eye goggles.

The community did indeed turn out for the “Put a little love in your health” Community-wide Health Fair. Held at the Huntingdon Middle School gym on Feb. 9 from 6 to 8 p.m., it was sponsored by Huntingdon Special School District.
There were all kinds of health information that could be gathered from booths set up along the sides and ends of the gym.
In addition there were snacks, games, face painting, door prizes, health insurance vendors, dental insurance vendors, mental health agency resources, free Narcan training, fitness tips, vaccine information and local health resource agencies.
It turned out to be a wonderful evening for gathering health information as well as a fun time with friends and classmates, according to several attendees.

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