Annual Health Expo aimed for adults, kids

The March 10 event will have various health screenings and kids activities.

Annual Health Expo aimed for adults, kids

Enumclaw’s 26th annual Health and Wellness Expo will take place from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday, March 10, in the Enumclaw Middle School gymnasium. The free event is open to the public.

The Expo – co-sponsored by Franciscan Health System’s St. Elizabeth Hospital and the Enumclaw Regional Healthcare Foundation – will feature events for adults and children. For adults, there will be free health screenings for blood pressure, cholesterol and glucose; booths will feature acupuncture, financial health resources, food samples and more. Flu shots will be available for $25 and there will be a limited supply.

For children, events will include performances by Dance It Up! Also, the Enumclaw Police Department will provide education around kids staying safe.

Other local sponsors of the annual Health and Wellness Expo include Cascade Place Senior Living, Heritage House Assisted Living and Memory Care, Northwest Kidney Centers, Prestige Senior Living, Enumclaw Health and Rehab, Family Resource Home Care, Foothills Compounding Pharmacy, Highpoint Village, Kindred Home Health, Sea of Qi Acupuncture and Weeks’ Funeral Homes

Free transportation for senior citizens will be available on a first-come, first-served basis. Call the Rainier Foothills Wellness Foundation at 360-802-3206 to reserve a seat. For more information, call the Wellness Foundation.




Talk to us

Please share your story tips by emailing editor@courierherald.com.

To share your opinion for publication, submit a letter through our website https://www.courierherald.com/submit-letter/. Include your name, address and daytime phone number. (We’ll only publish your name and hometown.) Please keep letters to 500 words or less.

More in News

Feel free to use this image, just link to www.SeniorLiving.Org
Buckley budget includes money for streets, recreation projects

Residents can look forward to work being done on River Avenue and a new athletic court.

Enumclaw's decision making tree
ESD students will not return until January

Many teachers and parents saw flaws in the plan for students to return to school after Thanksgiving, just to have them go on winter holiday a few weeks later.

The Courier-Herald is moving to a paid-subscription model. Photo by Ray Miller-Still
Dec. 2 is the last free edition of the Courier-Herald

When you subscribe to a newspaper, you’re not just receiving a product, but investing in an idea.

One of the highlights of Holiday Fantasy has been outright donations to a worthy cause. Here, attendees show their support during the 2018 event. This year, the event will be holding a virtual auction over four days. Photo by Kevin Hanson
Holiday Fantasy goes virtual, offers four days of silent auction

The annual Rainier Foothills Wellness Foundation fundraiser helps fund nearly a third of the non-profits various programs, from feeding seniors to arranging transport to medical appointments.

File photo
Snow Lake, located near Snoqualmie Pass in Mt. Baker-Snoqualmie National Forest.
Washington releases new forest plan

It outlines ways the state will protect and maintain forest health.

Still from the movie
New horror movie filmed in Enumclaw

“They Reach” was written and directed by a former local, who wanted to show off Enumclaw in his first-ever feature-length film.

City of Buckley's Merry and Bright competition
Buckley hosts first-ever holiday decoration competition

The deadline to register your home is Dec. 4.

King County Council has nine members who each represent a district. Courtesy of kingcounty.gov
King County Council passes $12.59 billion biennial budget

King County Council on Nov. 17 passed a $12.59 billion biennial budget… Continue reading

Venise Cunningham and Belinda Kelly celebrating the opening of their new restaurant and bar, the Simple Goodness Sisters Soda Shop in Wilkeson. Contributed photo
Simple Goodness Sisters Soda Shop opens in Wilkeson

There’s sodas for the kids, cocktails for the adults, and ice cream and sandwiches to round out the family-friendly vibe of the new shop.

Most Read