Heart Council’s Health Fair Draws Massive Crowd

 More than 60 participating vendors from Los Alamos, Santa Fe and Northern New Mexico provided educational information, performed free health screenings and handed out freebies such as bags, bookmarks, pens and water bottles at Saturday’s Health Fair. Photo by Ann ReVelle 

HEART COUNCIL News:

 
The Los Alamos Heart Council’s 27th Annual Health Fair was a rousing success with more than 1,600 attendees Saturday morning from 8 a.m. to noon.
 
Some 720 adult flu shots were provided free of charge by the Los Alamos Medical Center. A large number of people also took advantage of the blood work offered at significant savings.
 
By 10 a.m. Saturday, the 190 free helmets for children provided by the Los Alamos Heart Council and fitted by the TuffRiders Club were all gone.
 
Photo by Ann ReVelle
 
More than 60 participating vendors from Los Alamos, Santa Fe and Northern New Mexico provided educational information, performed free health screenings and handed out freebies such as bags, bookmarks, pens and water bottles.
 
The Los Alamos Heart Council is an all-volunteer local non-profit not affiliated with any national organization and a United Way Community Partner.
 
They do no fund raising activities, but receive support from the United Way Community Action Fund and direct donations.
 
Their Vision is “To Promote Heart Health and Wellness in Our Northern New Mexico Communities.”
 
 
Photo by Ann ReVelle
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