Hayden Center hosts first health and wellness fair

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HAYDEN – Join the Southern Gila county communities in their first annnual Health and Wellness Fair on Apr. 6 at the Hayden Center, 520 North Velasco Avenue.

Starting at 9 a.m. and ending at 2 p.m., the Fair will be a one-stop source for both serious inquiry and fun for the entire family. On the serious side, information on local agencies will be available, as will health screenings.

Fun for all agencies will be available, starting with the Kids Jumping Castle provided by Copper Communities Hospice, and including door prizes, raffles, a DJ, and food available for purchase.

If you want to learn more about your own or your loved ones health, in a fun, friendly environment, then the Hayden Center is the best place to be.

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