Glen Mar Church Will Host First Community Health Fair

The Messenger
health fair, The Messenger 2022-05-01

By Bruce Leuthold

On Saturday, May 21, 2022, from 11:00 am to 4:00 pm, Glen Mar Church is hosting a free community health fair to meet the needs (e.g., physical, emotional, and health) in our community. The target population for this health fair is the lower income households and families with children in Title 1 schools in Howard County.  Due to cost of health care, COVID shutdowns, and fear, many have not been keeping up with their normal health check-up/issues during the pandemic years.

Information about the health fair has been distributed to several different groups.  The first group is the Howard County COAD, which is a group of non-profits and churches.  The second group is the Howard County Public School System Title 1 school Program Manager who will share with the 13 Title 1 schools in Howard County.  The event is also posted on the HCPSS community news page, has been shared directly with St. John Baptist and AMES Memorial Churches, and with the WRBS 95.1 radio station.

Share the Event in Our Community

Download and print our flyer and place it where people can see it. Please share the information about the event below with your family and friends on FaceBook.

Volunteer Opportunity

We are looking for outdoor greeters and inside guides. The first shift needs a total of six volunteers and is from 10:15 AM to 1:30 PM. The second shift needs a total of six volunteers and is from 1:15 PM to 4:30 PM. If you know anyone who is interested in volunteering at this event, please have them send an email containing which shift they would like to work to Service hours available upon request.

Everyone is welcome.

Pre-registration is strongly recommended, but walk-ins will be taken as time slots allow.

For the latest info, visit us and register on the Community Health Fair Event page.

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