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Randolph Invites Public to 2016 "To Your Health! Community Wellness Fest"

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RANDOLPH, NJ- Randolph’s 2016 To Your Health! Community Wellness Fest will be held on Sat., Mar. 5 from noon until 3 p.m., rain or shine, at Randolph Middle School. If necessary, snow date updates will be posted at CommunityWellnessFest.com.

Free and open to the public, this event brings together dozens of local businesses and organizations that help people raise happy and healthy kids, take care of their own health and wellness, and protect their family’s personal and financial wellbeing.

Hosted by Randolph Middle School and coordinated by the Randolph Pain Relief & Wellness Center, the Community Wellness Fest provides attendees with free health screenings plus complimentary health and wellness consultations, fitness classes and contests, and a variety of free healthy snacks provided by local grocers and restaurants.

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The grand prize drawing includes an Amazon Kindle Fire tablet, mountain bike, men and women’s jewelry, $1000 toward orthodontics, New Jersey Devils ticket packages, and an overnight hotel getaway.

Other giveaways and vendor drawings include children’s games, toys and crafts, gift baskets, movie passes, fun t-shirts and hoodies, massages, prescription sunglasses, gourmet lunches, museum passes, gift cards, teeth cleaning and teeth whitening packages, personal training, summer baseball camp, and much more.

Providers will also offer practical tips and education for dealing with common health, wellness and parenting concerns.

The fest includes music presented by a local DJ, the KidZone activity area, face painting, craft projects, and sports activities, a photo booth open to all, and fitness contests including the Plank Challenge, Sit-Up Challenge, and Pull-Up Challenge. Attendees of all ages will enjoy the drumming fitness demonstration, K-9 unit demonstration, martial arts and Irish dance demonstrations, and more.

“This is a wonderful opportunity for everyone in Randolph to invest a little time to take care of themselves and their families while having a lot of fun. What better way to kick off spring?” said Dr. David Simon of Randolph Pain Relief & Wellness.

Proceeds from To Your Health! Randolph Community Wellness Fest benefit the Randolph Education Foundation, which supports teacher innovation and student success throughout the Randolph Township school district.

For more information, call Claire Keller at (973) 366-6615.

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