Health & Wellness

Annual Health Fitness and Fun Fest March 24 To Include Collection For Randolph Animal Shelter

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RMS PAWS Club members load a van headed to The Lighthouse Rescue in NYC. The Lighthouse Rescue provides medical care, food, foster families, and finds permanent homes for the dogs.
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Flashback to the 2016 Community Wellness Fest - CCM Exercise Science students assisted Randolph Pain Relief and Wellness Center in providing wellness stretches for Health Fest participants.
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A look back at the 2016 Community Wellness Fest - Dr. Voynick of American Animal Hospital shares important information about pet health.
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Flashback to the 2016 Community Wellness Fest - Elite Toma Martial Arts provides an impressive demonstration.
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Flashback to the 2016 Community Wellness Fest - Morris County Sheriff's Department's K-9 Unit demonstration.
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Randolph Pain Relief and Wellness Center Co-Owners, Dr. Dean Curtis and Dr. David Simon
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Randolph, NJ — Randolph Pain Relief and Wellness Center (PRWC) is hosting the fourth annual Health, Fitness and Fun Fest (previously Community Wellness Fest) on Saturday, March 24 from 12 pm - 3 pm at Randolph Middle School.

This year, Randolph PRWC will partner with the P.A.W.S. Club at RMS, advised by guidance counselor LuAnn Mizzoni, to hold a collection drive to benefit the Randolph Animal Shelter.

“P.A.W.S (Pet Awareness with Smiles) is a middle school service club which was created last year by students who love animals and who are devoted to their humane treatment. The club focuses on the safety and welfare of all animals.” said Mizzoni.

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Attendees of the Health, Fitness and Fun Fest are invited to bring donations of needed items for the pound. These items include dry or canned cat food, dry or canned dog food, and cleaning supplies such as paper towels and bleach.

“It’s incredible what the P.A.W.S. Club has accomplished,” said Sunny Nowell, Shelter Manager at the Randolph Animal Shelter. “The students come in on weekends and really understand the importance of what they’re doing. We’re so grateful for the time and work of these young leaders.”

Dr. David Simon, co-owner of Randolph PRWC, noted, “It’s amazing how this event has grown and evolved over the years. We love the partnerships that develop and the collection for the Shelter is no different. It’s a win-win-win for the event, the kids and the animals.”

In addition to this drive, the Health Fitness and Fun Fest will feature demonstrations, free healthy food samples, and health screenings from local businesses and vendors.

Food vendors offering free food samples will include Alfa Bagel, Burrini’s Olde World Market, Dominick’s Pizza and Panini, Maschio’s Food Services, and the Randolph Diner.

There will be demonstrations by Elite Toma Martial Arts, Slattery School of Irish dance, the Morris County Sheriff’s K-9 Unit, and Randolph Township School’s teacher Amy Rubin will lead a group meditation. Athletic Republic and Randolph YMCA will provide fitness challenges for attendees throughout the day.

The event will also feature a Kid Zone with games and arts and crafts led by retired Randolph teacher Christine Brembs, as well as face painting provided by Baumwoll Orthodontics and a photo booth provided by Eloquent Studios.

Other vendors not previously mentioned include Randolph Township’s Police, Fire, Health and Recreation Departments, the Randolph Rescue Squad, American Animal Hospital, American Hearing Centers, County College of Morris’s Exercise Science and Nursing Departments, Denville Diagnostics, Family and Cosmetic Dentistry of Randolph, Fitness Coaching LLC, Goddard School, Harbor Hills Day Camp, March of Dimes, Marty’s Reliable Cycle, New York Life, Oasis Orthopedics, One by One Outreach, Pediatric Dental Associates, Provident Bank, Randolph Revolutions, Dr. Michael Solomonov (Pain Management Physician), TAP Into Randolph, Canfield Avenue School Green Team, US Kids Golf Instructor - Christine Brembs and Young Survivors Coalition.

Interested businesses should contact Claire Keller at Claire@randolphprwc.com. For more event information visit www.randolphprwc.com/fest.

The Randolph Pain Relief & Wellness Center provides injury rehab and chronic pain management tailored to each patient’s priorities with physical therapy, chiropractic care, medical massage, acupuncture and chronic pain management.

 

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