Randolph Invites Public to “To Your Health! Community Wellness Day”
Randolph’s annual Community Wellness Day will be held on Saturday, March 7, from noon until 3pm, rain or shine, at the Randolph Middle School. 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 financial well-being.
Hosted by the Randolph Middle School and coordinated by the Randolph Pain Relief & Wellness Center, Community Wellness Day provides attendees with free health screenings, complimentary health and wellness consultations, fitness classes and contests, and a variety of healthy snacks provided by local grocers and restaurants. Attendees are eligible to win prizes that include massages, prescription sunglasses, gourmet lunches, gift baskets, gift cards, teeth cleaning and teeth whitening, martial arts training, attendance at a summer baseball camp, and much more. Providers will also offer practical tips and education for dealing with common health, wellness and parenting concerns.
The event includes music presented by a local DJ and the KidZone activity area offering free face painting, craft projects, sports activities, and a photo booth open to all. “The health and wellness providers who make Community Wellness Day possible are honored by the opportunity to give the gift of health and well-being to our community,” said Dr. David Simon of Randolph Pain Relief & Wellness. Proceeds from the event 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.