Health and Wellness Expo - free to the community event

Press Release Issued 7-26-2013

The Life Church of Kansas City is hosting a Health and Wellness Expo

On August 17th, 2013, from 10am until 4pm The Life Church of Kansas City, 10400 View High Dr. Kansas City, MO is hosting the “Health and Wellness Expo”. Swope Parkway Dental will be on-site doing free Dental Care. St. Luke’s Breast Center and the Community Blood Bank will be on location as well. Kansas City uses 582 units of blood every day and the blood bank needs donors! Other services that will also be provided free of charge include; Blood Glucose testing, blood pressure checks, HIV testing, Audiology testing, Nurses and First Aide stations, overall Health and Specialized assessments will be available and so much more. (See attached Vendor list)

Lunch will be provided free of charge to all attendees.

There will also be activities for kids of all ages, such as; The Kansas City Mobile Zoo, The Kansas City Fire and Rescue will have a truck on-site, The Missouri Highway Patrol and the Life Flight Eagle with a crew, Missouri K9 and Kansas City Mounted Police.

This event is free and open to the entire Community.

For advertising information or to schedule interviews please contact Anita Wade at creativebyanita12@gmail.com.

For more information on vendors, transportation and the “Health and Wellness Expo” contact Vickie Briles at 816-878-1673

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