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Health Fair Encourage Healthy Habits

City and county officials want to make sure everyone knows the importance of developing healthy habits. Saturday afternoon the public health district held a health fair. The fair highlighted issues important to reduce deaths and prevent diseases. Some of the services included blood
pressure and glucose checks and animal/pet safety. It is held every year. If you couldn't make it out this year be sure to check it out next year.

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