66th year of Johnstown Community Fair – FREE children’s activities, live entertainment, car show in Johnstown, West Virginia [#CommunityFair #Johnstown #FREEChildrensActivities]
The Johnstown Community Fair returns for its 66th year Saturday, September 14, 2019 bringing with it FREE children’s activities, live entertainment, a car show and more.
According to organizer Bill Suan, the festivities went well despite a rainy day in 2018.
“We had a lot of people come out, had all those kids’ games and rides and there was no charge for that. We sold a lot of food.”
– Bill Suan
66th Johnstown, WV, Community Fair to offer FREE games, entertainment Sept. 14:
Hearts United: FREE CPR Training and blood pressure screening in Fayette County, West Virginia [#HeartsUnited #FayetteCounty #WestVirginia]
In 2018, Oak Hill native Brian Keith passed away due to heart disease. His son, Jahari Brown, 9, along with the help of his mother, have formed ‘Hearts United,’ which focuses on community education, advocacy and scholarship opportunities.
On Saturday, September 7, 2019 Hearts United will partner with Community Restoration Worship Center, First Baptist Church of Harlem Heights and WV School of Osteopathic Medicine-Rural Health Initiative Program Center for Rural and Community Health to offer the residents of Fayette County a FREE CPR Training and blood pressure screening.
The training will be held at First Baptist Church of Harlem Heights at 416 Broadway Ave. Oak Hill, West Virginia.
The sessions will be held at 10:30 a.m and 11:30 a.m.
If you have any questions about the event, send an email to heartsunited18 AT gmail.com
‘Hearts United’ to offer FREE CPR training, blood pressure screenings:
FREE series of National Diabetes Prevention Program classes offered by Mon Health Medical Center’s Diabetes Learning Center in Morgantown, West Virginia [#MonHealthMedicalCenter #MorgantownWestVirginia #AllThingsFREE]
Mon Health Medical Center’s Diabetes Learning Center in Morgantown, West Virginia will offer a FREE series of National Diabetes Prevention Program classes beginning in September 2019.
The program provides education and support to individuals who are high risk of developing type 2 diabetes.
You will learn how to adopt and maintain healthy lifestyles by eating right, increasing physical activity and losing a modest amount of weight.
“This program provides the education people need to prevent diabetes. It is for people who do not have diabetes, but who have been told they are at high risk for getting it.”
– Andrea McCarty, MS, RD/LD, CDE, diabetes education coordinator at Mon Health Medical Center.
To qualify for the program, you must be at high risk for developing diabetes or have been diagnosed by a physician as someone with prediabetes.
Classes begin Sept. 12, 2019 and pre-registration is required. If you are interested, you may register by calling 304-598-1805.
Mon Health Medical Center to offer FREE diabetes prevention classes: