March 15, 2012
Contact Sue Danielson at
608-796-3806 or email@example.com
VITERBO UNIVERSITY COMMUNITY HEALTH FAIR APRIL 3
CROSSE, Wis. – The special presentation “Alcohol Poisoning: A Mother’s
Story” by Luanne Wielichowski, the mother of a Viterbo student who drowned in
an alcohol related accident, will open the Viterbo University Community Health
Fair from noon–1 p.m. Tuesday, April 3 in the School of Nursing Collins
Auditorium, room 196.
Community Health Fair is free and open to the public. People who plan to attend
the opening presentation are asked to register because space is limited and
lunch is provided. Call 608-796-3825 to register.
Wielichowski’s presentation, the Community Health Fair will be held from 2–6
p.m. in the Amie L. Mathy Center for Recreation and Education.
The theme of this year’s health fair is “At the Heart
of Health and Safety.” More than 40 local organizations are scheduled to
attend, including Franciscan Skemp Healthcare, Gundersen Lutheran, Coulee
Council on Addictions, and Consumer Credit Counseling Services of La Crosse.
Participants will have the opportunity to get a massage, enjoy a healthy snack,
donate blood, undergo numerous health screenings, obtain important health and
safety information, or participate in any of the many other available
activities. For a full list of participating organizations, activities,
screenings, and displays, visit www.viterbo.edu/healthfair.
health fair is a great way to promote and offer important health information
and education to employees, students, and community,” said Sue Danielson,
director of Viterbo health services and chair of the event. “I am especially
pleased that we are able to provide everyone with the opportunity to hear
Luanne Wielichowski, who will share a very important message.”
The Viterbo University Community Health Fair is
hosted by Viterbo University and is sponsored by Magic 105 FM, State Farm
Insurance, The Big Event Company, La Crosse County Prevention Network, Allergy
Associates of La Crosse, and Benefit Plan Administrators.