Monday, September 8, 2014

Live Well Health Expo planned as LIVE UNITED Day project

As part of LIVE UNITED Day for 2014, several local organizations are partnering with the United Way of Cass County to hold the third annual community health fair, called the Live Well Health Expo this year. This free event will take place on Saturday, September 20 which is the day after the annually recognized LIVE UNITED Day, set for September 19, 2014. This community health fair is recognized as a LIVE UNITED Day project and is sponsored by United Way of Cass County, Better Health of Cass County, and Logansport Savings Bank.

The event will be held in downtown Logansport at Little Turtle Waterway from 9 am – 2 pm. The public is welcome to attend.

Participating organizations in the event include:

  • American Red Cross
  • Area Five Agency on Aging
  • Better Health of Cass County
  • Bodyworks of Logansport
  • Cass County Family YMCA
  • Cass County Parks Department
  • Cass County Reading Railroad
  • Indiana Wesleyan University
  • IU Health
  • Ivy Tech Community College
  • Logansport Fire Department
  • Logansport High School Berryettes
  • Logansport Memorial Hospital
  • Logansport Police Department
  • MD Wise
  • North Central Indiana Area Health Education Center
  • Purdue Extension Office – Cass County
  • Rabb-Kinetico
  • Senior Helpers
  • Trinity Healthcare
  • United Way of Cass County
  • Wal-Mart Vision Center
  • Woodbridge Health Campus


Throughout the day, there will be several interactive demonstrations held on the new community stage from the Cass County Community Foundation. These include yoga, Zumba, cooking, and more! Other event highlights to be noted are the free health screens, free hearing screenings, and free vision screens that will be available for all who attend.

“LIVE UNITED Day is all about working together to serve our community, by bringing together numerous volunteers and projects that will leave a lasting impact on those involved,” comments Scott Kraud, Chairman of Better Health of Cass County. “This health fair will bring together several of our resources in Cass County who make it their mission to serve our community and meet its changing needs.”

“Additionally, we hope this event will two do things – increase awareness of local, state, and national health services available to our community, and motivate participants to make positive health behavior changes in their own lives. If either of these are accomplished, we will consider this event a great success, and a true demonstration of what it means to LIVE UNITED,” he says.

For questions about this event, contact anyone listed below:

  • Lita Rouser – (574) 753-3533
  • Scott Kraud – (574) 735-6905
  • Vicki Byrd – (574) 753-1414


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