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Your Healthy Family: 5Health Fair continues Sat May 6th

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The 5Health fair wraps up next Saturday May 6th, in Texas Creek. The 5Health fair wraps up next Saturday May 6th, in Texas Creek.
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The 5Health Fair continues in southern Colorado.  The 5Health fair wraps up next Saturday May 6th, in Texas Creek.  The 5Health Fair will be held at the Deer Mountain Fire Station at 6181 County Road 28.

On Saturday April 29th, the 5Health fair was in Manitou Springs, Trinidad, Canon City, and Saguache.

The 5Health Fair gives you the opportunity to take ownership of your health, and get free and low cost health screenings and lab work done so you can spot any developing health problems at very affordable prices.  The 5Health Fair is for anyone, if  you have insurance or not.

In Manitou Springs the 5Health fair will be at the Community Congregational Church, from 7 a.m. to noon.  

In Trinidad, go to the Mt. San Rafael Hospital from 7:30 to noon.

In Canon City it's at the Evangelical Free Church from 7 to noon.

And in Saguache head to Mountain Valley High School from 7 a.m. to 11:30 a.m..

You can always check the status of any Health Fair location, by calling the hotline, at 303-698-3799.

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