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Ridgewater College hosts Community Health Fair

Erica Dischino / Tribune Students and staff member of Ridgewater College, as well as local community members, attend the annual Ridgewater College Community Health Fair Thursday on he Willmar campus. 1 / 5
Erica Dischino / Tribune Sugar content in various types of food was one the topics presented at the annual Ridgewater College Community Health Fair Thursday on the Willmar campus. The fair offered educational resources on health care and provided attendees the opportunity to network with health care professionals.2 / 5
Erica Dischino / Tribune Holli Kern, a massage therapy student at Ridgewater College, smiles while massaging Deb Haines’ shoulders Thursday at the annual Ridgewater College Community Health Fair at the Willmar campus. Massage therapy students offered free massages at the fair, which provided educational resources on health care and allowed attendees to network with health care professionals. 3 / 5
Erica Dischino / Tribune Bailee Jerger, left, a representative for Rice Regional Dental Clinic, speaks with Ridgewater College student Paige Trebbensee at the annual Ridgewater College Community Health Fair Thursday at the Willmar campus. The fair offered educational resources on health care and provided attendees the opportunity to network with health care professionals.4 / 5
Erica Dischino / Tribune Angela Broten, client services director of Hope Pregnancy Center, speaks with attendees at the annual Ridgewater College Community Health Fair Thursday on the Willmar campus. Hope Pregnancy Center was one of more than 30 exhibits with information on both traditional and nontraditional medicine, as well as various therapies and nutrition.5 / 5

WILLMAR — Students and staff member of Ridgewater College, as well as local community members, attended the annual Ridgewater College Community Health Fair Thursday at the Willmar campus.

The fair offered educational resources on health care and provided attendees the opportunity to network with health care professionals. More than 30 exhibits provided information on both traditional and nontraditional medicine, as well as various therapies and nutrition.

Erica Dischino

Erica Dischino is the photographer for the West Central Tribune. Hailing from northern New Jersey, she graduated from Ithaca College in central New York with a bachelors in Journalism and Photography. Follow her on Instagram.

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