Healthy Living Festival to take place Saturday

Festival promotes individual, community wellness

Submitted Photo The Healthy Living Festival promotes individual and community wellness, giving attendees a chance to learn something new and find support for taking care of their minds, bodies and spirits. Attendees will particpate in interactive presentations to help teach them strategies for leading a healthier lifestyle.

The Healthy Living Festival returns for its third year to promote all facets of a healthy lifestyle with opportunities to meet experts in the community and participate in interactive presentations to learn strategies for leading a healthier lifestyle. The Healthy Living Festival will be held Saturday, March 30 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the Sleep Inn & Suites.

“We are really excited about our third annual event. Personal and community wellness have been our goal since the beginning,” said Emily Rodacker, owner of Just Be and co-host of the Healthy Living Festival. “We don’t know what we don’t know. The Healthy Living Festival is the perfect place to learn something new and find support for taking care of our minds, bodies and spirits.”

Not only does the Healthy Living Festival focus on individual wellness, but a portion of proceeds from the event are donated to a community organization that also emphasizes health and wellness in a unique way. That’s exactly what the Minot Air Force Base Chaplain Corps does.

“The MAFB Chaplain Corps is committed to facilitating the free exercise of religion and serving airmen, their families, and civilian employees to support all aspects of health and wellness,” said Major Glen Harris, Deputy Wing Chaplain. “This donation will further support our mission by allowing for additional unit engagement and whole-person learning activities that foster healthy lifestyles to our MAFB family.”

General admission and lunch tickets can be purchased at www.thejustbelifestyle.com or by calling 340-4069.

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