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Thank You for a Successful Chelmsford Health and Wellness Fair!

I write to thank all of the numerous vendors and volunteers (too many to list), for taking part in the Chelmsford Health and Wellness Fair that took place on Saturday

March 22, 2014 at the Chelmsford Senior Center. Without your participation, this event would not have happened. We had a fantastic response from Chelmsford High School students to volunteer their time on a Saturday morning to help make this a successful event. All vendors commented on the politeness and eagerness of all students and voiced thanks for this service. I would also like to thank our local businesses: Dunkin Donuts (Drum Hill), Tedeschi (Boston Rd), Market Basket (Chelmsford St), Chelmsford Copy and Secretarial, Alpha Tae Kwon Do, Chelmsford Senior Center, Super Stop and Shop, and Walmart (Drum Hill) for their generous donations. Chelmsford is a wonderful community and residents of all ages were able to benefit from this fair. I received nothing but positive comments from those who attended. Children enjoyed the face painting, games, and “Pluggy” our safety fire hydrant, while adults were able to gain information in all areas of health and wellness and even participate in a chair massage or REIKI treatment if they so desired.

As a representative for the Board of Health and the Healthy Chelmsford Coalition I enjoyed working with every one of you and collaborating with you to make this event so successful.

                                                                                    THANK YOU again.

                                                                                    Sue Rosa, RN, BSN

                                                                                    Manager of Healthcare Services

                                                                                    Town of Chelmsford

Healthy Chelmsford Coalition

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