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    (Above) Healy kindergarten student Kelby Roemer does her “yucky” face while Quentin Lumpkins thinks about how he will do the same while discussing emotions at a mental health booth.
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    (Below) Tatum Radel, a FHSU junior, discusses tobacco and vaping with students attending the health fair. (Record Photos)
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    (Right) Robyn Deines, a 4-H and youth specialist with Walnut Creek Extension District, discusses drug use.

healthier living

Annual fair offers lifestyle tips for Healy, Dighton students

Tips on better physical and mental health were offered to Healy and Dighton students during the annual youth health fair held at the Healy School.

About 85 students in grades K-12 visited 15 booths sponsored by local law enforcement, health professionals, Extension and students from Fort Hays State University.

“Good health is about making good decisions,” notes Dana Shay who organizes the annual event. “The earlier you can start, the better, but it’s never too late to make changes that will help you live healthier - physically and mentally.”

 

 

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