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Employees “Feelin’ Groovy” at SCOE’s Health and Wellness Fair

Annual Event Teaches Employees How to Improve Their Health

Staff attending health fair

In an effort to promote health and wellness, the Sacramento County Office of Education (SCOE) hosted a Health and Wellness Fair for employees at its David P. Meaney Education Center on April 9. This year's theme: "We'll All Be Feelin' Groovy."

The health fair was organized to teach employees how to improve health in all aspects of their lives, featuring some of the resources available to assist them in achieving a healthier lifestyle.

Learning opportunities were available with information about nutrition, cancer screening/prevention, blood and organ donation, exercise, dental health, mental health, and a lot more. Staff received information about eating healthy, routine exercise, managing stress, safety, and annual wellness exams.

Thanks to the following organizations for providing information about healthy living:

  • 24 Hour Fitness
  • Action Boot Camps (Megan White)
  • Advanced Skin Solutions for You
  • Alzheimer's Association
  • American Fidelity Assurance Company
  • Blue Shield of California
  • Body Balance Spinal Care
  • California Family Fitness
  • Colwell Thundering Herd Ranch
  • CSEA
  • CTA
  • Curves (Rancho Cordova)
  • Delta Dental of CA
  • Dignity Health/Mercy Medical Group
  • Elk Grove Adult & Community Education
  • Farm Fresh to You
  • Hill Physicians Medical Group
  • HOPE Wellness Institute
  • Juice Plus+
  • Kaiser Permanente
  • Mather Golf Course
  • MHN Employee Assistance Program
  • Northern CA Swimstitute
  • Pamela Spencer (Nutritionist, Conscious Living, LLC)
  • Raphael Medicine + Therapies
  • Sacramento Vegan Society
  • Sacramento Walking Sticks
  • Shannon Vigil Wellness
  • SIA
  • Sierra Donor Services
  • Simone Vianna (Massage Therapist)
  • Susan Reyes (Massage Therapist)
  • UC Davis Health System
  • UnitedHealthcare HMO
  • Vision Service Plan (VSP)
Staff attending health fair
Staff attending health fair