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Midvale Lions host Health Fair

Over 90 people were served at the annual Midvale Lions Club Health Fair. This year’s theme, in keeping with Midvale Lions upcoming 50th Anniversary, was Celebrating Healthy Lifestyles. The Health Fair was held on Saturday October 25th at the Midvale Veterans Hall from 9am-1pm.  Midvale Lions served a healthful brunch to vendors and attendees.

Health Services offered were:
  • Comprehensive Metabolic Blood Panel
  • Flu Vaccinations
  • Blood Glucose, Vision, Hearing, and Blood Pressure Screening in Lions MSU
  • Height, Weight and Body Composition Analysis
  • Mammogram Screening
  • Bone Density Testing
  • Rural Health Information Services and Rural Agencies serving the Upper Country
  • Medicare/Medicaid Information
  • Hospice and Home Health Care information
  • Weiser Hospital information

The Midvale Lions Club has 27 members and meets at the VFW Hall on the first Thursday of the month at 7:00 pm.  In addition to sponsoring the annual Health Fair, they sell community calendars, adopt families and collect toys at Christmas, and sponsor the Patriotism Essay Contest.

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