Last Updated on August 6th, 2016
August 6th, 2016
Written by Chuck Samples
This is a big week for the Flint Hills Community Health Center.
Sunday marks the start of National Health Center Week, and communications manager Jacque Ambrose says a lot of events are planned. Some are community-based, others are gearing kids up for getting back to school and another looks ahead to some ongoing political races. The goal, however, is to show what the Health Center does for the area.
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Events are highlighting the work done at both the Emporia and Eureka facilities. Monday will see pool parties at the Jones Aquatic Center from 6:30 to 8:30 pm and at the Eureka City Pool from 6 to 8 pm. Back-to-school activities, including free screenings and physicals, will take place in Emporia from 6 to 9 pm Tuesday and in Eureka from 6 to 8 pm Wednesday. Immunizations will also be available.
Speaking of Wednesday night, candidates for office in legislative races affecting Lyon County have been invited to a candidate forum. That will start at 7 pm at the Emporia location.