National Senior Health and Fitness Day® Being Held Wednesday, May 26, 2021

April 16, 2021


Evangelical Community Hospital in partnership with The Miller Center for Recreation and Wellness, Lewisburg, is holding National Senior Health and Fitness Day® on Wednesday, May 26, 2021, from noon-2 pm at the Miller Center. The event is graciously sponsored by RiverWoods Senior Living Community. This program is free, presented in a safe, drive-through format, and open to the public.

This 28th annual event is the largest of its kind held for older adults. It is designed to provide an overview of resources available in the local community to keep aging Americans healthy and fit and allows participants to learn methods for making positive changes in their lives.

The free event is drive-through format and individuals are invited to attend to receive a bag filled with health and wellness literature and information that relates to adults ages 55 and beyond. The bag will also include giveaway items generously donated by local organizations and businesses. The first 100 attendees will receive a free umbrella. Participants will be encouraged to take a walk on the Buffalo Valley Rail Trail during the event wearing masks and respecting physical distancing guidelines. 

Attendees should arrive by vehicle at The Miller Center main entrance facing Giant. Directional signs will guide participants to the bag pick-up area. Virtual education programs will be made available throughout the day at www.evanhospital.com.

Virtual Programs include:

  • A tour of the RiverWoods Community presented by Allison Kauffman, Residential Sales Counselor, exploring living options and highlighting wellness opportunities and amenities available to RiverWoods residents.
  • Buffalo Valley Police Chief Paul Yost will present Avoid Being Scammed, a focused presentation on how you can protect yourself while online and avoid the pitfalls and perils that await internet users.
  • The Importance of Staying Active will be presented by Janice Leeser, a Certified Personal Trainer at the Lewisburg YMCA at the Miller Center. The presentation will stress the need to continue movement in life as a “use it or lose it” ability. Leeser will demonstrate simple techniques that can be used anywhere, anytime to add productive movement to daily activities.
  • Janine Fee, MS, MPT, Physical Therapist at Evangelical Community Hospital will present “Are You Feeling Off Balance?" The presentation will explore the human balance system and how a disturbance in that system can impact daily living. Fee will address vertigo, how inner ear anatomy plays a role in the condition, and treatment options.

More information about the event is available by calling Evangelical Community Health and Wellness at 570-768-3200.

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