West Shore Plaza will host its first-ever community health day Saturday with Healthy Neighbors Fest.
Smith Land & Improvement Corp., owner of West Shore Plaza, is presenting the health festival from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the plaza, located at 1200 Market St., Lemoyne.
“We have a large physical space — an entire plaza — that can support community health. I’m thrilled to see our plaza used as a driver for health education, fitness, and well-being,” says Richard E. Jordan III, president & CEO of Smith Land & Improvement Corp. “Shoppers will be treated to store specials, free health screenings, fitness workshops, giveaways and a Walk to Health.”
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The event will begin at Goodwill at 10 a.m. with a formal presentation of an automated external defibrillator by the Peyton Walker Foundation to Goodwill for public use.
A family medicine provider will be at the UPMC Pinnacle booth and lead residents on a series of 15-minute strolls at the plaza.
The event will also feature a giveaway of 200 pedometers and swag bags on a first-come, first-served basis; samples of handmade dark chocolate from Macris Chocolates; discount on safety products from Ritter’s True Value; free apples from Toigo Orchards and silicon jewelry bands to veterans and emergency responders; free chair massages and heart-healthy drinks from Polished Salon, Spa & Wellness; and hand outs of balloons and stress balls from Goodwill’s mascot, Good Dog.