Virginia College To Host Community Health Fair Oct. 21

Monday, October 16, 2017

Virginia College in Chattanooga will partner with the Chattanooga Police Department to host a Community Health Fair Saturday, Oct. 21 from 10 a.m.-1 p.m. at the campus, 721 Eastgate Loop.

The event is free and open to the public. The event will feature refreshments, a scavenger hunt, hair painting, tours of police cars, SWAT trucks and firetrucks, health and safety classes, campus tours, program demonstrations and lab demonstrations. All attendees can enter to win prize giveaways such as Amazon gift cards.

The event is part of Virginia College parent company Education Corporation of America’s national Halloween Spooktacular events being held at 62 other Virginia College, Brightwood College and Brightwood Career Institute locations throughout 16 states.

“We are looking forward to this event, as it promises to be an afternoon of family-friendly fun and an opportunity to get to know our community police department,” says Campus President Dominick DeLorenzo. “We hope that everyone will join us for some fun activities as well as important health and safety instruction, as you get to know both our staff and students at Virginia College."




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