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Many thanks to those who made the May 29 National Senior Health & Fitness Day at the Baraboo Civic Center a success. The committee of Jo Heath of Curves, Marina Whitman of Eagle Country Aging & Disability Resource Center, Cassidy Walsh and Jacob McKevitt of city of Baraboo Parks, Recreation and Forestry Department ably coordinated the event’s displays, activities, programs and publicity.

Thanks to Mayor Mike Palm proclaiming May 29 as Baraboo’s National Senior Health & Fitness Day.

Thanks to displayers including Eagle Country ADRC, Baraboo Parks, Recreation and Forestry, Baraboo Indoor Pool, Curves, Ice Age Trail Alliance, National Alliance on Mental Health, New Life Physical Fitness, The Grainery, Sauk County Public Health Department, Sauk County Master Gardeners, Sauk County Veterans Service Office, Second Harvest Foodbank, Voxx Socks and Wisconsin Council of the Blind and Visually Impaired.

Thanks to presenters Beth Frostman and Shane Prondzinski SSM/St. Clare audiologists, Jessica Phelan of Sauk County Health Department and Tony Tyczynski of Veteran Service Office.

Thanks to Baraboo Parks, Recreation and Forestry Department for Fun Walk arrangement and Festival Foods and Pierce’s Express Market for providing refreshments.

Thanks to attendees for making this the best-attended National Senior Health & Fitness Day ever.

Diane Pillsbury, director, Baraboo Area Senior Citizen Organization, Baraboo

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