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Wellfest Expo Raises Awareness of Healthy Living For Seniors and Their Families in SW Houston

Ambassadors Foundation will be hosting the second annual Southwest Wellfest Expo from 11 a.m. – 4 p.m on Saturday, November 1st at Wilcrest Baptist Church on 10800 Sharpview Dr., Houston, TX 77072. The event features free medical services, demonstrations, classes and services that promote health and wellness for seniors and mature adults.

“This is an opportunity for seniors and their families to know about the valuable resources and services that are available to them,” said Dr. Victoria Ai Linh Bryant, president of Ambassadors Foundation.

More than 2,000 people are expected to attend the expo, which also includes an entertainment stage and games for children. EMS, HPD, HFD trucks and a helicopter will be on display for the community to learn about public services. This will be the first time this underserved community, comprising of Asians and Hispanics, will have an opportunity to experience a wellness expo where there will be no selling of any products or services.

“This is an event for the whole family,” said Dr. Bryant. “This is a community event that we partner with HEB, Memorial Hermann Southwest Hospital and Greater Vision Eye Care to create an environment where everyone will feel welcome while raising awareness about healthy living.”

More information about this event, sponsorship and being a part of the host committee can be found at www.myambassador.org/wellfest.

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Ambassadors Foundation is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization dedicated to promoting wellness and independence for seniors through community projects, volunteerism, educational seminars and wellness expos. For more information, visit www.myambassador.org.

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Contact: Victoria Ai Linh Bryant, PharmD
Phone: 713-521-2221
Email: info@myambassador.org

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