Growth Spurt

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By The Staff

Chris Wilson, a fourth-grader at William Tell Elementary School, has his height checked by Perry County Memorial Hospital's Caryn Weiss during his school's family health fair Tuesday. The event offered a gym full of booths offering health and fitness information, screenings and nutritional snacks. Other attractions included canine and gymnastic demonstrations and a spaghetti supper. Perry Central's health fair is scheduled for 5:30 to 8:30 p.m. today and will include similar booths, activities, a free soup-and-salad supper, safety demonstrations and library-book sale.

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