Plenty of people stopped by the DCC, but it wasn't to hit the gym.
 
The second annual Alberta Heartland Primary Care Network (PCN) Health and Wellness Expo was held on Thursday (Mar.1) in the Lion's Banquet room.
 
"This is an opportunity for the PCN to really showcase all of our programs," said PCN communications and public relations manager, Savannah Melnyk.
 
Those who stopped in had the chance to meet every single PCN clinician, as well as other community stakeholders and health and and wellness organizations within Fort Saskatchewan.
 
"We're able to show residents of Fort Saskatchewan all the really great resources that they have and how they can take better care of themselves," added Melnyk.
 
There were 25 vendors in addition to eight tables dedicated to nutrition, mental health, senior's health, diabetes management and more.
 
Last expo saw roughly 100 people attend and Melnyk was pretty excited about this year's turnout.
 
For more information visit their website.
 

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