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Diversity Health Fair hosted by Sikh temple in Rutland

Chronic disease prevention will be the focus of the 4th annual Diversity Health Fair on Sunday at the Okanagan Sikh Temple, 11 a.m. to 3 p.m., at 1111 Rutland Rd.

The health fair is organized by Kelowna Community Resources in partnership with Welcome BC and AMSSA (Affiliation of Multicultural Societies and Services Agencies).

Exhibitors will include non-profit health and wellness related organizations offering advice on how to live a healthy lifestyle.

Admission for the public is free.

Coordinator Doreen Rosvold “I am excited to showcase this multicultural venue to our community while offering health information to the diverse cultures in our community,” said event coordinator Doreen Rosvold.

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