Healthy Living Day at Minnesota School of Business, Blaine campus brought in 17 community members to enjoy a variety of free activities on campus. The event was on May 18 from 1-3 p.m. Attendees enjoyed Zumba classes, chair massages, blood pressure and pulse checks, pet healthy grooming presentations, I.T. personal security presentations, and an Excel Workshop.
Staff also participated in a Greater Twin Cities United Way Caring Connections project. 500 snack packs were assembled to be delivered to Community Emergency Assistance Program (CEAP).
“We were pleased with the number of community members who attended our event,” said Meghan Hathaway, Communications and Community Relations Specialist. “The activities offered were a big hit; and we had several community members express how much they enjoyed the day.”
“The Healthy Living Day Community Education event at the Blaine campus was a success,” said Diana Igo, Campus Director. “Two community participants requested additional information, and one is coming in tomorrow to discuss their future as a medical assistant student at the Blaine campus.”