Health fair open to all; 100 free flu vaccines available

Media Contact: Barbara Fornasiero, EAFocus Communications, 248.260.8466, barbara@eafocus.com; Julie Kelly, Avondale School District, 248.537.6001, julie.kelly@avondale.k12.mi.us

Auburn Hills, Mich.—Oct. 28, 2014— Avondale School District, an achievement-oriented learning community focused on student leadership and success in academics, the arts and athletics, announces the Harvest of Health fair, organized through the Avondale/Oakland University partnership and including the Oakland University William Beaumont School of Medicine, will take place Saturday, Nov. 15 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at Avondale High School. The fair is open to all and free to attend. The first 100 attendees of the event are eligible to receive free flu shots.

The Harvest of Health fair, sponsored by the Pino Insurance Agency in Rochester, will feature games and prizes, food, giveaways and interactive health education stations for adults and children. Avondale High School is located at 2800 Waukegan St., Auburn Hills 48326.

For more information on Harvest of Health, please contact Marcia Hudson at (248) 537-6002 or marcia.hudson@avondale.k12.mi.us.

About Avondale School District
Avondale School District is a collaborative community of teachers, staff and families working together to assure student success. The district, encompassing portions of Auburn Hills, Bloomfield Township, Troy and Rochester Hills, celebrates the richness of a diverse student population and strives to be a model school community that prepares students to be lifelong learners and contributing citizens to the world that awaits them upon graduation. Learn more about Avondale Schools, an AdvancED accredited district, at www.avondale.k12.mi.us.