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Reflexologist Sue Simon (left) chats with Orland Park resident Carol Mozwecz on Saturday, Nov. 2, during Orland Fire Protection District’s Passport to Wellness Health Fair. Laurie Fanelli/22nd Century Media
Passport to Wellness Health Fair co-organizers Betsy Dine (left) and Aishling Dalton-Kelly pose for a photo on Saturday, Nov. 2, during the inaugural Passport to Wellness Health Fair in Orland Park. Photos by Laurie Fanelli/22nd Century Media
Bob Wisniowicz, of Orland Park, gets health information from CVS of Orland Park pharmacist Jennifer Brandon.
Attorney Eileen Kerlin Walsh chats with Passport to Wellness Health Fair attendees Paul and Jeanette Hiller, of Orland Park.
Laurie Fanelli, Freelance Reporter
4:21 am CST November 5, 2019
Getting a passport stamped can represent a lot more than vacation destinations, as each mark symbolizes new experiences and lessons learned. On Saturday, Nov. 2, the Orland Fire Protection District invited area seniors to its Administration Headquarters for the latest Coffee and Conversation event ...