5th Annual Health and Wellness Expo attracts over 200 people

With a full slate of six dynamic speakers and over 15 exhibitors, this annual event promised health tips for all

A photograph of a seated couple.

John and Debbie Mandryk spoke at the annual health and wellness expo in Cranbrook to offer health tips for people of all ages. — Breanne Massey photo

The 5th Annual Health and Wellness Expo—organized in part by Kootenay Business and the participating sponsors—attracted a steady crowd of over 200 people. A wide variety of guest speakers proved very popular, including Don Davidson of Cranbrook Hospice Society, Dr. Trent Brereton, Dr. Kevin Roberge, Gerry Mackinnon and others.

Special guest speakers John and Debbie Mandryk (pictured above) proved to be popular as they addressed the many benefits of adults keeping active in an engaging and interactive session.

The Mandryks also are involved in promoting the Rails to Trails bike and walking path between Cranbrook and Kimberley, which they and a number of volunteers promoted through an informative display booth.

Kootenay Business would like to thank everyone who attended the event, the guest speakers and the many participating sponsors.

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