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SILOAM SPRINGS -- A free Holiday and Health Fair for anyone, ages 50 and older, will be held from 9:30 to 11 a.m. on Tuesday, Nov. 29, on the John Brown University Campus inside the Simmons Great Hall. The event is in celebration of Siloam Springs Regional Hospital's Senior Circle Chapter and its seventh anniversary.

"Every year we have a special anniversary event to celebrate all of our members, and this year we really wanted to invite the community to celebrate with us," said Senior Circle advisor Aimee Morrell. The celebration will include more than 25 vendors from Arkansas and Oklahoma, promoting health information, gift ideas and education. There will be a special giveaway for guests, courtesy of Senior Circle at the registration table. A light brunch will be available and door prizes will be given out near the end of the health fair.

"Siloam Springs Regional Hospital launched the program in late 2009, and it's hard to believe we're completing our seventh year in 2016," Morrell said. "Currently, we have more than 350 members from all over the northwest Arkansas and northeastern Oklahoma region. Our membership is growing daily and our program offers a lot of activities and area discounts that appeal to a variety of interests."

Included in those activities are yoga classes, monthly lunch and learn events with area healthcare providers, movie days, watercolor classes, dances, educational seminars, computer classes and more.

All members receive a Chamber Rewards card which offers discounts at more than 70 area businesses along with national discounts on prescriptions, vision care, dental care, car rentals and more.

Although the Holiday and Health Fair is free, registration is required. For more information or to register for this event, call 479-215-3125 or email today.

Siloam Springs Regional Hospital's Senior Circle Chapter is open to all adults age 50 and above. Membership, which is $15 a year, provides access to national and local discounts, benefits, events and services. Senior Circle's mission is to encourage a healthy and active lifestyle for seniors by providing programs that encourage continued learning, wellness, health and volunteering, coupled with a host of social activities.

To learn more about Senior Circle, contact Aimee Morrell at 479-215-3125 or email

Editorial on 11/23/2016

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