First Hawaiian Bank To Host 15th Annual Wellness Fair

July 12, 2012, 3:22 PM HST · Updated July 12, 3:24 PM

Kihei Community Center is the site of the 15th Annual First Hawaiian Bank Maui PrimeTime Wellness Fair. Photo courtesy of County of Maui.

By Sonia Isotov

The 15th Annual First Hawaiian Bank Maui PrimeTime Wellness Fair is being held on Tuesday, July 24 at the Kihei Community Center.

The opening ceremony begins at 8:15 a.m. The event will run from 8:30 a.m. until 12:30 p.m.  Admission is free and open to the public.

There will be 37 exhibitor booths providing the latest trends and information to help Maui residents make informed health decisions. There will be free health screenings for glucose and cholesterol, nutritional screenings and more.


Maui Mayor Alan Arakawa and his cabinet members will be available to talk story with participants at the “County on Your Corner” booth.

Maui County of Aging will demonstrate their EnhanceFitness, a low-cost, highly adaptable exercise program designed especially for older adults of all ability levels.  The one-hour classes include stretching, strengthening exercises and low-impact aerobics to increase a person’s flexibility and balance.

Residents can enjoy door prizes and games throughout the Fair, as well as live entertainment, including the senior ukulele group, Pennies from Heaven and Kaunoa Southside Kupuna Hula Group.  The grand prize drawing will be for a $200 gas gift card courtesy of Mid Pac Petroleum and 76.

To help prevent identity theft, Access Information Management will shred for free up to two bankers boxes of confidential documents for free per person.

In addition to First Hawaiian Bank, the Maui PrimeTime Wellness Fair is co-sponsored by Maui County Office on Aging, ADRC Hawaii and Clinical Laboratories of Hawaii, LLP.  For more information, call (808) 873-2212 on Maui.


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