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Farmingdale Community Summit Expo & Health Fair

at Farmingdale High School | Thu Mar 19


Farmingdale High School

150 Lincoln St
Farmingdale, NY 11735
Tel: 5164546813
Contact Name: Ken Ulric
Visit Website: Website.

Date & Time

06:00 PM - 08:30 PM
Thu, Mar 19, 2020
Cost: Free Event

The Farmingdale Community Summit Council will be holding their eighteenth Annual Expo and Health Fair on Thursday, March 19, 2020 at the Farmingdale High School gym from 6 to 8:30PM.  Representatives from many of our local service organizations and local merchants, along with health care providers, will once again be on hand to share information about what they do and what services and products they offer. “Our community is truly one that provides a world of opportunity”, stated Ken Ulric, Summit President. “The Expo provides a chance for our local groups to show off what makes them and therefore our community – special”.

Exhibitors will include the community’s non-profit organizations and merchants, local hospitals and doctors, nutrition counselors and wellness providers. Health Fair participants will be providing information, demonstrations and screenings.

Those in attendance will also have the opportunity to obtain a library card, register to vote, learn about local sports leagues and have their blood pressure taken. Admission is free and those who attend can win door prizes.

A very special addition to this year’s Expo is a fully-operating model train exhibition sponsored TMB Model Train Club. TMB Model Train Club is a membership organization of men and women that love O-gauge trains. They are located at 120 Schmitt Blvd, Farmingdale, NY where they display a 4,000 square foot model railroad with 10 trains running on 19 scale miles of track and their famous underground subway system.

Tables are still available for organizations, merchants, businesses and professionals who wish to showcase themselves to the community. Please call Ken at 516-454-6813 or Email him at summitcouncil@optonline.net for more information. You can also visit the Summit on Facebook.com/FarmingdaleSummit or on their web site www.FarmingdaleSummit.org.