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Just in time for final exam prep and the promise of warmer, sunnier days ahead, PHOKUS (Promoting Healthy Options through Knowledge, Understanding, and Service) and the Furman Division of Student Life will present a health and wellness fair Thursday, April 11, 10 a.m.-3 p.m. in Watkins Room of Trone Student Center.

The event, “The 411 on Health and Wellness,” welcomes health-related organizations to campus to share what they do in the Greenville community in the health and wellness arena. It is free and open to all Furman students, faculty and staff.

Consult with experts, learn about community resources, and enjoy giveaways, raffle prizes, and light, healthy refreshments at the “411” on 4/11.

For more information, contact Sanon Williams ’18, Health Promotions Fellow, Division of Student Life, at 864-294-2253, and sanon.williams3@furman.edu.

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