One-day free health clinic
MedWorks, in partnership with One Health Ohio’s Lloyd McCoy Health Center, 1977 Niles Road S.E., Warren, is offering a one-day free health clinic from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. June 7.
For appointments, call MedWorks at 330-259-1424 or 216-201-9325. Walk–in patients also will be accepted.
The clinic features more than 50 health-care professional and support volunteers. Also, each patient can meet with a patient navigator to help schedule follow-up appointments through One Health Ohio’s Health Centers.
Third annual Couch to 5K program begins
The Ohio Naturopathic Wellness Center, owned by Dr. Ted Suzelis, begins its third annual Couch to 5K program, which consists of three training sessions per week for 12 weeks, at 6 p.m. today .
To register and for details, call 330-729-1350, go to OhioND.com, or register between 5:30 and 5:45 p.m. today or during regular office hours at Ohio Naturopathic, located in SouthBridge West (behind Second Sole) at 755 Boardman- Canfield Road, Suite D-3.
Prostate cancer car-show fundraiser
The Humility of Mary Health Partners Foundation and Sweeney Chevrolet, Buick, GMC are sponsoring the second annual Fuel the Fight: Drive Out Prostate Cancer car show and family event from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. June 1 at Boardman High School, 7777 Glenwood Ave. The rain date is June 15.
Admission is free. Activities and attractions include hundreds of cars and bikes, food, games and fun for the kids, a Man Cave raffle, and music by a live band. A special feature of the event is a raffle for a free two-year lease on a new 2014 Chevy Cruze. Only 300 tickets will be sold at $75 each. The winner must meet eligibility requirements.
Car-show prizes will be awarded in six classes as well as Best in Show and People’s Choice. To show a vehicle, register online at manupmv.com. The entry fee is $15 per car or truck and $10 per motorcycle.
For information, go to manupmv.com. Raffle tickets and registration forms may be obtained by contacting Jonathon Fauvie at the HMHP Foundation at 330-729-1189.
All proceeds go to the Man Up Mahoning Valley Campaign to help provide prostate-cancer awareness and screenings for the uninsured and under insured in the Mahoning Valley.
Bicycle camp for disabled people
The Down Syndrome Association of the Valley is accepting applications for a bicycle camp for people with disabilities. The five-day camp, which requires riders to attend one 75-minute session per day, is June 16-20 at Glenwood Middle School, 7635 Glenwood Ave., Boardman.
To be eligible to enroll, riders must be at least 8, have a disability and be able to walk without an assistive device. Riders must be able to sidestep quickly to both sides, have a minimum inseam measurement of 20 inches and weigh no more than 220 pounds.
The cost is $75. Log onto DSAV.org for an application to the iCan Bike program. The registration deadline is May 30.
For information, call DSAV at 330-726-3728.