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Spring break may offer healthy alternatives
As CU students make their final preparations for the upcoming break, Wardenburg Heath Center's Community Health program is offering some advice on how to be safe and healthy.
Community Health organizers are offering a healthy and rewarding time off at the second annual "Get Your Break On" fair held March 8 from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. in the Glenn Miller Ballroom at the UMC.
Counseling and Psychological Services, and the Wardenburg Health Center's Community Health program are organizing the free event, including food and a prize drawing.
"We have 17 tables setup so far with volunteers," said Sean Connell, Community Health student coordinator. "Those tables cater to a lot of different needs that people have over spring break."
Many university and local Boulder organizations will be in attendance. More information on the month-long events can be found in the Healthy Break calendars available in UMC room 411.
The event has grown in size from 400 people two years ago to 600 last year. This year organizers hope to top 1,000 visitors.
"We've aggregated all this information," said Connell. "Now it's up to the students whether they want to find resources for things they can do on spring break."