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FAMILY HEALTH: Five-year-old Ariel, left, and 1-year-old Michelle Mobius receive a welcoming from the Wesleyan Cardinal during the Faculty, Staff and Family Health Fair Feb. 3 at Freeman Athletic Center. Ariel and Michelle are the daughters of Tanya Rosenblat, assistant professor of economics, who is pictured at right. All Wesleyan employees and their families were welcome to the event, sponsored by the Benefits Office.

Bill McEnery, co-owner of Pedal Power of Middletown, shows 5-year-old McKenzie Cyr how to property tighten a bike helmet. McKenzie is the granddaughter of Joyce Heidorn, administrative assistant in Physical Plant, Facilities.
At left, Bruce Baltovi waits for his blood pressure test results from Quinnipiac University physician assistant Melissa McCartney, while his friend, Cathy Race, receives a blood glucose screening by assistant Jennifer Zapatka.
Mark Masselli and his son, Tenzin, 14, shoot some hoops during the family health fair. Tenzinís mother, Jennifer Alexander is from the Wesleyan Class of 1988.
Massage therapist Bet Bilyak offers a massage to Julia Hicks, director of Human Resources. Free chair massages were available throughout the day.
Pictured in center, Barbara Spalding, director of campus fire safety, teaches participants how to properly use a fire extinguisher outside the Freeman Athletic Center.
Demonstrations and classes in yoga, rowing, skin analysis, squash, ice skating, nutrition and balance/tai chi, pictured, were offered during the health fair.
Kimberly Chambers, 8, gets a face-painting by Shenandoah Pettit during the health fair. Kimberly is the daughter of Horace Chambers, property specialist for the Biology Department. Pettit volunteered to face-paint on behalf of the Connecticut Health Department. (Photos by Olivia Bartlett)