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The word fitness is typically used to describe a person’s physical health, but financial fitness is also important for well-being.

The Queens Courier’s Health & Financial Fitness Expo on Friday, May 17, will feature both — and show how you can keep them in top shape.

At the event, sponsored by The Queens Courier, there will be a panel featuring keynote speaker Ronald Fatoullah, Esq., as well as ones from Turnpike Orthopedic and Queens County Savings Bank.

The speakers will be discussing a range of topics concerning financial fitness, elder law, podiatry care  and home care planning.

There will also be networking opportunities, free coffee and cake, and exhibitors promoting long-term care insurance, health management, estate planning, financial services and more.

This year Dr. Perry Frankel will be performing health screenings for FREE. These include testings for blood pressure, vestibular disorder, carotid arteries and more.

Admission to the Health & Financial Fitness Expo is free, but limited seats are available, so call today to register.

To attend or for sponsorship or exhibitor opportunities please call 718-224-5863 ext. 201 or email aamato@queenscourier.com.

The Queens Courier’s Health & Financial Fitness Expo  will be held on Friday, May 17 at 10 a.m at Towers on the Green in the North Shore Towers, 272-48 Grand Central Parkway, Floral Park 11005.

 

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