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Healthy You Healthy Earth fair November 12

Recycled items

Healthy You Healthy Earth attendees can recycle unwanted items such as batteries.

Your overall well-being is closely tied to the health of your environment. For more than 10 years, Health Promotion and Wellness has partnered with the Office of Sustainability to host the Healthy You Healthy Earth Wellness and Sustainability Fair.

This year, Healthy You Healthy Earth will take place from 10 a.m.-2 p.m. Thursday, November 12, in the Brown Ballroom of the Bone Student Center. Visit with campus and local organizations representing all areas of wellness and sustainability, learn valuable information, and enter to win prizes. This is a free event open to all students, faculty, staff, and friends of the University.

Each year presentations are given on environmental wellness-related topics. Presentations are held in the Brown Ballroom and an announcement will be given in the ballroom to remind attendees prior to start. This year’s presentations are:

  • 11 a.m. – Green Living for Your Wallet and the Earth
    Kadi Ilves, Zach Rose, and Nick Skordilis
    Office of Sustainability
  • 12:15 p.m. – Intuitive and Mindful Eating
    Justine Seymour, Nutrition and Healthy Living Graduate Assistant
    Health Promotion and Wellness

Participants can bring items to Healthy You Healthy Earth to be recycled. Items that can be recycled at Healthy You Healthy Earth are:

  • Unwanted clothing and/or shoes
  • Unwanted/unusable small electronics
  • Batteries
  • Ink cartridges

What: Healthy You Healthy Earth Wellness and Sustainability Fair
When: 10 a.m.-2 p.m. Thursday, November 12
Where: Brown Ballroom, Bone Student Center
What: Campus and community organizations, businesses, and resources that support all seven dimensions of wellness


Additional environmental wellness resources


About Health Promotion and Wellness

Health Promotion and Wellness provides wellness information, services, events, and programming to students, faculty, staff, and the Illinois State community. People living, learning, and working in a healthy environment are more likely to reach their highest potential.

For more information, visit, call (309) 438-WELL (9355), email, or stop by 187 McCormick Hall.



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