WC helps community get healthy


Wilmington College junior Maggie Kwiatkowski makes an aromatherapy sock at the Student Health and Counseling Services booth during the annual Community Health Fair at Wilmington College on Thursday.

Wilmington College junior Maggie Kwiatkowski makes an aromatherapy sock at the Student Health and Counseling Services booth during the annual Community Health Fair at Wilmington College on Thursday.


John Hamilton | News Journal

Wilmington College freshman Logan Lehman, right, attempts to solve a preschool puzzle while wearing “drunk goggles” to demonstrate the effects of alcohol during the annual Community Health Fair at the college Thursday. More than three-dozen vendors and organizations were part of the event, which also included a blood drive.


John Hamilton | News Journal

Director of Counseling Services Kazi McDowell, right, helps Wilmington College freshman Tino Poma weave through obstacles while wearing “drunk goggles” at the Community Health Fair at Wilmington College on Thursday.


John Hamilton | News Journal

Phlebotomist Bridget Anderson of the Community Blood Center, left, draws blood from Wilmington College junior Kayla Marrero during the drive at the Community Health Fair.


John Hamilton | News Journal

Wilmington College junior Maggie Kwiatkowski makes an aromatherapy sock at the Student Health and Counseling Services booth during the annual Community Health Fair at Wilmington College on Thursday.

Wilmington College freshman Logan Lehman, right, attempts to solve a preschool puzzle while wearing “drunk goggles” to demonstrate the effects of alcohol during the annual Community Health Fair at the college Thursday. More than three-dozen vendors and organizations were part of the event, which also included a blood drive.

Director of Counseling Services Kazi McDowell, right, helps Wilmington College freshman Tino Poma weave through obstacles while wearing “drunk goggles” at the Community Health Fair at Wilmington College on Thursday.

Phlebotomist Bridget Anderson of the Community Blood Center, left, draws blood from Wilmington College junior Kayla Marrero during the drive at the Community Health Fair.

Wilmington College junior Maggie Kwiatkowski makes an aromatherapy sock at the Student Health and Counseling Services booth during the annual Community Health Fair at Wilmington College on Thursday.
https://www.wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2018/03/web1_DSC_0823-1.jpgWilmington College junior Maggie Kwiatkowski makes an aromatherapy sock at the Student Health and Counseling Services booth during the annual Community Health Fair at Wilmington College on Thursday. John Hamilton | News Journal

Wilmington College freshman Logan Lehman, right, attempts to solve a preschool puzzle while wearing “drunk goggles” to demonstrate the effects of alcohol during the annual Community Health Fair at the college Thursday. More than three-dozen vendors and organizations were part of the event, which also included a blood drive.
https://www.wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2018/03/web1_DSC_0826-1.jpgWilmington College freshman Logan Lehman, right, attempts to solve a preschool puzzle while wearing “drunk goggles” to demonstrate the effects of alcohol during the annual Community Health Fair at the college Thursday. More than three-dozen vendors and organizations were part of the event, which also included a blood drive. John Hamilton | News Journal

Director of Counseling Services Kazi McDowell, right, helps Wilmington College freshman Tino Poma weave through obstacles while wearing “drunk goggles” at the Community Health Fair at Wilmington College on Thursday.
https://www.wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2018/03/web1_RGB_DSC_0829-1.jpgDirector of Counseling Services Kazi McDowell, right, helps Wilmington College freshman Tino Poma weave through obstacles while wearing “drunk goggles” at the Community Health Fair at Wilmington College on Thursday. John Hamilton | News Journal

Phlebotomist Bridget Anderson of the Community Blood Center, left, draws blood from Wilmington College junior Kayla Marrero during the drive at the Community Health Fair.
https://www.wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2018/03/web1_DSC_0836-1.jpgPhlebotomist Bridget Anderson of the Community Blood Center, left, draws blood from Wilmington College junior Kayla Marrero during the drive at the Community Health Fair. John Hamilton | News Journal