City Engineer Habib Motlagh, Assistant City Manager Ron Carr, City Manager Richard Belmudez, Deputy City Manager Darren Makdin and Assistant Director of Administrative Services Isabel Carlos hold bicycles for raffle at the April 23 Health Fair.
Perris City Hall Campus gleamed with dozens of new bicycles that will be raffled off April 23 during the Fourth Annual Health Fair. The fair, which takes place from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on the campus at 101 North D Street, features musical and dance performances, Zumba demonstrations, healthy food vendors, a climbing wall, carnival games, tickets to area recreational venues and a series of health screenings administered by college nursing students.
The free fair continues the Live Well Perris healthy eating active living campaign, which has garnered the City national, state and regional accolades.
The iconic water fountain at Perris City Hall serves as the backdrop for dozens of bicycles that will be raffled off during the Fourth Annual Health Fair April 23 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Perris Recreation Department employee Cody House gives the thumbs up as he decorates bicycles that will be raffled at the April 23 Health Fair.
The sign on every bicycle set for raffle during the April 23 health fair says it all—Live Well Perris—Inspiring healthier lifestyles in our community.