A free Community Health Fair and Trunk and Treat event will take place on Sunday, October 28, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at The Wright Center for Primary Care Mid Valley, 5 South Washington Avenue, Jermyn.

Trunk and Treat kicks off at 11:30 a.m. and runs until 1 p.m. Decorated cars will be stationed throughout The Wright Center’s parking lot where costumed children will be able to safely trick-or-treat from car-to-car. More than 300 children attended last year’s event.

The day will also feature pumpkin decorating, face painting, yoga, raffles, an obstacle course, health/wellness screenings and a blood drive by Life Source PA. Admission to this rain or shine event is free and all community members are welcome to attend.

“We are very excited to combine two successful events — our annual Health Fair and our Trunk and Treat — into one day of fall fun for our community to enjoy,” Betsy McGrath, event organizer, said. Kellen Kraky, Gerri McAndrew, Linda Thomas-Hemak, MD and Mary Marrara are also spearheading the event.

The Community Health Fair and Trunk and Treat is made possible through the generosity of the following sponsors: Geisinger, AmeriHealth Caritas Northeast, Highmark Blue Cross and Health Network Labs.

For more information, contact Betsy McGrath at 570.507.0088 or visit TheWrightCenter.org/health-fair.