Community Health Fair & Health Fellowship

We invite you to schedule a STORY-BASED Health Fair or Health Fellowship event!


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We Engage 4 Health develops and uses comic-based stories for health outreach for ALL AGES.

Stories make it EASIER and MORE FUN to learn about health and science. 

Seeing story characters in action helps us VISUALIZE ourselves improving our own health! 

WE4H Community Health Fairs are 3–4-hour events that feature 8–10 health stations that attendees visit “open house” style — coming and going at the times they desire.

Most health stations feature graphic-style mini stories on large display panels that participants share in reading aloud together. A post-reading hands-on science activity or demo follows.

Some health stations feature health screenings or information about local community health resources.

Health Fellowship Events are 2-hour programs attended by the members of an organization and the friends and family they invite. A Health Fellowship Event is ideal to offer at the usual monthly (or other interval) meeting of an organization.

In the first hour, attendees visit three health stations. Health stations feature graphic-style mini stories on large display panels that attendees share in reading aloud. Hands-on activities follow the story.

In the second hour, attendees enjoy food together and share their experiences with the stories and activities they participated in at the health stations.

Both Health Fairs and Health Fellowship Events are sponsored by community organizations.

Both Health Fairs and Health Fellowship Events incorporate health stations with mini stories and hands-on activities. Health Fairs typically have 10–12 stations. Health Fellowship Events typically have 3–4 stations.

For both types of events, sponsoring community organizations choose the health stations from a set offered by We Engage 4 Health.

For both types of events, We Engage 4 Health provides setup, materials, and health station leaders. Sponsoring organizations provide organization members to be trained as volunteers, facility and date to hold program, and recruitment of attendees.

Health Fairs are larger events open to the entire community and follow a 3–4 hour “Open House” schedule (people coming and going). Health Fairs typically have health professionals offering screenings.

Health Fellowship Events are open to members of the sponsoring organization and the friends and family they invite. They are 2-hour events with specific starting and ending times. They typically do not include health screenings.

Health station topics include

  • the role of nutrition in reducing health risks
  • understanding health risk
  • learning about cancer cells
  • focus on various types of cancer (breast, colon, lung, skin, prostate, and head/neck/cervical)
  • the importance of primary care providers
  • genetics and health risk

Health Station Stories

Health Stations feature short, graphic-style stories presented as large panels to read out loud together at each station. Just click the cover to open the story!


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Meet Big Sam

Big Sam is a 40-something security guard at the high school Jazzy and Vito attend. Big Sam is worried about his health and recently found out his blood pressure is high. He covers up his worries with jokes. He lives in the apartment above Miss Georgia.

Meet Jazzy

Jazzy is a cheerful younger high school age girl. She is a cheerleader and does gymnastics. She enjoys spending time with older people and loves to bake with Miss Georgia. She has asthma and works hard to control it so she can enjoy her activities.

Meet Cardi

Cardi is a 30-something aerobics teacher at the community center who loves to help people get more fit and healthy but can be a bit too much “in your face” about it. She means well though!

Meet Vito

Vito is a plays-it-cool older high schooler who is sweet-natured at heart. He plays basketball at the community center and is friends with Jazzy. He loves pop and chips and can’t see why eating all he wants of them is a problem.

Meet Pops

Pops is a retired high school science teacher who loves to keep helping people learn about science and health. He likes to check out what everyone is doing or talking about and step in to give his opinion.

Meet Miss Georgia

Miss Georgia is a fun-loving lady in her 50’s who loves to sing, dance, and bake. She is always helping out at community events. She recently found out she has diabetes, and she is learning new ways to cook.