The annual Johnson County Health Fair was held this weekend at the fairgrounds in Buffalo, and was a success if based on the crowds that were in attendance.
Residents were able to pick up their results from earlier blood draws and visit over 35 booths filled with information on goods and services to help people manage and better their health.
Those that had their blood drawn for the various screenings can now take those results to their doctor to review them for any new developments or monitor progress in already existing health issues.
US Senator John Barrasso tries to attend Health Fairs throughout the state, and he again attended this year's Buffalo event.
He explains why he believes the Health Fairs are an important tool in maintaining one's health.
The Health Fair opened at 9am Saturday and ran through noon.