PHOTOS: 22 years of sharing wellness resources in Greenfield

Tom Kane, Jeff Beard and Karen Krawczyk play music on the stage at the 22nd annual Mental Health and Wellness Fair at Greenfield’s Energy Park on Wednesday.

Tom Kane, Jeff Beard and Karen Krawczyk play music on the stage at the 22nd annual Mental Health and Wellness Fair at Greenfield’s Energy Park on Wednesday. STAFF PHOTO/PAUL FRANZ

Greenfield Police Officer Matthew Llewelyn, with comfort dog Frank, meets Geoffrey Oldmixon of Clinical & Support Options (CSO) at the 22nd annual Mental Health and Wellness Fair at Greenfield’s Energy Park on Wednesday.

Greenfield Police Officer Matthew Llewelyn, with comfort dog Frank, meets Geoffrey Oldmixon of Clinical & Support Options (CSO) at the 22nd annual Mental Health and Wellness Fair at Greenfield’s Energy Park on Wednesday. STAFF PHOTO/PAUL FRANZ

Corey Redfern and Kaylie Harriman, left, of Behavior Health Network in Greenfield, talk with Robin Wallace of Greenfield, Liz Gordon of Sunderland and Julie Rivers of Eastampton at the 22nd annual Mental Health and Wellness Fair at Greenfield’s Energy Park on Wednesday.

Corey Redfern and Kaylie Harriman, left, of Behavior Health Network in Greenfield, talk with Robin Wallace of Greenfield, Liz Gordon of Sunderland and Julie Rivers of Eastampton at the 22nd annual Mental Health and Wellness Fair at Greenfield’s Energy Park on Wednesday. STAFF PHOTO/PAUL FRANZ

Karen Krawczyk, Jeff Beard and Tom Kane play music on the stage at the 22nd annual Mental Health and Wellness Fair at Greenfield’s Energy Park on Wednesday.

Karen Krawczyk, Jeff Beard and Tom Kane play music on the stage at the 22nd annual Mental Health and Wellness Fair at Greenfield’s Energy Park on Wednesday. STAFF PHOTO/PAUL FRANZ

Published: 05-17-2024 10:03 AM

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