Strong Support

Photos by Tegan Johnston/The Herald
St. Charles Health Campus residents Marian Caldemeyer, left, and Bernadette Grazier waved at attendees during the fifth annual Trilogy 200 Wellness Tour on Thursday at the senior living facility in Jasper. About 40 cyclists made a scheduled stop at St. Charles to talk to residents and promote healthy living. The Trilogy 200 is a three-day, 200-mile wellness ride from Terre Haute to Tell City.

 

St. Charles Health Campus residents cheered as they welcomed cyclists during the fifth annual Trilogy 200 Wellness Tour on Thursday at the senior living facility in Jasper.

 

St. Charles Health Campus resident Betty Wenzel adjusted her superhero mask before welcoming cyclist during the fifth annual Trilogy 200 Wellness Tour on Thursday at the senior living facility in Jasper.

 

St. Charles Health Campus residents Beverly Luker, left, and Rose Peters listened to speakers promote healthful living during the fifth annual Trilogy 200 Wellness Tour on Thursday at the senior living facility in Jasper.



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