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Nov. 15, 2018






Donation to Rochester Hills Public Library Helps Annual Polar Express Cut Plastic Pollution  


(ROCHESTER HILLS- Nov. 15, 2018) Registered attendees at Rochester Hills Public Library’s annual Polar Express celebration on Dec. 7, will receive a reusable keep-sake water bottle donated by HealthQuest Physical Therapy when they pick up their pre-registered tickets for the event.  

The donation highlights the importance of reducing plastic waste while giving families a cherished keep-sake from the Polar Express event.

“The plastic pollution crisis is undeniable, and as a library that strives each day to do better by our planet, we are grateful for HealthQuest’s donation of reusable water bottles,” said Youth Services Manager Betsy Raczowski. “They have been a continuous advocate for our library and a positive presence within our community.   

 “At HealthQuest Physical Therapy, being an environmental leader has been a principle we have worked at,” said Tim Ames, PT, owner/director at HealthQuest. “The donation of reusable water bottles supports our local library and its mission to reduce waste at their events.”

“With the increasing spotlight on the global plastic waste crisis, we felt this was an excellent opportunity to contribute to the library’s premier family event while making a positive impact on our environment,” said Mark Kast, MPT, owner/director at HealthQuest.

“We are proud to be able to support the Rochester Hills Public Library with this donation. We believe they are a valued resource in this community and appreciate the amazing events they host for our families, like the Polar Express,” said Heather Asti, MPT, owner/director at HealthQuest.    

During Polar Express families can have their photo taken with Santa, take a trolley ride through the Big Bright Light Show, and enjoy crafts and other activities. Registration with a valid library card is required for all attendees. Call the Youth Reference Desk at 248-650-7140 for more information.

Support from HealthQuest Physical Therapy makes events like Polar Express possible.  The Rochester Hills Public Library is thankful for their continued generosity.  

Attendees must register for the event starting November 23. More details are at





Rochester Hills Public Library:

Rochester Hills Public Library provides life-long learning opportunities, instills a love of reading, and offers equal access to information. The library serves as a community town square, where over 45,000 monthly visitors enjoy innovative ways to learn and socialize through a variety of programs including Sunday concerts, a summer reading challenge, parent-child workshops and weekly lectures. The library’s expansive and user-friendly database system allows its 70,000 card holders to utilize ebooks, movies, and music downloads, language and genealogy services, and consumer reports from the comfort of their own home at no cost. Find more information on Rochester Hills Public Library’s unique offerings at 

About HealthQuest Physical Therapy:

At HealthQuest Physical Therapy our main goal is your goal: to get you back to living life to the fullest. That has been our quest since we opened our first facility in Rochester Hills in 1999.  However, at HealthQuest Physical Therapy the difference is clear. From your initial new patient phone call to your weekly fitness visits, it will be evident that you’re more than a patient…you’re family.