MONTGOMERY – The City of Montgomery and partner organizations will host a kick-off party for the Central Alabama Neighborhood Health Initiative, a new campaign to improve health literacy and outcomes in central Alabama. This partnership was made possible through the City of Montgomery’s receipt of a $3.9 million grant from the U.S. Department of Health & Human Services – Office of Minority Health.
The Central Alabama Neighborhood Health Initiative’s Montgomery Kick-Off Party will take place Saturday, July 9, 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the Tuskegee University Urban Agriculture Innovation Center, 595 Grady Street, Montgomery, AL 36108.
This family-friendly event will offer activities for all ages to enjoy, including FREE food from local food trucks, music and plenty of other vendors. Programming will also include:
- Opportunities to donate to the LifeSouth Bloodmobile;
- COVID-19 testing;
- Licensed medical professionals onsite;
- Library card registration;
- Tours the Agriculture Innovation Center;
- Cooking demonstrations;
- Exercise demonstrations and yoga;
- Educational segments from local healthcare organizations
Courtesy of Griffith Waller, Communications Director for City of Montgomery