The Mount Olivet SDA Church, in conjunction with the Monmouth County Sheriffs Office and Midtown Urban Renaissance present a Community Block Party and Health Fair. There will be health screenings for blood pressure, diabetes, STD's pregnancy tests and more. Free food and live entertainment, as well as games for children.
If you have ever wanted to hang out with pirates, learn how to wield a sword, or hear about their daring adventures, you and your family must not miss this event! This is a free recreation event for children with autism and their families sponsored by POAC.
This training is primarily for people dealing with their own mental health issues who wish to volunteer to help run NAMI Connection support groups, family members who wish to volunteer to help run NAMI Family Support Groups, and people who are already trained, but feel the need for a refresher.
Greater Emanuel Temple of Neptune, NJ presents Community Day 2015. Board Certified Health Professionals will discuss high blood pressure and diabetes, stroke, and other health topics. Face painting, live music, hair cuts, school supplies and prizes will also be on hand.
Festivities include:*Music By DJ Manny, Arts & Crafts,Face Painting, Windmill Hot Dogs & Hamburgers, Volleyball, Kickball Games, and much more!
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