PLNU’S SCHOOL OF NURSING HOLDS
13TH ANNUAL FESTIVAL OF HEALTH FOR MID-CITY COMMUNITY
On Saturday, April 6, PLNU’s School of Nursing, in partnership with PLNU’s City Heights Community Classroom, will host the 13th annual Festival of Health through thePLNU Health Promotion Center at Mid City Church of the Nazarene.
The festival will be held from 10 a.m. – 3 p.m. Event exhibitors will be stationed inside the church fellowship hall, while the outside parking lot will house a family activity area with a bounce house, games, face painting for the children, an interactive exercise area led by Annullo Training Center, Jamba Juice, various ethnic food vendors, music, games and an hourly prize drawing.
Organized by PLNU students, this festival is open to the community and is designed to promote health through the provision of culturally sensitive health education, to provide a vehicle for non-profit health organizations to offer available services to the Mid-City community and to foster unity within the neighborhood by providing a fun, safe, and educational venue for residents to meet and build relationships.
This year’s event exhibitors include Arroyo Paseo High School, American Red Cross WIC Program, Bridge of Hope, Copley Family YMCA, Consumer Center for Health and Advocacy, Mid-City Community Adult & Pediatric Clinics, Mother’s Nutritional Center, Southwestern Dental College, American Diabetes Association, Women’s Temperance Union and the La Maestra Mobile Dental Clinic.
For more information about this year’s Festival of Health contact Mary Margaret Rowe, director of the Health Promotion Center at 619-849-2524 or MRowe@pointloma.edu.