City-Wide Easter Egg Hunt
This event from David Raines Community Health Center & SPAAR is a city wide Easter celebration and egg hunt. It is open to the public with health and resources available for free.
National Minority Health Month is celebrated every April in order to raise awareness about health disparities that continue to affect people from racial and ethnic minority groups. These activities encourage action through health education, early detection, and control of disease complications. Patients are empowered to make healthier choices for themselves and their loved ones when the health care and information they receive is culturally sensitive and linguistically appropriate. This month’s events are a celebration of the work we do every day to reach even more people in our communities to provide whole-person care!