for the Kidney Health Fest
African Americans are 12% of the U.S. Population and 35% of kidney patients.
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Celebrating 11 years toward kidney wellness: LIVE. LEARN. HOPE.
KIDNEY HEALTH FEST
FOR AFRICAN AMERICAN FAMILIES
Saturday, June 22, 2013 9 am - 2 pm
Van Asselt Elementary (formerlth African American Academy)
8311 Beacon Ave. S., Seattle 98118
FREE: Admission - Heath screenings - Speakers - Entertainment - Exhibits - Food - Prizes
OUI Works would like to invite you, your family, friends, and colleagues to the KIDNEY HEALTH FEST for African American Families sponsored by Northwest Kidney Centers. While the event will focus on traditional African American cuisine, EVERYONE IS WELCOME. Please join us for free samples of foods and great recipes. You will find this event to be educational, fun and the food delicious and healthy. The KIDNEY HEALTH FEST is entirely free, just come and enjoy.
Northwest Kidney Centers
(NKC) sponsors the Fest. NKC serves the Pacific Northwest and was established in 1962 as the first out-of-hospital outpatient hemodialysis
treatment center in the world. The mission of the Northwest Kidney Centers is to promote the optimal health, quality of life and independence of people with kidney disease, through patient care, education and research.