Chinese Community Celebrates Father’s Day with Health Day June 15th, 2011

Come and Join for a Day of Healthy and Fun

[Miami - June13, 2011] Chinese Community celebrates Father’s Day with Health Day on Saturday, June 18, 2011, from 11 am to 2 pm at Chinese Baptist Church of Miami – 595 SW 124 Avenue, Miami, FL 33184.

Health Screening with blood check, Glucose and Cholesterol screening by Hialeah Hospital
“Hep B Free” presentation by Dr. So Ling Li, Broward Internal Medicine, and Gilead | HEPATICHealth
Overall Senior Health Concerns presentation by Dr. Antonio Wong, Doctors Plus Medical Centers
Senior Medicare Patrol Program by Centers for Medicare/Medicaid Services
Bone Marrow information by the Icla da Silva Foundation

A light lunch will be provided by Gilead | HEPATICHealth.

Health Day is organized by Florida Chinese Federation, Chinese American Benevolent Association, Miami Chinese Welfare Council, Organization of Chinese Americans – South Florida Chapter, Sir Fernando Muy Memorial Foundation, United Chinese Association of Florida, and World Kwong Tung Community Association.

Come and join us for a day of health and fun and win some raffle prizes.

For additional information, please contact Winnie Tang 305-753-8791 and Stella Li (Cantonese-speaking) 305-785‐8978.

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Organizations:

Florida Chinese Federation: founded in 1994, is a community-based organization for promoting charitable, cultural and educational programs.

Chinese American Benevolent Association: is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization, founded in 1959 by the first Chinese American settlers in South Florida.

Miami Chinese Welfare Council: dedicated to making the lives of older Chinese people easier and more fulfilling as well as promoting cultural understanding.

Organization of Chinese Americans – South Florida Chapter: founded in 1987, s one of OCA’s 80+ chapters and affiliates across the nation. OCA, founded in 1973 as Organization of Chinese Americans, is a national organization dedicated to advancing the social, political and economic well-being of Asian Pacific Americans in the United States.
Sir Fernando Muy Memorial Foundation: raises funds and supports causes with these donations from the community, to issues important to Sir Fernando – scholarship, immigration and business programs.

United Chinese Association of Florida: is a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization established in 2003, whose mission is to promote Chinese culture and encourage Chinese Americans integrate into the mainstream society to enhance social harmony in our diverse community, through the sponsorship of social, cultural and educational programs.

World Kwong Tung Community Association – Miami Chapter: its mission is to unite and strengthen collaboration among Cantonese worldwide in cultural understanding, economic development and welfare benefits; as well as to actively participate at community charities at the local level.

Gilead | HEPATICHealth: is a research-based biopharmaceutical company that discovers, develops and commercializes innovative medicines in areas of unmet medical need.

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