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FREE COMMUNITY HEALTH EXPO Thurs 6/30/2022 | 9AM-4PM 1919 Cottman Ave., Phila

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  6/30/2022 FREE COMMUNITY HEALTH CLINIC/EXPO  9AM-4PM  Thursday, June 30, 2022 | 9AM-4PM  1919 COTTMAN AVE, PHILADELPHIA, PA  Free Walk in services:  1.     Free Hepatitis B Tests, 2.     Blood Pressure (BP) 3.     Body Mass Index (BMI) 4.     Eye Vision Tests  Free onsite Monogram X-Ray with Mobile Clinic van. Patients should pre-registration by QR quote or this URL https://redcap.jefferson.edu/surveys/?s=CH9NWH48P4   more health services, free COVID-19 Test Kits and may gilf items     Contact Pearl Huynh Northeast Philadelphia Chinese Association (NEPCA) Phone: 215-839-6108;   Email: Pearl.huynh@gmail.com http://www.nepca.us/

6/18/22 Philly Count Community Resource Fair 社区资源展 ;10 am - 2 pm

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6/18/22 Philly Count Community Resource Fair 社区资源展 ;10 am - 2 pm Date: Saturday 6/18/22 From: 10 am - 2 pm Location: PATH, INC 1919 Cottman Ave, 19111 Chinese Translation:   English Version:  

Transportation Survey Form

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  Transportation Survey        The following survey // It would help the general welfare and would greatly benefit the needs of all        

Dragon Boat Family Festival Celebration 庆祝端午节活动 6/5/2022; 10 am - 3 pm

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Dragon Boat Family Festival Celebration The Northeast Philadelphia Chinese Association (NEPCA) joined the American Chinese Museum (AMC) to organize the Chinese traditional Dragon Boat Festival, AKA "Duanwu Jie" for a family fun day and to promote intercultural understanding and build a safe community together.  Date: Sunday   6/5/2022; From: 10 am to 3 pm Location: American Chinese Museum (ACM) 7345-7347 Oxford Ave. Phila., 19111 There were about 350 people participated in the event.  Among the VIP guests, PA Senator Tatarleone pledged state funds to support the culture programs of AMC. Police officer Mark Mzor gave out business safety information, and Abigal Xu from the Phila. Dept of Human Relations distributed good neighbor booklets and flier on how to report hate crimes and help in neighboring issues. People enjoyed the cultural performances, art, and craft demonstrations.   There were gluten rice wrap demonstrations, tasting, and everyone got a f ree tour of the American