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Dissipating Disparities brings annual health expo to Thomaston

First Posted: 5:46 am - August 9th, 2015

Visalus information and samples by Lasonja.
Traquavious Johnson checks out book bans as Youth Alive girls Dyamond Stuckey, Kiara Little, and Ziakeya McCrarygive out school supplies with their leader, Brenda Hobbs.
A large crowd attended the Health Expo. To the left, Pam and Jimmy Koon (yellow shirts) give out information about Toastmasters International.
Dissipating Disparities Inc. founder Dr. Carlisha Colbert Gentles tells those present about the Indoor Bootcamp by Patrick.
The grandson of Patricia Smith enjoyes the giveaways at the Health Expo.
School supplies were given away by Men of Vision, Backwood Ryderz, the Emancipation Committee, Lincoln Park Concerned Citizens Coalition, and Stone Well Worship Center.
B. J. , Cheryl and David Keadle check out the information on a table sponsored by Heritage Resource Center.
Cynthia Allen and her daughter (right) receive information from a representative of the Susan G. Komen Foundation.
Ken Daniel gets checked for a kidney screening by the American Kidney Foundation.
Pastor Coleman Dumas of Stone Well Worship Center presents a Nextbook tablet for an elementary school child to one of the raffle winners. Winners of the Nextbooks ranged from pre-school to college students.
Sean Daniel Cox and Maureen Cox are all smiles at the Heritage Resource Center table.
Cynthia Allen, a writer from Florida (left) gives testimony about her book, ‘The Will To Live (With HIV)’ relating to HIV awareness to Ernestine Zellner, Kayla Worthy, and others.
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Visalus information and samples by Lasonja.

Traquavious Johnson checks out book bans as Youth Alive girls Dyamond Stuckey, Kiara Little, and Ziakeya McCrarygive out school supplies with their leader, Brenda Hobbs.

A large crowd attended the Health Expo. To the left, Pam and Jimmy Koon (yellow shirts) give out information about Toastmasters International.

Dissipating Disparities Inc. founder Dr. Carlisha Colbert Gentles tells those present about the Indoor Bootcamp by Patrick.

The grandson of Patricia Smith enjoyes the giveaways at the Health Expo.

School supplies were given away by Men of Vision, Backwood Ryderz, the Emancipation Committee, Lincoln Park Concerned Citizens Coalition, and Stone Well Worship Center.

B. J. , Cheryl and David Keadle check out the information on a table sponsored by Heritage Resource Center.

Cynthia Allen and her daughter (right) receive information from a representative of the Susan G. Komen Foundation.

Ken Daniel gets checked for a kidney screening by the American Kidney Foundation.

Pastor Coleman Dumas of Stone Well Worship Center presents a Nextbook tablet for an elementary school child to one of the raffle winners. Winners of the Nextbooks ranged from pre-school to college students.

Sean Daniel Cox and Maureen Cox are all smiles at the Heritage Resource Center table.

Cynthia Allen, a writer from Florida (left) gives testimony about her book, ‘The Will To Live (With HIV)’ relating to HIV awareness to Ernestine Zellner, Kayla Worthy, and others.

Visalus information and samples by Lasonja.
http://thomastontimes.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/08/web1_DDI-1.jpgVisalus information and samples by Lasonja.

Traquavious Johnson checks out book bans as Youth Alive girls Dyamond Stuckey, Kiara Little, and Ziakeya McCrarygive out school supplies with their leader, Brenda Hobbs.
http://thomastontimes.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/08/web1_DDI-2.jpgTraquavious Johnson checks out book bans as Youth Alive girls Dyamond Stuckey, Kiara Little, and Ziakeya McCrarygive out school supplies with their leader, Brenda Hobbs.

A large crowd attended the Health Expo. To the left, Pam and Jimmy Koon (yellow shirts) give out information about Toastmasters International.
http://thomastontimes.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/08/web1_DDI-3.jpgA large crowd attended the Health Expo. To the left, Pam and Jimmy Koon (yellow shirts) give out information about Toastmasters International.

Dissipating Disparities Inc. founder Dr. Carlisha Colbert Gentles tells those present about the Indoor Bootcamp by Patrick.
http://thomastontimes.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/08/web1_DDI-4.jpgDissipating Disparities Inc. founder Dr. Carlisha Colbert Gentles tells those present about the Indoor Bootcamp by Patrick.

The grandson of Patricia Smith enjoyes the giveaways at the Health Expo.
http://thomastontimes.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/08/web1_DDI-5.jpgThe grandson of Patricia Smith enjoyes the giveaways at the Health Expo.

School supplies were given away by Men of Vision, Backwood Ryderz, the Emancipation Committee, Lincoln Park Concerned Citizens Coalition, and Stone Well Worship Center.
http://thomastontimes.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/08/web1_DDI-6.jpgSchool supplies were given away by Men of Vision, Backwood Ryderz, the Emancipation Committee, Lincoln Park Concerned Citizens Coalition, and Stone Well Worship Center.

B. J. , Cheryl and David Keadle check out the information on a table sponsored by Heritage Resource Center.
http://thomastontimes.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/08/web1_DDI-7.jpgB. J. , Cheryl and David Keadle check out the information on a table sponsored by Heritage Resource Center.

Cynthia Allen and her daughter (right) receive information from a representative of the Susan G. Komen Foundation.
http://thomastontimes.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/08/web1_DDI-8.jpgCynthia Allen and her daughter (right) receive information from a representative of the Susan G. Komen Foundation.

Ken Daniel gets checked for a kidney screening by the American Kidney Foundation.
http://thomastontimes.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/08/web1_DDI-9.jpgKen Daniel gets checked for a kidney screening by the American Kidney Foundation.

Pastor Coleman Dumas of Stone Well Worship Center presents a Nextbook tablet for an elementary school child to one of the raffle winners. Winners of the Nextbooks ranged from pre-school to college students.
http://thomastontimes.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/08/web1_DDI-11.jpgPastor Coleman Dumas of Stone Well Worship Center presents a Nextbook tablet for an elementary school child to one of the raffle winners. Winners of the Nextbooks ranged from pre-school to college students.

Sean Daniel Cox and Maureen Cox are all smiles at the Heritage Resource Center table.
http://thomastontimes.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/08/web1_DDI-10.jpgSean Daniel Cox and Maureen Cox are all smiles at the Heritage Resource Center table.

Cynthia Allen, a writer from Florida (left) gives testimony about her book, ‘The Will To Live (With HIV)’ relating to HIV awareness to Ernestine Zellner, Kayla Worthy, and others.
http://thomastontimes.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/08/web1_DDI-12.jpgCynthia Allen, a writer from Florida (left) gives testimony about her book, ‘The Will To Live (With HIV)’ relating to HIV awareness to Ernestine Zellner, Kayla Worthy, and others.
Dissipating Disparities brings annual health expo to Thomaston
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