After having to cancel for the past two years, the 100 Black Men of Rome – Northwest Georgia intends to bring the Health Initiative for Men and Women back to the Floyd County Health Department in August, with assistance from the Northwest Georgia Regional Cancer Coalition.
Vendors are now sought for the event, set for Saturday, August 20th from 8 am to noon, as indicated by Allison Agnew, Breast and Cervical Cancer Program Coordinator for NWGRCC. Interested parties should reach out to Agnew via phone at (706) 291-9998 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Agnew says that anyone who provides a service to the community is eligible to be a vendor at the event, which will feature cancer screenings and more.
HIV testing will also be offered at the Health Initiative for Men and Women, indicates Erin Hernandez, NWGRCC President and CEO.
Learn more about the Northwest Georgia Regional Cancer Coalition on their website at www.nwgacancer.org.