Please join us for educational workshops, free onsite cancer and health screenings and guided bike tours, as we seek to increase awareness and understand the importance of family cancer history, risk factors and preventive measures in the fight against cancer. Lunch and giveaways will be provided.
For more information, contact Nicole Honoré at (225) 215-1250.
Visit pogo.marybird.com to create an account and sign up for a free cancer screening.
Engaging the Generations is a free community event held in recognition of National Black Cancer Family Awareness Week and designed to increase awareness in the African American community of the importance of knowing your family cancer history, risk factors and prevention measures.
African American men, women and youth are encouraged to attend. Cancer survivors are also asked to attend to share their personal experiences.
Free cancer and health screenings, along with educational workshops led by medical experts and cancer survivors. Engaging conversations for Mothers/Daughters/Sisters and Fathers/Sons/Brothers, along with A Healing Word will be provided. Bike rides, kids’ games and other family fun activities throughout the day!
Lunch will be provided. Health and nutrition vendors will be onsite and various door prizes will be given out during the event.