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Saturday, August 30, 2008

BNSF Railways 2nd Annual Family And Community Health Day

Shahraim Charles Allen (phone: 253/961-1021; fax: 253/212-3740, coordinator for BNSF 2nd Annual Family and Community Health Day would like you to consider attending BNSF second Annual Family and Community Health Day on Saturday, September
6th, in Titlow Park located at 8425 6th Avenue in Tacoma, Washington 98465. The all day program will begin at 8:00 am and continue until 5:00 pm; the Participant booths will open at 12:00 pm. This is a great opportunity to bring together BNSF Railway's employees, their families and member of the Community to enjoy a fun and educational day. For further information, check out Sunday's Tacoma News Tribune. The Tacoma News Tribune is one of the sponsors of this fun filled and educational day.
Free food is being provided by 2Busy2Cook-Cookout Style Food, Steamers Seafood Cafe' and Cold Stone Ice Cream Parlor of Lakewood, Wa. Anyone who would want to donate food to this wonderful event, please contact Sharhraim Charles Allen at the phone number listed at the beginning of this post.


Stephanie Frieze said...

What a fun sounding event and so practical when health care is so expensive. Practicing a healthy lifestyle is all we really have to fight the ridiculous cost of health care. Thanks for the post, Joseph. I hope the info gets out to those who need it most.

JosephMcG said...

Stephanie, Shaharim has been working hard on publicity for the last two months. And he has been the driving force behind this event from the beginning.

I met him for the first time today and I was impressed by his enthusiasm and compassion.

He is one of those folks we all have a right to be proud of...


Stephanie Frieze said...

Anyone who is attempting to address the health of Americans is a patriot and an angel, a child of us all.

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