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Heart and Soul Festival bridges African American culture and heart health awareness

 

For Immediate Release

Contact:  Sandra Sgambati
                 201-894-3386

               201-820.8651 (mobile)      

                 Sandra.Sgambati@ehmc.com                                               

 

 

**February 27, 2009**

 

 

WHO:            Englewood Hospital and Medical Center; The Tapestry for

Hope and Change; NAACP Bergen County Chapter; African-American Advisory Committee of Bergen County; special musical guests.

 

WHAT:          Community festival celebrating African-American culture and

                        heart health awareness.

 

WHERE:      Englewood Hospital Auditorium

                        350 Engle Street, Englewood, NJ 07631

 

WHEN:         February 27, 2009 

                        6:00 PM - 10:00 PM

 

 

The first-annual Heart and Soul Festival at Englewood Hospital and Medical Center will bridge healthcare and cultural awareness through song, dance and education. Families will have an opportunity to learn and celebrate the African-American experience and at the same time, learn more about heart health issues that impact their communities and ways to improve their own heart health.

 

Various visuals including: The Tapestry for Hope and Change (http://thetapestryforhopeandchange.webs.com/index.htm) making its inaugural appearance in New Jersey; Jazz, Gospel, Rhythm and Blues, Hip-Hop musical performances, health information booths, health screenings and more.

 

 

 

 

 



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