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FREE Vietnamese Concert and Community Health Fair

Join us for an afternoon of free music, carnival games, raffles, and fun! There will be special appearances: Congressman Mike Honda, a performance by famous singer Thanh Lan, and various community organizations. FREE Hepatitis B screening will be offered by North East Medical Services. Come out and join us for the fun to escape the summer heat!

Vietnamese Concert and Community Health Fair Saturday, July 23rd 1PM-5PM Milpitas High School Gymnasium 1285 Escuela Parkway Milpitas, CA 95035 FREE admission!

LIVE ENTERTAINMENT: + Singer Thanh Lan + Local Bay Area artists: Huynh Phu and Cao Tram Band SPEAKERS: + Congressman Mike Honda + County Supervisor Cindy Chavez + Dr. Samuel So FREE SCREENING & VACCINATION: + There will be FREE Hepatitis B screening and vaccination offered by the North East Medical Services (NEMS) COMMUNITY ORGANIZATIONS: -NEMS (North East Medical Services) -Asian Liver Center -El Camino Hospital -Kaiser Permanente -Second Harvest Food Bank -Milpitas Library -Unitek College -AADP (Asian American Donor Program) -ACWP (Aid to Children Without Parents) -Healthy Nail Project (Dept. of Environmental Health) -Next Door Solutions -AACI (Asian Americans for Community Involvement) -Valley Health Plan -VIVO

EVENT DETAILS: + Raffles, games for adults and kids, prizes (water bottles, wristbands, tattoos, sunglasses, pens, pins, and more!) -3 raffle bags with swag and a $20 Walgreens gift card! --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- PARKING: +There is FREE parking in the gymnasium parking lot +VTA: 46 Great Mall/Main Transit Center to Washington & Escuela +VTA: 66 Kaiser Santa Teresa - Milpitas and Dixon This event is co-hosted by the Asian Liver Center at Stanford University, Congressman Mike Honda, and Board of Supervisor Cindy Chavez. Special thanks to our partner North East Medical Services and sponsor ForeverBeaumore. #JoinJade is a campaign by the Asian Liver Center at Stanford University to eliminate hepatitis B and to stop liver cancer. Learn more at: joinjade.org

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