Free World AIDS Day event hosted at Coker College
The Care Innovations Program of CareSouth Carolina, Inc. will host an afternoon of inspiration and education at Coker College on December 1 at 3 p.m. The event is the local Community Health Center’s way to exhibit the importance of understanding the impact HIV/AIDS has on people in South Carolina.
CareSouth Carolina is pleased to announce WYNN 106.3 is the event host with Big MMike serving as the DJ for the evening. National World AIDS Day is celebrated on December 1 annually to bring awareness to a disease that effects the lives of millions. CareSouth Carolina has designed the event to be family friendly, entertaining and informative.
Attendees will receive free t-shirts, water bottles and refreshments while listening to live music and a message from a person living with HIV/AIDS. There will also be a performance from the South Carolina Governors School Choir. “We want people to come out and enjoy an afternoon of awareness in a comfortable setting with their neighbors,” says Troy Bowers, Care Innovations Director.
“The team has worked diligently to bring local businesses and community leaders together to shed light on what some consider a dark subject,” Bowers added. Davidson Hall is located on the campus of Coker College at 300 East College Street, Hartsville. CareSouth Carolina has provided quality healthcare in South Carolina for over thirty years.
The organization serves as a patient-centered, medical home; a place where people can experience healing and caring relationships, regardless of their personal circumstance. CareSouth Carolina has 15 locations to meet the needs of the patients its serve. For more information about CareSouth Carolina please visit www.CareSouth-Carolina.com or call 843-857-0111.