Friday, November 30, 2018

Healthy Columbia to Hold Christmas Pancake Breakfast for Community, Saturday, Dec. 1


WHO:
Local families from Columbia, Pennsylvania
Kelsey Miller, program manager of Healthy Columbia
Philip Goropoulos, president of CHI St. Joseph Children's Health (a Lancaster-based nonprofit)

WHAT:
Healthy Columbia – CHI St. Joseph Children's Health's community-driven initiative dedicated to providing and coordinating services and the investments necessary to create a thriving community in Columbia Borough – will host a pancake breakfast for families from the Columbia community. The FREE pancake breakfast is open to the public and will feature Santa and children's activities.

WHERE:
Our Lady of Angels, 404 Cherry St.

WHEN:
Saturday, Dec. 1 from 9 a.m. to 11:30 a.m.


About CHI St. Joseph Children's Health and Healthy Columbia
Healthy Columbia is CHI St. Joseph Children's Health's community-driven initiative dedicated to providing and coordinating services and the investments necessary to create a thriving community in Columbia Borough. A location of Catholic Health Initiatives, CHI St. Joseph Children's Health is a community-based organization dedicated to the health and well-being of children and families in the Lancaster community. The organization works in collaboration with community partners to assure access to appropriate, quality health services and benefits for every child in the Lancaster community. This mission in children's health includes multiple efforts, programs and services committed to improving the health of children and families throughout the Lancaster community. Most recently, the nonprofit announced plans to open the St. John Neumann School for Children and Families in Columbia, Pennsylvania in 2020. To learn more about CHI St. Joseph Children's Health, visit www.CHIstjosephchildrenshealth.org.

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