CATA Community Health Fair Provides Free Screenings and Services

CATA Community Health Fair Provides Free Screenings and Services

LANSING - The 18th Annual CATA Community Health Fair took place on April 7th to provide the Lansing community with free services and screenings.

"It's really a way for CATA to give back to the community that has supported us for the last 45 years," CATA Marketing Assistant Pam Latka said.

With over 29 different agencies and 60 services available, Latka said it is a win-win for everyone.

"It gives people exposure to the resources that Greater Lansing has that they may not be aware of," Latka said.

Last year, the health fair attracted over 225 people for free screenings in just three hours and 250 community members are estimated to visit the health fair this year.

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