Keystone First, the largest Medical Assistance product in southeastern Pennsylvania, joined Praise Is The Cure for its 14th Annual Week of Hope, Heath & Healing’s Super Saturday event at Mt. Airy Church of God in Christ on Saturday.

Keystone First provided health screenings for attendees as well as transportation for individuals living n transitional housing facilities throughout the city.

The event also included a Men’s Tailgate Party where men received information on preventable health issues, and a Pamper Party for breast cancer patients and survivors.

The day ended with the Musical Extravaganza, starting with a parade of more than 200 breast cancer survivors led by Praise Is The Cure founders Anita T. Conner and Kerri Conner-Matchett.

The concert featured Grammy Award-nominated singer Richard Smallwood and was hosted by Patty Jackson, midday host with 105.3 WDAS-FM.

Contact Johann Calhoun at newseditor@phillytrib.com or call at (215) 893-5739

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