” A Cop, A Doc, and the Councilman ” Health Challenge

Riverview Towers was a busy place as residents took advantage of the health challenge event " a Cop, a Doc, and a Councilman ".

Riverview Towers was a busy place as residents took advantage of the health challenge event ” a Cop, a Doc, and a Councilman “.

The Cleveland Police Foundation and Community Policing teamed up with Lutheran Hospital and Councilman Cimperman for “A Cop, a Doc, and the Councilman” Health Challenge at Riverview Tower. This health challenge is between the residents at CMHA’s Riverview Towers and Lakeview Tower. Lutheran Hospital and President Dr. Don Malone were there to do free health screenings, Councilman Cimperman’s office answered questions, and CMHA Police and CPD offered safety tips and advice. Town Hall Restaurant donated free salads and juices, and The Grocery gave away free samples. Great job by Lutheran Hospital’s Janice Gonzalez organizing the event. Thank you to all the city service agencies for their participation and outreach.

 


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