ATLANTA (AP) - Aetna has donated $50,000 to help pay for a
health and wellness forum to be held next year at The King Center.
The forum, scheduled for Jan. 10, will provide information, education
and services to encourage better health and nutrition and will
address health disparities in the black community.
The event will feature a town hall meeting and a health fair that will
include free screenings.
The contribution will also help fund next year's Salute to Greatness
Dinner, the annual fundraiser for The King Center, which is scheduled
for Jan. 17.
The Martin Luther King Jr. Center for Nonviolent Social Change
was founded by Coretta Scott King shortly after her husband's death
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