The Jewish Hospital Hosts Trunk or Treat October 24 In the Kenwood Towne Centre Garage drive through event
The Jewish Hospital – Mercy Health is hosting a special, socially-distanced Halloween event in the Kenwood Towne Centre garage while spreading awareness of different cancer screenings.
Kids will get a generous amount of premium, name-brand, pre-bagged treats while their parents and loved ones will receive important health information, all from the safety of their cars.
Trunk or Treat is a drive through event taking place in Kenwood Towne Center’s parking garage from 11 a.m.-1 p.m. on Saturday, October 24. Guests will enter Trunk or Treat from Kenwood Road.
“In this challenging year, we wanted to be sure kids had a way to enjoy Halloween while also giving the grown-ups in their lives the information they need to make decisions on important cancer screenings,” said The Jewish Hospital President Pat Davis-Hagens. “While Halloween might celebrate all things spooky, there’s nothing scary about having your health screenings. Preventive screenings save lives.”
Volunteers look forward to seeing kids in costume and will wear masks and gloves as they hand out candy for kids and health information for adults.
Volunteers will staff more than 20 stations and provide details on different available health screenings, including mammograms, colonoscopies and lung and prostate cancer screenings.
The event is free. Mercy Health encourages attendees to dress in costume and wear masks in their cars.