DECATUR, GA– DeKalb District 3 Commissioner Larry Johnson and District 5 Commissioner Mereda Davis Johnson invite the public to join the fun and excitement at the DeKalb Community Empowerment Fall Festival on Saturday, Oct. 8, 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.
The DeKalb Empowerment Fall Festival will be held at The Gallery of South DeKalb, 2801 Candler Road, Decatur.
The event will feature music, entertainment, food, prizes, health screenings, voter information, senior services, COVID-19 vaccines and booster and flu shots.
Those receiving a COVID-19 vaccine or a booster will receive a $100 gift card, while supplies last.
With the theme “Winning in DeKalb,” more than 40 government agencies and nonprofit organizations will be present to provide services, share information about upcoming elections and encourage citizens to be more involved in their health and in their community.
The event, which will be held in the parking lot of the former Macy’s, will feature:
- DeKalb Board of Health, providing Covid vaccines and boosters and flu vaccines
- Association of Black Cardiologists and partners conducting health screenings
- Representatives from DeKalb Tenant-Landlord Assistance Coalition rental aid program
- DeKalb Human Services, responding to questions about senior centers and services
- “Everything you need to know” about the upcoming election from information provided by the Decatur Alumnae Chapter
- Opportunity to meet and greet DeKalb commissioners
- DeKalb County School District mobile classroom
- Entertainment, food and lots of fun
The Community Empowerment Festival is being sponsored by DeKalb District 3 and District 5 Commissioners Larry Johnson and Mereda Davis Johnson, DeKalb County Human Services, DeKalb Board of Health, Decatur Alumnae Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority and MedCura Health.
Festical organizers extends appreciation to DeKalb County CEO Michael Thurmond for his support and for making available the $100 gift cards.