Telugu Fine Arts Society Hosts Free Health Camp In Edison

Featured & Cover Telugu Fine Arts Society Hosts Free Health Camp In Edison

A free health camp was organized on June.9 under the leadership of Madhu Anna, president of the Telugu Fine Arts Society (TFAS), a renowned organization celebrating its 40th year. The event, hosted in partnership with Sai Datta Peetham, took place at Siva Vishnu Temple’s community hall in Edison, New Jersey, from 9 am to 1 pm, serving over 125 patients.

The event was honored by the presence of Bernards Township Mayor Jennifer Assay, who commended both TFAS and Sai Datta Peetham for their dedication to community service. Mayor Assay highlighted the significance of such initiatives in supporting local communities. The event was held in collaboration with Sai Datta Peetham, serving over 125 patients.

TFAS is a non-profit organization dedicated to promoting Telugu culture and arts. And, Sai Datta Peetham is a renowned spiritual and cultural center in Edison, NJ, committed to serving the community through various religious, cultural, and social service activities.

Raghusarma Sankaramanchi, founder and chairman of Sai Datta Peetham, provided facilities for the camp and blessed the TFAS committee for their noble efforts. His support was instrumental in the smooth execution of the event. A team of distinguished medical professionals, including Dr. Janani Krishna, Dr. Janardhan Bollu, Dr. Shanthi Eppanapalli, Dr. Anish Nihalani, Dr. Srinivas Pavuluri, Dr. Madhu Rajaram, and Dr. Devipriya Thirugnanabandham, provided specialized treatments. Patients expressed their gratitude for the doctors’ exceptional and free services.

Avantik Labs offered blood work services, while Woodlane Pharmacy distributed necessary medical kits, both contributing significantly to the camp’s success.

The event saw active participation from various community members and volunteers, including Damu Gedala, Venkata Satya, Subhadra, Latha Devi, Vara Lakshmi, Vani, Arundathi, Seshagiri, Lokendar, Mahidhar, and Edison Council Member Ajay Patil.

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