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Edison Community Members Benefit from Telugu Fine Arts Society's Complimentary Health Clinic


June 10 :
The president of the highly esteemed Telugu Fine Arts Society (TFAS), Madhu Anna, spearheaded the organisation of a free health camp on June 9th in celebration of the organization's 40th anniversary. Over 125 patients were served at the event, which was held from 9 am to 1 pm at the community hall of Siva Vishnu Temple in Edison, New Jersey, and was hosted in conjunction with Sai Datta Peetham. Bernards Township Mayor Jennifer Assay was present at the occasion and offered her congratulations to TFAS and Sai Datta Peetham for their commitment to community service. The importance of these activities in bolstering local communities was emphasised by Mayor Assay.

TFAS is an ecumenical group that promotes the arts and culture of Telugu spoken countries. Located in Edison, New Jersey, Sai Datta Peetham is well-known as a cultural and spiritual hub that hosts a wide range of community events and programmes centred on religion, art, and social justice. Sai Datta Peetham chairman and founder Raghusarma Sankaramanchi blessed the TFAS committee and provided camp amenities. The success of the event was greatly enhanced by his assistance.

The exceptional medical care was delivered by a group of renowned doctors, including Janani Krishna, Janardhan Bollu, Shanthi Eppanapalli, Anish Nihalani, Srinivas Pavuluri, Madhu Rajaram, and Devipriya Thirugnanabandham. The patients were very appreciative of the doctors' excellent and complimentary care.

The blood work services provided by Avantik Labs and the distribution of essential medical kits by Woodlane Pharmacy were crucial to the functioning of the camp. Damu Gedala, Venkata Satya, Subhadra, Latha Devi, Vara Lakshmi, Vani, Arundathi, Seshagiri, Lokendar, Mahidhar, and Edison Council Member Ajay Patil were among the community members and volunteers that actively participated in the event.