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KACC at U and I vs. Cancer Basketball Game and Concert

  • Credit Union 1 UIC Flames Pavilion (map)

Join the Korean American Coalition of Chicago (KACC) for the first ever "U and I vs. Cancer" Basketball Game and Concert at the Credit Union 1 UIC Pavilion on Sunday, February 24th!

We will be joining efforts with the UI Cancer Center towards bringing the Chicagoland community together! This event will help to promote health and wellness around cancer prevention and engage the community. KACC attendees will learn about cancer awareness & prevention, and the UI Cancer Center with FREE transportation, entry to community resource fair & basketball game, food & drink voucher, and post-game concert!

Come Pack the Pavilion as UIC Flames will face the Milwaukee Panthers in the final regularly scheduled home game of the season for an empowering event that combines: sports, music, and health.

RSVP:

- Free with Eventbrite RSVP by 5pm, February 20th

Schedule of Events:

- 1:30 PM Bus pickup at designated spots in the city

- 2:00 PM Community Resource Fair

- 3:12 PM UIC Flames vs. Milwaukee Panthers

- 5:45-6:30 PM Concert feat. KAMI, RIC WILSON, DJ JUKIE THA-KIDD

Attendees will receive:

- FREE transportation to UIC Pavilion

- FREE entry to community resource fair & basketball game (must be on the bus)

- FREE food & drink voucher

- FREE post-game concert

RSVP: https://kaccuandicancer.eventbrite.com

- Free with Eventbrite RSVP by 5pm, February 20th

More about UI Cancer Center:

The University of Illinois Cancer Center is the only public university-based cancer center in Chicago dedicated to the pursuit of health equity and study of cancer disparities. Our expert, multidisciplinary cancer focused physicians and researchers are dedicated to applying innovative breakthroughs for patient care from the bench to bedside to the delivery of treatment and clinical trial options to our community. We are part of the University of Illinois at Chicago and University of Illinois Hospital and Health Sciences System.

It's the only public university-based cancer center in the nation dedicated to exploring and understanding the totality of intersecting issues that trigger cancer – race, gender, environment, occupation, economic status, education, geography – so that we can effectively identify and discover methods necessary to better prevent, treat and help eradicate cancer.

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Questions about the event?

Karen Hwang, khwang (at) kac-chicago (dot) org
Sean Lee, sjlee (at) kac-chicago (dot) org