Miami– This Saturday, June 24th, I feel good with Canoalso I feel good with KanoAnnual Welfare Party Kanoo Healthat the Royal Ballroom, in southwest Miami.
The auditorium was packed with attendees who joined in with TV presenters Jorge Luis Sanchez Gras (the social TV show with Sanchez Gras) and Ricky Becerra (my grandmother’s cook) on a day that had live music, lotteries, a beauty station, healthy food show, contests and, above all, a lot of human warmth.
“It’s great,” said journalist Jorge Luis Sánchez Gras. “It is an encounter with as many people as one imagines, but one cannot meet. There has been a very terrible pause for a long time because of the pandemic, to imagine faces. It is time to see faces, to people. It shows that people are interacting and that people are there.”
As he emphasized, “It’s not the same thing that people get to know you that people get to know you. That recognition is what gives validity to the work we do every day.”
“I am very happy, I hope that these kinds of events will continue to unfold so that people can meet, and above all so that the obligation to be useful prevails, because we are wasting so much time, and the benefit is waiting for us,” he said.
With 170 health centers in the United States, Kanoo Health It is one of the country’s leading providers of primary care for seniors and families. Cano Health is on a mission to transform healthcare, which has “changed our communities for the better. The reason is simple: We put our members first.”
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