Hundreds of Hispanics are expected to gather in Bryan Saturday to learn about health care issues.
The annual Hispanic Plus Health Fair will be held at the First Baptist Church of Bryan's Family Center from 9 a.m. until 1 p.m.
The event focuses on health care options and planning for Hispanics in the Brazos Valley.
Several community agencies are expected to be on hand to answer questions, including the Bryan Police Department, Brazos Valley Food Bank, Brazos County Sheriff's Department, WIC, BVCAA Medical Clinic, The Mexican Consulate of Houston, and the United Way of the Brazos Valley.
The first 400 children to attend will get free book bags and the first 700 children will get school supplies.
The event is free and open to the public.
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