As part of its fight to reduce infant mortality rates in Tennessee, The University of Tennessee Health Science Center’s BLUES (Building Lasting Unshakable Expectations into Successes) Project will host a community health fair for Moms-to-Be and their families. Representatives from the research and community outreach program along vendors such as Virginia College, Erlanger Health Systems, Blue Cross Blue Shield and many more will be in attendance to provide door prizes, health screenings and a day of pampering. Awareness information about infant mortality and maternal health will also be provided. The health fair will take place from 9 am to 12 noon on July 2nd at the Glenwood Recreation Center located at 2610 E. 3rd Street Chattanooga, TN 37404. For more information, contact Quetta Pipkin, Community Outreach Coordinator of the UTHSC BLUES Project-Chattanooga site, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 423-778-5721.