State Rep. Fred Strahorn (D-Dayton) today announced that the Dayton Asian American Council has been selected to receive a grant from the Ohio Commission on Minority Health. The funds will assist the council with participation in Ohio’s Minority Health Month events in 2018.

“The Dayton Asian American Council is recognized for their advocacy in promoting participation in the democratic process, education and access to services to improve the quality of life for Asian Americans in the region,” said Leader Strahorn. “I am pleased that Dayton council has been selected to receive funds to assist them with their Bone Marrow Donor project during the April 2018 Minority Health Month events.”

Minority Health Month was created in 1989 to be a 30-day, high-visibility health promotion and disease prevention campaign.  The Dayton Asian American Council’s grant is for $2500.

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