The City of Compton to Honor Venus and Serena Williams at the Healthy Compton Community Festival

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Compton Mayor Aja Brown has announced that tennis legends Venus and Serena Williams will be returning to the city of Compton as honorees at the 2016 Healthy Compton Community Festival.

Taking place on Saturday, November 12th from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the MLK Transit Center Plaza, the Healthy Compton Community Festival will feature free celebrity workouts, sports clinics, health screenings, cooking demos, giveaways, and surprise guests.

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In a joint statement, Venus and Serena Williams said, “We are so excited to return to Compton for Mayor Aja Brown’s Healthy Compton Community Festival. Compton will always be our home and we can’t wait to spend the day with the community at this inspiring event.”

“The Healthy Compton initiative is an ongoing effort to promote health and wellness in the Compton community,” said Mayor Aja Brown.  “I’m so excited to be able to welcome home Venus and Serena Williams back to Compton for this year’s festival. The Williams sisters are tennis superstars and champions on and off the court. They continue to be role models for millions of young people around the world and they got their start right here in Compton. The Healthy Compton Initiative is all about motivating Compton residents to lead healthier lives and be the best person they can while having fun and this year we have a spectacular event planned with the Williams sisters and other surprise guests.”

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Mayor Aja Brown’s Healthy Compton Initiative is a community-based comprehensive approach to educating, empowering, and equipping Compton residents to lead healthier lives through the experience of healthy outcomes. Mayor Brown, along with a host of health and wellness partners throughout the City of Compton and surrounding communities are focused on enabling residents to build healthy habits. The Initiative is a result of Mayor’s Brown’s leadership and a grassroots community effort with local residents, business owners, and stakeholders working together over the past three years.

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