October 28, from 10:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m., St. Timothy Missionary Baptist Church held a Community Health Fair and Hope Day sponsored by the women's ministry. The fair was held at the Robinson-Williams Center for Hope and Restoration. It included a chance to donate blood with LifeShare, and free blood pressure and sugar checks by Nancy Everitt and the students of Delta Community College. There were booths by Arc of Morehouse, Vantage, Lincoln Heritage Life Insurance, The Reuben Randall Foundation, and Walking in the Sun Rescue Center. The fair also hosted Willie Prater of the Cognitive Development Center as well as Chief Thomas Crowder of the Bastrop Fire department, who spoke about fire prevention and safety. As October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month, they had speaker Carolyn Harris who discussed her survival story and they gave information about yearly exams. Morehouse General also donated a lot of materials. “Our health fair and Hope Day is about bringing awareness which we find important because our founder, Angela Robinson, is a breast cancer survivor,” said Center Vice President, Williams. “Our goal is to raise awareness by providing these types of events to the community free of charge.”