With an eye toward raising money and awareness to help provide the very best care for some of our area’s tiniest babies, Schatzi Kassal is once again rallying friends and colleagues to help support the mission she has pursued for 41 years. In 1973, Kassal and six of her closest friends founded Project: New Born, a nonprofit, philanthropic organization devoted to raising funds to help premature and high-risk infants.
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A free screening of “Invisible Threat,” a documentary film about immunization and its effect on community health, will be held Thursday, August 28, from 6 to 7:30 p.m., in the 8th floor auditorium of the Mailman Center for Child Development, 1601 NW 12th Avenue. The film, which is presented in English with Spanish subtitles, is 40 minutes long. The screening will be followed by a wine and cheese reception and discussion.