Tue, Jun 27 - Sat, Sep 02 2017

Emanuelu Youth's Biggest Loser Challenge,

San Lorenzo, California, United States San Lorenzo, California, United States

  • About the event

    This event hosted by the Emanuelu First Samoan Free Methodist Church Youth, inspired by its officers, brings awareness to those affected by diabetes, cancer, obesity, and other problematic health risks that we might face or know a relative or a friend that is infected by it.  Creating an awareness and targeting the youth will help inform, educate, and empower many who are in need of support and are in dire need of information on how to fight this ongoing battle. Our main goal is to actively influence the members of Emanuelu as well as the community, so that we may serve as messengers and spread the awareness throughout the population.  The more we know, the better off we may be.

    Why should you sponsor?

    I think the event speaks for itself.  It is a great cause to be a part of a movement in helping, supporting, and developing human lives.  Many who fall victim to health problems in their later years because of the lack of knoweldge and awareness.  They can use this opportunity to prevent other factors that might play a role with their health.  It is a great movement for kids to stay healthy as well as parents.

    Ricky Gaoteote

    My name is Ricky Gaoteote, son of Elder Rev. Faifili Sa'a Gaoteote and late first lady Tumutumu Gaoteote.  I've been working with youth groups and children over the past 18 years as a Youth Leader, Choir Leader, and event organizer for the EFSFMC.  I am an undergrad at Ohlone College and have completed the first 3 semesters of studies.  I plan to capture an Associates degree in Human Development, and also in Mathematics and Technology while pursuing my major in Computer Science in transfering to either California State East Bay or San Jose State University.  I have over 16 years of experience in the work force as a Technician in both Engineering and Quality dept., QA specialist, Manufacturing, Logistics, Administrative, and Supervisory work.

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  • 51-100 attendees expected

    50% Male Attendees

    50% Female Attendees

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