BALTIMORE — On May 22, hundreds of jazz lovers attended the third annual “Power to End Stroke (PTES) Jazz Brunch to bring Stroke Awareness” at Sojourner Douglass College in downtown Baltimore.

Attendees enjoyed jazz selections by Nevetta and Company while also taking part in free blood pressure screenings, nutrition counseling, cooking demonstrations and weight management education.

Power to End Stroke, an education and awareness campaign, hosts events to raise awareness about stroke and its impact on America.

The campaign was created in 2006 by the American Heart Association/American Stroke Association.

The brunch was sponsored by Johns Hopkins Stroke Center, Johns Hopkins Department of Community Health, WEAA Radio and the American Heart & Stroke Association.