Volunteer Community Hospital promotes good health for women

Volunteer Community Hospital promotes good health for women

Posted: Wednesday, March 9, 2011 8:01 pm

Volunteer Community Hospital promotes good health for women | Healthy Women conference Volunteer Community Hospital

IN THE PINK – Visitors to the expansive vendor fair were given pink bags in which to stuff goodies from area merchants and health care professionals at the Healthy Woman conference held in the University of Tennessee at Martin’s Bowling University Cen

IN THE PINK – Visitors to the expansive vendor fair were given pink bags in which to stuff goodies from area merchants and health care professionals at the Healthy Woman conference held in the University of Tennessee at Martin’s Bowling University Center. 

On Monday, Feb. 28 Volunteer Community Hospital held its annual event to promote good health for women. Local vendors lined the hallways of the University Center and medical specialists provided important tips and demonstrated procedures.

The mission of the event was “to empower women with the knowledge and confidence to make informed health care and well-being decisions for themselves and their loved ones.” Community members had the opportunity to attend a vendor fair in the commons area from 4:30-6:30 p.m. Representatives from Acupuncture and Biofeedback Center, Align Chiropractic, Bonnie’s Boutique and Outlet, BeautiControl, the Bra Lady, CareAll Homecare, the Color Shop, Edward Jones, Felicia Bella Boutique, First State Bank, Dr. Craig Frayer, D.O. and Becky Johnson, CNM of Surgical Associates of Martin, Four Corners Custom Frame and Home Decor Shoppe, Frontier Communications, Hardwear Merry, Just Jewelry, the Martin Specialty Clinic, Mary Kay Cosmetics – Judy Mehan, Monograms and More, Moore Dental Office, the Pampered Chef, Pieces of Time Vintage Jewelry, Regional Home Care –Martin, Relaxing Effects Day Spa, Sandra Robbins, Sugar and Spice, Tracy’s Place and Vicki’s Designer Touch. 

Dale Smith Thomas (bottom left) was the speaker for the event. Known as “The Hope Doctor,” she has brought her message of success to crowds for over 17 years.Sponsors for the event included Weakley County Chamber, Akin and Porter Produce, MTD, First State Bank, Healthsouth Cane Creek, Ned R. McWherter, Sugar and Spice, Thunderbolt Broadcasting and the Weakley County Press.  

wcp 3/08/11

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