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Women's Expo 2012

Women's Expo 2012

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A Special Section of The Lebanon Democrat, The Hartsville Vidette,, Mt. Juliet News
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Saturday, October 27, 20129:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.The New LebanonHigh SchoolCommons Area
Proceeds Benet theLebanon High SchoolCheerleaders
 
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The Oct. 27 event, sponsored by FirstFreedom Bank and University MedicalCenter and held by The Lebanon Demo-crat, will eature seminars every hal hourthroughout the day rom motivationalspeaker and local coupon expert AnnHaney.Haney will discuss topics, including“The 1-2-3 ‘s o Successul Couponing,”“Maximizing Savings While MinimizingTime,” “Discovering Drug Store RewardsFor Dynamic Savings” and “From ClippingCoupons To Debt-Free Living.”Haney, a mother o six, said her pas-sion or coupon clipping began three yearsago as a way to oset eects o the reces-sion. Like most o the American workorce,Haney’s husband, who is in the construc-tion industry, experienced a fnancial set-back.Instead o approaching the obstacleburdened with worry, Haney was proac-tive and looked or ways to do more withless.“I heard that couponing could save alot o money. It saved my amily $800 amonth,” she said. “Basically, that wouldmake a house payment. I spend $60 aweek or eight people, which is phenom-enal.”First Freedom Bank will sponsor Haneyat the Every Woman’s Expo.“We are proud to sponsor Ann; shebrings a wealth o knowledge and can re-late to her audience because she knowsrom experience the struggles o fnancialdifculties,” said Maliea Oakley, First Free-dom Bank senior vice president and retaildivision manager. “Her goal is to empowerpeople and teach them tools to achieve f-nancial success.”In addition to fnancial tips rom Haney,a number o health topics will be discussedat the Every Woman’s Expo. According toUniversity Medical Center director o com-munity and volunteer services Jeannie Far-ley, a number o hospital experts will be onhand to present inormation and answerquestions.Radiologist Dr. Michael R. Couden willpresent a seminar on uterine fbroid em-bolization, a less invasive alternative tohysterectomy. Presenting “Things everywoman needs to know about her body”will be Dr. Clainda Burton-Shannon withWomen’s Wellness o Lebanon. Dr. AlisaBowerstock with Women’s Health Clinicwill present “The answers to the questionsyou were araid to ask.”UMC Surgical Services Director KathyRomero will present a discussion on thesurgical solution to weight loss rom a pa-tient’s perspective. Radiologist Dr. Lucy B.Spalluto will speak on women’s imaging.The expo begins at 9:30 a.m. and willwrap up about 1:30 p.m. in Lebanon HighSchool’s common area and caeteria.Other seminars and activities will beheld simultaneously, including Zumba,dance, sel-deense and karate demonstra-tions.The event will be at Lebanon HighSchool and beneft the Lebanon HighSchool cheerleaders.Cheer coach Amanda Hargis said themoney raised would be used or mats andto und trips to competitions.Tickets are $5 each or adults and chil-dren under 12 are admitted ree. Tickets areavailable at The Lebanon Democrat ofce,the ront lobby at University Medical Cen-ter, On-Call Medical and Pharmacy, CrystalCouture, Pulse Hair Salon, Mo’Carra res-taurant and Honey Baked Ham.
 
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According to University Medical Center communityand volunteer services director Jeannie Farley, three pre-senting doctors and one nurse are on tap or the Oct. 27event at Lebanon High School. In addition to the hospital,the Every Woman’s Expo is sponsored by First FreedomBank and held by The Lebanon Democrat.University Medical Center will have Dr. Alisa Bower-stock and Dr. Clarinda Burton-Shannon on hand to talkabout the hospital’s mammography department in rec-ognition o Breast Cancer Awareness Month, along withother women’s health topics including “The Answers tothe Questions You were Araid to Ask.”Dr. Mark G. Kent will also present inormation on thehospital’s bariatric weight-loss program and its eectiveness.UMC Surgical Services Director Kathy Romero will pres-ent a discussion on the surgical solution to weight loss roma patient perspective.“This is a great opportunity or women to learn moreabout these important health issues through the Univer-sity Medical Center and other groups oering seminarsthroughout the day,” said FarleyThe expo begins at 9:30 a.m. and will wrap up about1:30 p.m. in Lebanon High School’s common area andcaeteria.The event will be at Lebanon High School and beneftthe Lebanon High School cheerleaders.Cheer coach Amanda Hargis said the money raisedwould be used or mats and to und trips to competitions.
The second annual Every Woman’s Exposet for October 27 will featurethree women’s health experts from
University medical Center
“We are happyto be participating in the Every Woman’s Expofor the second year,”
- Jeannie Farley.

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