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April 23, 2014

Healthy Woman program celebrates six years of service

Corsicana — Topics ranging from nutrition to healthy hearts to safe skin practices have been covered for the last six years by the Navarro Regional Hospital's Healthy Woman program.

Hundreds of women made the Healthy Woman series a success — having learned health tips to take better care of themselves and their families.

On May 1, Healthy Woman will celebrate six years of doing just that, with a shopping expo, dinner, and great guest speaker at the IOOF Event Center. Tickets are $20, and seating is limited, so contact the hospital quickly at (903) 654-6870 for reservations.

Dale Smith Thomas is president and founder of Winners by Choice, Inc. and travels the world as a motivational speaker and author, according to her website www.winnersbychoice.com. Her message of encouragement challenges women to feel beautiful by building positive energy on the inside. She is a frequent guest on radio and television, having appeared on The Dr. Phil Show, The Big Idea on CNBC, The Travel Channel, and more. The Mississippi native's southern roots help her bond with her audience in a way that makes one feel as if you've known her all your life.

Come be encouraged, inspired, and enjoy a night of female empowerment beginning at 5 p.m. Thursday, May 1.

For more information visit NavarroHospital.com/HealthyWoman.

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