Kingston Healthcare Embrace Life health and wellness conference

. March 23, 2017.
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Kingston HealthCare wants to help you age gracefully with their Embrace Life health and wellness conference. A half day of activities, the event is meant to empower adults aged 50 and up to not only think about their health, but to embrace it. The day includes a speech by humorous motivational speaker Charles Marshall, Celebrity Jeopardy and special performances by Ragtime Rick, a barbershop quartet and others. Additionally, physicians will speak on a variety of topics and health checks will be provided. Breakfast, lunch and refreshments will be served and there will be prizes to be won. 8:00am-2:30pm. Wednesday, April 26.

Cedar Creek Church 29129 Lime City Rd. | Perrysburg 419-247-2919 | kingstonhealthcare.com

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