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Speakers Sought for 2018 Encourage Health Series
By: Carriage Trade Public Relations
Program topics have covered a wide range of subject matter discussed by respected experts in the health field. Popular themes have included training tips for running a 5K, the golden healers of ginger and turmeric, the correlation between heart health and a healthy lifestyle, acupuncture practices and many more.
Anyone who has an idea for a health-oriented educational program should submit the concept to Paula Kreissler at firstname.lastname@example.org. The deadline is Thursday, Nov. 30.
Applications should include the presenter's name, title, company and contact information, along with the proposed topic and a short description of what the audience would learn. Please attach a bio and headshot. All submissions will be reviewed by the Encourage Health advisory board.
The selected speakers will be announced in February. The 2018 lunch and learn series will kick off on Tuesday, April 17. The other lectures will be held on the following Tuesdays: June 26, August 28 and October 30.
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