River Valley Ovarian Alliance to Host Free Lunch and Learn
LAST YEARS’ SPONSORS
iHeart Radio Media
Shamrock Liquor Warehouse
PHOTO BOOTH EXCLUSIVE SPONSOR
Fort Smith Radiation Oncology - Dr. Kris Gast
FLORAL EXCLUSIVE SPONSOR
Methodist Health & Rehab
Crain Hyundai & Crain Kia of Fort Smith
Hammer Solutions Inc.
Methodist Health & Rehab
Sparks Health System
A to Z Outdoors
Arkansas College of Osteopathic Medicine (ARCOM)
Ashton Place Health & Rehab
Baldor Electric Co.
Belle Point Beverages, Inc.
Brown-Hiller-Clark & Associates
Champ Hinton Enterprises
Citizens Bank & Trust Co.
First National Bank
Fort Smith Hand Therapy
Melanie Radcliff, CPA, Inc.
Mercy Fort Smith
Pernod Ricard USA
Seasons Boutique & Gifts
Sodies Wine & Spirits
The Sound Room
Windsor Insurance Services, LLC
Courtyard by Marriott Downtown Fort Smith
Donaubauer Group of Raymond James
Glidewell Distributing Company
Harry Robinson Buick GMC
Business by Referral (BBR), Covington Court Health & Rehab, Fort Smith Radiation Oncology - Dr. Kris Gast, Friends & Family of John & Kathy Mendenhall, Klein Tool, Mercy Crest, Meridian Medical - Dr. Danny Silver, Methodist Health & Rehab, OG&E, The Price Family, The Windsor Family
FORT SMITH, Ark. —Women are invited to a lunch and learn on Thursday and it’s all about ovarian cancer.
The Teal to Teal community luncheon will be hosted by the River Valley Ovarian Cancer Alliance. Teal to Teal stands for “Tell Every Amazing Lady to Take Early Action & Live”
Teal is the official color for ovarian cancer and May 5 is World Ovarian Cancer day.
There will be speeches, information and free lunch for everyone who attends Thursday’s luncheon.
Ovarian cancer is a treatable disease. Knowing early signs could get someone treated and save a life. Some of those symptoms include fatigue, back and pelvic pain and menstrual changes.
Doctors say if someone feels these symptoms for two weeks or more, they should contact a doctor.
The event begins at 11 a.m. in the Fort Smith Convention Center Rotunda. It is too late to sign up for the lunch but people are still free to stop in and learn about ovarian cancer.
See more HERE
Posted by Rachel Arnold on Thursday, May 5th, 2016 @ 8:31PM
Tags: 40/29, 4029 news, downtown fort smith ar, fort smith arkansas, fort smith community event, fort smith van buren, news, ovarian cancer awareness, ovarian cancer education, ovarian cancer support group, pedro rivera, press, river valley ovarian cancer alliance