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Covenant offers "Start Talking Now" Event

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Updated: 4/25/2013 11:57 am
COVENANT HEALTH PRESS RELEASE

Covenant Health is offering "Start Talking Now," an educational event for girls in the age range of 12-15, mothers and caregivers. The event will be on Saturday, April 27 from 9 - 11 a.m. It will be at the Knipling Education Conference Center.
 
The event will feature renowned author, speaker and psychotherapist, Mary Jo Rapini. The audience will hear her inspiring message titled "It's not just your body, it's your life" specifically for young ladies.
 
The event is free, and breakfast will be provided. There will be door prizes and a gift for each young lady. Please pre-register for this event by calling 1.866.4COVENANT. Space is limited.
 
The Knipling Education Conference Center is located on the sixth floor of the west parking garage at the corner of 21st Street and Louisville Avenue.

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