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Goshen Women’s Expo slated for Oct. 5

Retreat Women's Health Center to host annual event.
Posted on Sepa. 25, 2013 at 1:00 a.m. | Updated on Sepa. 26, 2013 at 9:18 a.m.


GOSHEN — IU Health Goshen’s Retreat Women’s Health Center will host its annual women’s health event from noon to 4 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 5.

This year’s event, “Know You: Your Body, Your Health, Your Life” will feature presentations by area physicians including: Dr. Annan, Dr. Delneky, Dr. Spencer of IU Health Goshen Physicians and Dr. Down’s from The Centre, P.C.

The Women’s Expo will offer health screenings and risk assessments as well as showcase the products and services of local vendors, and will offer fitness demonstrations, food samples, massages and much more.

Entries from The Retreat’s 6th annual Decorated Bra Event will be unveiled during the Women’s Expo as well. The contest encourages participants to decorate a bra to promote breast cancer awareness.

The bras will remain on display at The Retreat until Oct. 31, during which time the public can to vote for their favorite design, either in person or at www.GoshenBraContest.org.

The Retreat requests a minimum contribution of $1 per vote, which will go toward HeartString Sisters, a program providing free mammograms for eligible local women.

The Retreat is at located at 1135 Professional Drive in Goshen. For more information on the Women’s Expo, visit www.retreatwomensexpo.com or call 364-4000.

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