13TH ANNUAL BREAST HEALTH AWARENESS
CELEBRATION OF LIFE BREAKFAST
Join The Wellness Group for its 13th Annual Breast Health Awareness Celebration of Life Breakfast on Friday, September 19, 2014, 8:30am until 11:30am at West Angeles Church of God in Christ, North Campus in the Crystal Room. Admission is free and open to the public. Donations are welcome.
Come out for a morning of inspiration and empowerment
Must register for each woman attending.
Dr. Betty Price, minister, author and cancer survivor.
Faith, self-esteem, coping with stress and achieving success.
Dr. Ronald Hurst, medical doctor and director of the California Oncology Research Institute (CORI)
Breast cancer updates.
Lisa Cole, founder/consultant of Lingerie fit for Style Fit Solutions.
Bra stylist & body confidence expert, Lisa can change your life with the right solutions.
Enjoy breakfast, healthy lifestyle stations including Chemo Cold Caps, L A County Affiliate Susan G. Komen for the Cure and Walgreen's, materials, product samples giveaways and prizes plus sign up for a no or low cost mammogram screening.
The Wellness Group, a grassroots non-profit 501c (3) organization was established to inform, educate and empower the underserved African-American women throughout Los Angeles County on breast health awareness and a healthy lifestyle.
Additional information including sponsorship and volunteer opportunities for the 13th Annual Breast Health Awareness Celebration of Life Breakfast may be obtained by calling Michelle Moore Bell at (213) 407-0271; Diana Layne White (626) 823-5350 or write to: firstname.lastname@example.org.
To your health,
Michelle Moore Bell
Michelle Moore Bell, Adai Lamar of KJLH 102.3 and Diana Layne White
Walking for Breast Cancer Awareness with Susan G. Komen for the Cure
The Wellness Group is a grassroots 501c (3) non-profit organization, whose focus is to promote breast health awareness to the under-resourced African-American women throughout Los Angeles County.
Michelle Moore Bell is founder and president for The Wellness Group, a breast health awareness organization established in 1994.
BREAST CANCER ranks second among the causes of cancer death among African-Americans exceeded only by lung cancer according to the California Department of Health Services.
Michelle is extremely passionate about this project because there are no known ways to prevent breast cancer, however, early detection through self-breast examination, clinical breast examination and mammography are three ways to reduce mortality.
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