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You're invited to the Adirondack Wellness Network's monthly meeting! where our goal is to educate the community while growing our wellness businesses and learn from our fellow wellness services and practitioners.
Prospective members are invited to join our meeting for FREE to see what we're all about and learn how we're growing "wellness" in the Adirondacks.
The agenda includes:
- Welcome new members
- Share what's new with each member (1 minute each)
- Review website updates
- Practitioner of the Month Spotlight
- AWN Public Relations Liaison update
- AWN Wellness Series outreach lectures at various locations
- Event Committee update
- Steering Committee update
- Business card or brochure exchange (every month!)
- and more!
Please join us!
What if I can't make the event in person? Can I call in by phone?
Yes! (712) 770-4010 Access Code: 601438#
What are my parking options?
You can park in front of the Saranac Lake town hall, in the Sears/Nori's parking lot for free or behind the building (best bet for good free parking) in the village parking lot.
What can/can't I bring to the event?
Wellness practitioner or wellness business owners that serve clients within the Adirondack borders are welcome to our event!
Where can I contact the organizer with any questions?
You can contact Karen Kan, MD (Meeting Leader) at 524-8188 or at firstname.lastname@example.org
Do I have to bring my printed ticket to the event?
No! Just bring yourself! and feel free to bring your lunch and maybe something to take notes.
Where is the board room?
It is now located on the FIRST floor, the first door on your left, immediately as you walk into the building. If it is locked, KNOCK LOUDLY!!!
When & Where
Adirondack Wellness Network
The Adirondack Wellness Network (A.W.N.) is a cooperative group of wellness professionals whose mission is to educate and empower individuals in discovering the many avenues of attaining vitality, health, and happiness. We aim to continue the healing traditions associated with the Adirondacks.