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20th Annual Breast & Whole Health Forum & Celebration

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The Wilfandel Clubhouse, In The Garden

3425 W. Adams Boulevard

Los Angeles, CA 90018

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20TH ANNUAL BREAST HEALTH AWARENESS FORUM & CELEBRATION - “Embrace the Woman you Are” Conversations with Change Makers Part 2

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You are cordially invited to join the Wellness Group as we celebrate our 20th Annual Breast & Whole Health Forum & Celebration on Saturday, October 2, from 12 PM - 3 PM. This outdoor garden event will take place at the historic Wilfandel Clubhouse, located in the historic West Adams District of Los Angeles. Doors open at 11 AM.

Established in 1994, the Wellness Group, a 501(c) (3) non-profit organization was established to inform, educate, and empower under-served and under-resourced African American women throughout Los Angeles County.

The theme for 2021 is “Embrace the Woman you Are” Conversations with Change Makers Part 2. The event brings an afternoon of education, information & fun.

Come out for an afternoon of inspiration, empowerment and celebration, enjoy a dynamic breast health & wellness panelist, delicious lunch, great music by DJ Ms. Cookie, complimentary caricature artist, complimentary photo booth, dessert reception, shopping vendors, health materials, prizes, gifts and more. We hope to see you at The Wilfandel Clubhouse 3425 West Adams Boulevard, LA 90018.

Free Admission with Registration – Everyone must register! Due to limited seating, registration will be based on first come - first served basic.

Masks and Proof of FULL COVID-19 Vaccination + ID Will Be Required for Entry.

Complimentary valet parking will be available. However, carpool is recommended as well.

In compliance with local public health policy, COVID protocols will be enforced to keep everyone safe.

*Proof of full vaccination plus ID to enter

*Temperature checks.

*Sign of release and waiver at check-in entrance.

*Social distancing required. You Can Distance and Still Be Social.

*Wearing your face covering is a MUST inside the clubhouse unless eating. Not outside, your choice!

Donations or sponsorships can be made online, click on the proper ticket, on-site at the event, or by mailing your check/money order payable to The Wellness Group. Mail to: The Wellness Group 8306 Wilshire Boulevard #730 - Beverly Hills, CA 90211-2304.

Thank you for your support! Donate $10 received a pink breast health awareness pin. Donate $20 or more choose from a cosmetic/jewelry bag, breast health awareness scarf or an inspirational CD. Donate $50 or more choose a pink wrap, makeup mirror or watch. Hurry, while supplies last! Email your gift choice to thewellnessgroup7@yahoo.com.

Questions, contact The Wellness Group by email at thewellnessgroup7@yahoo.com or call Michelle at (213) 407-0271.

To your health, 

Michelle Moore Bell                                                                                                                                The Wellness Group, Founding President

 

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Date and time

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The Wilfandel Clubhouse, In The Garden

3425 W. Adams Boulevard

Los Angeles, CA 90018

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The Wellness Group is a grassroots non-profit 501c (3) organization, whose focus is to promote breast health awareness to the underserved 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.

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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