11 Feb Healthy Women of Unity kicks off with luncheon
The Unity Health Foundation recently held a kickoff luncheon for ladies of the area to learn and join the community’s newest women’s organization, “Healthy Women of Unity.”
Attendees were able to learn how to live health-centered throughout the new year with lessons from speakers including Judy Glenn, RN, of Unity Health Healthworks department, and Dr. Katherine Durham, Unity Health cardiologist.
A membership drive is taking place now until March 31; all women who join will receive a free shirt for becoming an inaugural member of Healthy Women of Unity. A mixer will be held from 4 to 6 p.m. Tuesday, March 13, at Robbins Sanford Grand Hall in Searcy, for those who want to learn more or join the group. Please RSVP to 501.278.3184.
Healthy Women of Unity is open to women of all ages who are advocates for Unity Health and want to support healthcare in the community.
Annual membership options include a standard membership, senior membership (65 and above), junior membership (24 and younger) and Unity Health associate and Auxiliary membership; all memberships are tax-deductible.
Members will be invited to special events throughout the year, centered on health education and designed to help women maintain a healthy mind, body and spirit. Members will also receive a periodic newsletter with information on how healthcare is being improved for the communities Unity Health serves.
The mission of Healthy Women of Unity is to empower women with the knowledge and confidence to make informed healthcare and well-being decisions for themselves and their loved ones. To become a member or learn more, visit unity-health.org/healthy-women-unity, call 501.278.3184 or email [email protected].