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May 2018

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The Wayne WOMAN magazine Expo will offer live cooking demonstrations, interactive booths, boutiques, home decor information and much more. Visitors can shop and also pamper and treat themselves at the event. It will take place May 5 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the Maxwell Center. "Wayne WOMAN Expo hopes to bring together the very best in shop- ping, beauty, health and wellness, nutri- tion, healthy foods, fitness, home decor, home and garden available in and around Wayne County," said Kena Blain, associate publisher for Wayne WOMAN magazine. "We hope that women take away from this expo a relaxing day of shopping, fun and getting to know businesses, big and small, in Wayne County, along with some educational tips on health care for them- selves and their families." The first 50 women who register for the women's health discussion at 8:30 a.m. will receive a continental breakfast at 8 a.m., discussion at 8:30 a.m. and Swag bags before going in to shop 30 minutes early. One vendor at the expo will be Wayne UNC Health Care, partnering with Wayne Woman magazine to host the event. "The event is designed to give women an opportunity to learn about topics ranging from fashion trends to healthy living," said Melissa Shay, vice pres- ent of strategy and business development with Wayne UNC Health Care. Wayne UNC will have several booths that will provide attendees an opportunity to learn about the importance of taking care of them- selves. There will also be free health screenings by Wayne UNC nurses. "By helping women understand their numbers, we hope to encourage and support them in their efforts toward a healthy lifestyle," Shay said. "This may include changes in diet, starting an exercise routine or scheduling annual visits and screenings with their primary care phy- sician."Tickets are $5 in advance and $8 at the door. For more information about the expo, follow Wayne WOMAN on Facebook. Melissa Smith with UNC Family Medicine at Pikeville and Regina Gurley with UNC Psy- chiatry at Goldsboro will talk about women's health and the effects of stress. Wayne UNC will have sever- al booths that will provide attend- ees an opportunity to learn about the importance of taking care of themselves. There will also be free health screen- ings by Wayne UNC nurses. WOMAN W W Wn For the ladies "Wayne WOMan expO hOpes tO bring tOgether the very best in shOpping, beauty, health and Wellness, nutritiOn, healthy fOOds, fitness, hOMe decOr, hOMe and garden available in and arOund Wayne cOunty," Kena Blain Associate publisher of Wayne WOMAN magazine Regina guRley UNC Physchiatry at Melissa sMith UNC Family Medicine at Pikeville A HeAltHy Discussion Wayne WOMAN Magazine Expo will offer the ultimate shopping experience — featuring cooking demonstrations, interactive booths, boutiques, home decor and information on women's health. 10 By Becky Barclay

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