Published on September 16th, 2014 | by Millennium Magazine Staff1
100 Black Women; “Healthy Selfie Wellness Forum”
Pictured above from left: Mary Miller McClellan, President, 100 Black Women, Dr. Linda Norton, Principal, North Kilbourne Elementary school, Vivian T. Coaxum, Program Chairperson
The National Coalition of 100 Black Women, Columbia Chapter, in collaboration with South Kilbourne Elementary School will host a “Healthy Selfie Wellness Forum” from 9:00AM -12:00PM, Saturday, September 27, 2014 at South Kilbourne Elementary School, 1400 South Kilbourne Avenue, Columbia, SC.
The Wellness Forum is a component of the 100 Black Women’s and the South Kilbourne Elementary School’s Women’s Empowerment Program (WEP) and Youth Empowerment Program (YEP) program, both were designed for the empowerment of women, girls and families of the Midlands.
Among the FREE services offered at the wellness forum are dental screenings, medication management, breast cancer information, dementia consultation, chiropractor medicine, practitioners’ information, life fitness, family practitioner’s information, HIV-AIDS free testing, voters registration, voters’ I.D. Pictures and much more. The public is invited to register to attend.
Registration for the event is available at (803) 738- 7215, office of Dr. Linda Norton, Principal of South Kilbourne Elementary School.
This is a family oriented event, where children are invited to attend with their parents. A professional childcare team will provide fun and youth empowerment activities for the youngsters while the parents attend the wellness forum.
The National Coalition of 100 Black Women, Inc., founded in 1970 in New York City, has garnered more than 59 Chapters nationwide. Its membership includes a diverse group of women, who are physicians, attorneys, educators, journalists, accountants, Municipal Court Judges, private entrepreneurs, university administrators, corporate managers and vice presidents, artists, media personalities, labor leaders, public relations specialists, consultants, and elected officials. This cross-section of dynamic, progressive women is reflective of the membership in each chapter of the coalition.
For additional Columbia (SC) Chapter information, please visit the group on Facebook or its website athttp://www.nc100bwcolumbiasc.org.
Submitted by Monica P. Butler