Hospital Community Educator to Partipate in Women's Empowerment Seminar

Dawn Denton, community education manager at Atlantic General Hospital, will be one of six presenters at a women’s seminar scheduled for Saturday, May 3, 2008.

The Maryland Women’s Heritage Center and Verizon Wireless, in partnership with Maryland Commission for Women, the Domestic Violence/Sexual Assault Prevention Coalitions of Worcester, Wicomico and Somerset Counties and Life Crisis Center of the Lower Eastern Shore will host “Invest in Yourself; An Empowerment Seminar for Women” from 9 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. on May 3 at the Workforce Development Center, Wor-Wic Community College, in Salisbury.

The seminar will provide information relating to job readiness skills, including how to compose a resume, preparing for an interview, searching for employment opportunities via the internet; dressing for success; financial literacy; and women’s health and fitness.

Denton will specifically address the importance of taking care of the body through proper diet, exercise and stress management. She will explain how each plays a role in every woman’s wellbeing and give practical examples of how to make them part of every-day life.

A complimentary buffet luncheon will be provided. Childcare services for children ages three to 12 will be provided for attendees, courtesy of Wor-Wic Community College Child Development Program staff. Pre-registration is required. Contact Linda Busick at 410-641-5873 to register for the seminar and childcare services.
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