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Sidney Health Center Set To Host Another "Live It Up!" Event For Local Women


Sidney Health Center will host its annual “Live it up!” event for women on Monday, Sept 21 with a focus on stress relief and laughter. The program for the evening will be “The Funny Thing about Stress.”

Once again, the evening promises to be fun, educational and entertaining. The festivities will kick off at the Richland County Fair Event Center with a vendor fair at 5 p.m. featuring various independent distributors offering goods ranging from home décor to jewelry to gourmet food products. A light menu including appetizers, finger foods and refreshments will be served beginning at 6 p.m. followed by an entertaining, motivational presentation by guest speaker Kay Frances at 7 p.m.

Frances is a humorist speaker and author from Wilmington, OH who has shared her message to “lighten up, stress less and take care of ourselves” in 38 states and Canada over 25 years. She holds a master’s degree in business administration, a degree in physical education and a fourth degree black belt in karate. When it comes to humor, Kay is the “real deal” having performed as a professional stand-up comedian for many years and appearing on a number of national television and radio programs.

In this motivational and hilarious presentation, Kay offers a healthy dose of laughter that can be just what the doctor ordered! With her energetic, upbeat presentation, attendees laugh while they learn. This presentation is clean, funny and relatable to a wide spectrum of women. There is truly something for everyone.

To take part in this fun, educational program individuals must be at least 21 years of age. All “Live it up!” events are designed to empower women to live life to the fullest by encouraging them to care for themselves and the ones they love.

Tickets are available at SHC’s Caring Corner Gift Shop for $25 per ticket prior to the event and $30 at the door. Reserved tickets are also available for $150 for six tickets through the Marketing and Communications Department. Call today to reserve your table at 406 488-2595 or 488-2101.


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