Women’s Health Conference Registration Ends Wednesday, April 5

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Each year, the Camden County Freeholder Board sponsors the annual Women’s Health Conference. This year, the day-long conference will be held on Saturday, April 8, from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m., at Eastern Regional High School, 1401 Laurel Oak Road in Voorhees. The free event will feature more than 60 workshops scheduled over four workshop sessions, 150 exhibitors and great door prizes.

Online Registration will end tomorrow, Wednesday, April 5th.  Walk ups are welcome the day of the event but many workshops may be closed.  To register online, visit www.camdencounty.com/WHC2017.


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“Women love attending and often bring friends and family,” said Freeholder Carmen Rodriguez, liaison to the Camden County Department of Health which organizes the event.  “Camden County’s Department of Health and Human Services does an excellent job of finding the best experts on a wide variety of topics to present workshops as they plan for a successful day for everyone. It is always a great day of knowledge, fitness and fun. It is a day for women to both educate and enjoy themselves.”

Experts from around the region will lead interactive workshops on health; nutrition and exercise; family; mind, body and spirit; and, professional and financial wellness. The day’s activities will also include a health and wellness exhibitor fair, keynote speaker Dr. Generosa Grana, Director of MD Anderson Cancer Center at Cooper University Health Care, continental breakfast, lunch, giveaways and much more. 

“There is something for everyone at this year’s Women’s Health Conference from Latin dancing and developing healthy habits to creating a family budget or starting your own business,” Rodriguez said. “I hope that you will come and join us for a day that will inform you, energize you and leave you healthy and smiling.”

To register, please visit www.camdencounty.com/WHC2017. For questions about registering, please call 856-216-2119.

“More than 1,200 women attend this free event each year, so make sure to register early to get first pick of all the workshops you want to attend and to pre-register for free onsite childcare,” Rodriguez said.