Women’s Expo hosted Thursday evening


Linda Allmon, left, of Sedalia, receives a sample from Shelby Wheatley, of Higginsville, at the Wine Drizzle booth at Thursday’s Women’s Health Expo hosted at State Fair Community College. Allmon said she came to hear speaker Nancey Dove, a Green Ridge mother of four and a breast cancer survivor, give her presentation. The event, in its fourth year, had 46 vendors present and is sponsored by Bothwell Regional Health Center, Sedalia Area Chamber of Commerce and SFCC.


Vendors Lori Copass, seated left, and Elisa Gurrola, with Jewelry In Candles, talk with Sedalia residents Carol Akerman, right, and Joyce Monroe about their products at the Women’s Health Expo Thursday evening. The event featured not only vendor booths but also a fashion show and special speakers.


Sedalia Area Chamber of Commerce Office Assistant Debra Andresen said the Women’s Health Expo featured vendors such as the Pettis County Health Department, BRHC, Anytime Fitness, hair salons and spas, insurance companies, Sam’s Club and much more. The event was hosted in the Thompson Conference Center inside the Heckart Science and Allied Health Center at SFCC.


Linda Allmon, left, of Sedalia, receives a sample from Shelby Wheatley, of Higginsville, at the Wine Drizzle booth at Thursday’s Women’s Health Expo hosted at State Fair Community College. Allmon said she came to hear speaker Nancey Dove, a Green Ridge mother of four and a breast cancer survivor, give her presentation. The event, in its fourth year, had 46 vendors present and is sponsored by Bothwell Regional Health Center, Sedalia Area Chamber of Commerce and SFCC.
http://sedaliademocrat.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/07/web1_TSD071715WomensExpo-11.jpgLinda Allmon, left, of Sedalia, receives a sample from Shelby Wheatley, of Higginsville, at the Wine Drizzle booth at Thursday’s Women’s Health Expo hosted at State Fair Community College. Allmon said she came to hear speaker Nancey Dove, a Green Ridge mother of four and a breast cancer survivor, give her presentation. The event, in its fourth year, had 46 vendors present and is sponsored by Bothwell Regional Health Center, Sedalia Area Chamber of Commerce and SFCC.

Vendors Lori Copass, seated left, and Elisa Gurrola, with Jewelry In Candles, talk with Sedalia residents Carol Akerman, right, and Joyce Monroe about their products at the Women’s Health Expo Thursday evening. The event featured not only vendor booths but also a fashion show and special speakers.
http://sedaliademocrat.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/07/web1_TSD071715WomensExpo-21.jpgVendors Lori Copass, seated left, and Elisa Gurrola, with Jewelry In Candles, talk with Sedalia residents Carol Akerman, right, and Joyce Monroe about their products at the Women’s Health Expo Thursday evening. The event featured not only vendor booths but also a fashion show and special speakers.

Sedalia Area Chamber of Commerce Office Assistant Debra Andresen said the Women’s Health Expo featured vendors such as the Pettis County Health Department, BRHC, Anytime Fitness, hair salons and spas, insurance companies, Sam’s Club and much more. The event was hosted in the Thompson Conference Center inside the Heckart Science and Allied Health Center at SFCC.
http://sedaliademocrat.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/07/web1_TSD071715WomesExpo-31.jpgSedalia Area Chamber of Commerce Office Assistant Debra Andresen said the Women’s Health Expo featured vendors such as the Pettis County Health Department, BRHC, Anytime Fitness, hair salons and spas, insurance companies, Sam’s Club and much more. The event was hosted in the Thompson Conference Center inside the Heckart Science and Allied Health Center at SFCC.

Linda Allmon, left, of Sedalia, receives a sample from Shelby Wheatley, of Higginsville, at the Wine Drizzle booth at Thursday’s Women’s Health Expo hosted at State Fair Community College. Allmon said she came to hear speaker Nancey Dove, a Green Ridge mother of four and a breast cancer survivor, give her presentation. The event, in its fourth year, had 46 vendors present and is sponsored by Bothwell Regional Health Center, Sedalia Area Chamber of Commerce and SFCC.

Vendors Lori Copass, seated left, and Elisa Gurrola, with Jewelry In Candles, talk with Sedalia residents Carol Akerman, right, and Joyce Monroe about their products at the Women’s Health Expo Thursday evening. The event featured not only vendor booths but also a fashion show and special speakers.

Sedalia Area Chamber of Commerce Office Assistant Debra Andresen said the Women’s Health Expo featured vendors such as the Pettis County Health Department, BRHC, Anytime Fitness, hair salons and spas, insurance companies, Sam’s Club and much more. The event was hosted in the Thompson Conference Center inside the Heckart Science and Allied Health Center at SFCC.

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