Healthy Woman: Lisa Smartt: ‘I Thought I Was a People Person ... Until I Started Working with People’
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The seventh anniversary of Healthy Woman, a resource of SkyRidge Medical Center, will take place Tuesday, Sept. 10, at Peerless Road Church with Lisa Smartt, author, as keynote speaker.

The anniversary will kick off with a Women’s Expo from 4:30 to 6:30 p.m. and Smartt will speak at 7 p.m., followed by door prizes.

Smartt’s presentation, “I thought I was a ‘People Person’ ... Until I started Working with People,” explores the question, “Why doesn’t everyone think like me?”

Sometimes it helps to laugh about our interaction with others while journeying toward solutions. This humorous presentation offers practical and pivotal life skills to turn our relationships in a more positive direction.

Ticket price of $15 will include admission to the expo, heavy hors d’oeuvres and presentation. Tickets must be purchased in advance by Monday, Aug. 26.

Attendees must have a ticket for admission and cannot be purchased at the door.

Tickets are available at SkyRidge Medical Center’s main campus cashier’s desk; Red Ribbon, Cleveland/Bradley Chamber of Commerce; and SkyRidge’s Outpatient Therapy desk at The Y.

Healthy Woman is a free community resource designed to empower women with the knowledge and confidence to make informed health care and well-being decisions for themselves and their loved ones.

Monthly events are held throughout the community during the year.

To become a member, visit www.skyridgemedicalcenter.net.

Partners include the Cleveland Daily Banner, Cherokee Pharmacy, Outland Travel, WCLE 104.1, Blush Magazine, Gastrointestinal Associates of Cleveland, Haskell Interiors, Ocoee OB/GYN Center for Women’s Health, Ocoee Regional Health Centers, Surgical Associates of Cleveland, P.C., The Plastic Surgery Clinic of Cleveland, Twin Rivers Medical Group and Voytik Center for Orthopedic Care.

Partnerships for the event are also available. For more information, call Ann Marie Brewer at 559-6904.