Madison hosting ‘Health’ luncheon
MADISON — A Healthy, Wealthy and Wise luncheon here aims to inform with helpful tips on how to stay healthy and remain stable economically.
Amy Cummins, director of Community Partners with the city of Madison, said the luncheon is a new event and hopes it will be a way to bring people together not only a networking opportunity, but also to learn ways to be healthy, wealthy and wise.
“The Healthy, Wealthy and Wise luncheon is promoting health and wellness through local businesses while also educating the community by giving them local resources,” Cummins said. “We hope to make this a quarterly luncheon with different topics each time as a way to give the community something to think about and make them aware of things they should know.”
The event is on Feb. 28 from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the Madison Square Center for the Arts, 2103 Main Street, behind the Red Caboose. Cummins said the event is free, but requires a reservation to attend.
To reserve a spot, call the Community Partners office at (601) 856-7060.
The luncheon includes four speakers: Dr. Michael Walker from NewCareMD with benefits of direct primary care; Kim Brown from Vitality Counseling on maintaining stress at work, home, and in your personal life; Kelly Kyle from Kyle Winn and Associates on estate planning; and Lisa Valadie, community educator for the Madison Fire Department, will demonstrate CPR techniques and discuss safety awareness.
For more information, contact Cummins at (601) 856-7060.