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Women's Forum with Rep. Jim Marshall

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BEAVER FALLS – Rep. Jim Marshall (R-Big Beaver) is sponsoring a women’s forum on Friday, April 27 at Geneva College’s Skye Lounge in Beaver Falls.  The event will run from 2 p.m. to 6 p.m.  Admission is free.

“I’m looking forward to this event providing important resources for local women and their families,” Marshall said.  “We’ll have many free health, education and safety resources available at this event.”

The legislator also noted that light refreshments will be available.

Some of the exhibitors who will be participating in Marshall’s forum include:

Beaver Falls Fire Department (offering free blood pressure checks)
Apple Occupational Health Systems (offering free vision screenings)
Beaver Falls Police Department (offering important safety resources)
Heritage Valley Health System (offering heel screening and breast health information)
Cribs for Kids
Neighborhood Legal Services
Women’s Center of Beaver County
Beaver County office on Aging
Geneva College
Dr. Gump Chiropractic Services
Penn State Beaver
The Beaver Valley Medical Center
CONTACT Beaver Valley
Beaver County Department of Health
One to One citizen advocacy

For additional information on this event, contact Marshall’s office at 724-847-1352 or log onto RepMarshall.com.


 

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