The Harlan United Methodist Women will present All About You from 9 a.m.-2 p.m. Saturday, March 28.

Harlan United Methodist Church is located at 16434 SR 37, Harlan. This event is a fundraiser sponsored by Harlan UMW.

In a news release, the group described the event as “an enjoyable, educational day for men and women.” The event features speakers, vendors and lunch focused. Attendance is free.

Beginning at 9:30 a.m., Dennis A. Bennett will address “Life’s Planning,” handling all aspects of estate settlements. At 11 a.m., Amanda Hakes, Community Nurse navigator for Parkview Health, will speak about “Being Heart Smart,” managing stress and learning to control the controllable risk factors. At 12:30 p.m., Michelle Clayton Nestleroad, director of program operations at The Rescue Mission, will share “Freedom thru Faith of a Mustard Seed,” building faith as a survivor of abuse and addiction.

In addition to the educational presentations, the UMW will have Francine’s Friends on site. For more information and to schedule a mammogram call 260-483-1847 or 1-800-727-8439 (ext 68120).

There will be several vendors present including: Infinity Casket, Vault & Monument Co; Kingston Wellness Program; Trades of Hope; and Nancy Jewelry. A grab-n-go lunch will be available from 11 a.m.-1 p.m. Register for a free attendance door prize that includes a 3-month membership to Jackson R. Lehman Family YMCA. Or buy tickets for one of four baskets being raffled.

Guests may stay all day or drop in for specific segments of the program. “This is a day for taking care of you,” the church group said in a news release.

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