This quarterly series features area medical and health professionals presenting current topics relevant to breast cancer survivors. All of the sessions are free of charge to breast cancer survivors and a guest, as well as area medical and health professionals and students. A reservation is required and a light dinner is provided.
All of the dinner programs are held at the
North River Civic Center
1009 Executive Dr, Ste 102
(behind Northgate mall, between the Post Office and the Library).
2018 Dates, made possible by the Lillian L. Colby Foundation:
March 1, 5:30pm - Judith Pedersen-Benn; MS, CADC, CHT: "Why Would I Want to Join a Support Group?"
June 7, 5:30pm - Chef Lee Cureton: "Nutrition for Survivors": Lee Cureton is the chef and owner of her company Culinary Creations Catering, serving the Chattanooga and Tri-State area for the past ten years. While the saying, "Never trust a skinny chef" may hold true in some instances, Lee's life-long love of physical activity and attention to nutrition and health counter-balances her appreciation of filet mignon, pastry, and chocolate…at least most of the time. She grows her own garden, and uses fresh, local ingredients whenever possible. The culinary arts allow Lee to combine her passion for fitness, food, and fun. Chef Lee will share tips for keeping your diet both nutritious and delicious!
2016 was made possible by Unum
2015 was made possible by Unum
2014 was made possible by The Benwood Foundation