The 3rd Annual Glendora Women’s Wellness Expo returns to the Bidwell Forum at the Glendora Library Saturday, October 14th, 2017 from 9:00AM to 1:30PM to educate and enrich your Mind, Body and Spirit.
This year’s Expo is brought to you by the Glendora Chamber of Commerce along with this year’s event sponsors Glendora Community Hospital and The City of Hope. The lineup features wellness presentations, health screenings, safety demonstrations, presentation on understanding Alzheimer’s, Cancer Prevention and Awareness, Shopping/Information Vendors and much more.
Expo attendees will be welcomed by Glendora’s new Chief of Police Lisa G. Rosales who was chosen this summer to be the first female Police Chief for the City of Glendora in the Glendora Police Departments 106-year history. Chief Rosales has 30 years of law enforcement experience and is a former Glendora resident of 19 years. Chief Rosales served with the Pasadena Police Department from 1987 to 2014 before being selected to head the San Pablo Police Department in 2014.
The Keynote Speaker for the Expo will be ABC7 Eyewitness News Nutrition & Fitness Reporter Lori Corbin. Lori has a Bachelor of Science degree in nutrition along with certifications in personal training and group exercise and is a member of the American Council on Exercise, as well as the American College of Sports Medicine.
Speakers for the event will be Stuart Haskin of Get Safe with his talk on Embracing your Life and Friendships Safely -Dating, travel, communication, environmental and situational awareness; Diana Rudulph, M.A. of Azusa Pacific University will speak on Natural Solutions for Physical & Emotional Wellness; Dr. Nageswara Guntupalli of Glendora Community Hospital will present his topic Understanding Alzheimer’s; and Stacey O’Byrne of Pivot Point Advantage will speak on the Psychology of Success, The Mind Body Connection.
The Expo will also feature a panel discussion by Kristin Venegas of Nutrishop (Social Media and Self Image – Strong Not Skinny!), Patricia Apodaca of Select Medical (Living Great at 98), Sandra Abarca of Planned Parenthood Pasadena & San Gabriel Valley (Paps, Breasts, and Hot Flashes: A cancer and menopause chat), and Justin Garcia of The Giving Tree Tai Ci and Cultural Center (The Health Benefits of Learning to be Still).
Between each presentation attendees will be able to visit vendor booths at the Bidwell Forum for information, demonstrations and health screening provided by local professionals and organizations along with chances to win prizes.
The Glendora Women’s Wellness Expo will run 9:00AM to 1:30PM. Admission is $12. For more information and tickets please visit GlendoraWomensWellnessExpo.com or call Michele Street, Glendora Chamber Events Coordinator at (626) 963-4128.