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Enjoy a FREE lunch as we engage in a thought-provoking conversation and get real about diabetes. Get expert opinions and facts from leading medical specialists, hear personal stories, and learn ways to prevent diabetes and maintain a healthy lifestyle.


Saturday, November 5, 2022

12:00 pm - 4:00 pm


Southeast Community Center

(Located in the Library entrance at the Global Mall)

5260 Hickory Hollow Pkwy, UNIT 202

Antioch, TN 37013

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Panel Discussion FREE Health Screenings Community Resources Product Samples & Goody Bags

Hear from the Experts

Hear from leading experts and engage in a thought-provoking, life changing conversation.

Get expert opinions, learn your numbers and risk factors to prevent diabetes and maintain a healthy lifestyle.

FREE Health Screenings

Health screenings are an important part of maintaining good health, especially as you get older. Many deaths could be prevented if people got simple, regular health screenings as recommended by their doctor. The Chi Eta Phi Nursing Sorority, Inc. along with other medical specialists will be available to provide free health screenings to help you get on track to building and maintaining a healthy lifestyle.

Did You Know?

Did you know that Chi Eta Phi Nursing Sorority is a professional organization of registered nurses and nursing students that was founded by Aliene C. Ewell, RN. She organized the Sorority on October 16, 1932 with the assistance of 11 other courageous registered nurses. The charter chapter, Alpha, was organized at Freedman’s Hospital in Washington D.C. to elevate the plane of nursing and to increase interest in the field of nursing. The graduate and undergraduate (Beta) chapters are grouped into five regions according to geographic areas. The chapters are located throughout the United States, District of Columbia and St. Thomas, U.S. Virgin Island and comprise mainly nurses of color. Guided by the motto “Service for Humanity.” The Sorority has programs focusing on health promotion/disease prevention, leadership development, mentoring, recruitment, retention, and scholarships. To learn more Click Here