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January 09, 2009

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Marilyn Kvasnok

Thanks for a well written blog. I enjoyed browsing thru it.

I love how the Internet brings us all together. But, unless I'm willing to drop everything and hop a plane, some things are beyond reach. This sounds like an interesting event. Wish it was local.

I'm a baby boomer interested in a healthy lifestyle and living green. I found your blog listed at http://blog.mrmedsaver.com . Thought you'd like to know how I got here.

~Marilyn

Liz

Hi Rita and Marilyn,

I'd like to share information with you about an upcoming seminar that you can attend from anywhere! Next week, a teleseminar titled “Get Smart about Digestive Health,” from the National Association of Baby Boomer Women (NABBW) will be taking place and you and your blog readers can participate FREE of charge. Simply click the link below the press release to register. I’d love for you to pass this information on to your blog community if you think it would be a good fit.

Please don’t hesitate to contact me with any questions.

Thank you,
Liz

‘Baby Boomers Get Smart about Digestive Health’


The National Association of Baby Boomer Women (NABBW), the only association devoted to addressing issues concerning the 38-million boomer women demographic, announces its first 2009 teleseminar, “Get Smart about Digestive Health.” The teleseminar is scheduled for Wednesday, January 21, 2009 at 3:00 pm EST, and as a service to Baby Boomers everywhere, this teleseminar is open to the public.
Carolyn O’Neil, MS, RD, a registered dietitian, award-winning food and health journalist, and co-author of, “The Dish on Eating Healthy and Being Fabulous,” will discuss topics such as a comparison of products on the market today that tout digestive benefits, how getting adequate fluid on a daily basis is important for optimal digestive health, and how functional foods do more for your body than just provide basic nutrients. There will also be a discussion about the common misconceptions about fiber and constipation.

To participate in the FREE teleseminar, please register at http://nabbw.com/teleseminar_list.php.


Telephone Number: 712-580-7706
Conference Code: 4825560


Liz Conant
Fleishman-Hillard Sacramento
300 Capitol Mall, Suite 1100
Sacramento, CA 95814
Office direct: 916-492-5333
Office fax: 916-441-7622

robin@robinraskin.com

Rita,
Thanks so much for th coverage. I'm hoping you can join us next year. Click on www.Silverssummit.org to watch videos (give it a few days) and to register for next year.

Nice takking to you,
Robin

Rita

Hi Robin,

It was fun to cover the Silvers Summit.

I may be able to attend next year, depending on my schedule and other factors.

Rita

P.S. Could you send me some photos to post on my blogs about the summit?

Rita

Hi Marilyn,

Thanks for leaving a comment and for the compliment on my blog.

Thanks for telling me about your interest in a healthy lifestyle and living green.

These are topics I write about often, so I hope you'll stop by again.

Rita

Las Vegas Hotel

The last time I was in Vegas, I missed it. Isn't it every January? I'm coming at Christmas time. I booked already via ECT. Does anyone know if it will be held again?

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