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CMH to host second annual Galentine’s Night online in February

Citizens Memorial Hospital will host the second annual Galentine’s Night online in February.

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Contacts:

Tamera Heitz-Peek
417-328-7245
theitz@citizensmemorial.com

“Galentine’s Night is dedicated to improving the health and wellness in women and taking time for self-care,” says Wren Hall, director of community relations. “Most women tend to focus on everyone else first and have a hard time making themselves a priority, especially over these last several months.”

While last year’s evening hosted hundreds of women who enjoyed CMH booths, cooking demonstrations, drinks, appetizers and door prizes in-person at the hospital, the 2021 event will arrive in a box with links to attend online.

“Our event in February was a huge success. We want women to start 2021 by putting themselves at the top of the to-do list,” Hall says. “When ladies register for the event, they’ll receive a CMH Galentine’s Night box in the mail complete with instructions, goodies and recipes for a safe-at-home event. A link will be included to visit CMH booths ‘virtually,’ receive more goodies and be registered for prizes. We can’t wait to gather for events again, but in the meantime we’re excited to connect with area women in this fun and unique way.”

For more information and to register, go to https://bit.ly/35dJq8v or call the CMH Information Center at 417-328-6010 or 888-328-6010. Registration is limited.

January 07, 2021

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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

CMH to host second annual Galentine’s Night online in February

Citizens Memorial Hospital will host the second annual Galentine’s Night online in February.

“Galentine’s Night is dedicated to improving the health and wellness in women and taking time for self-care,” says Wren Hall, director of community relations. “Most women tend to focus on everyone else first and have a hard time making themselves a priority, especially over these last several months.”

While last year’s evening hosted hundreds of women who enjoyed CMH booths, cooking demonstrations, drinks, appetizers and door prizes in-person at the hospital, the 2021 event will arrive in a box with links to attend online.

“Our event in February was a huge success. We want women to start 2021 by putting themselves at the top of the to-do list,” Hall says. “When ladies register for the event, they’ll receive a CMH Galentine’s Night box in the mail complete with instructions, goodies and recipes for a safe-at-home event. A link will be included to visit CMH booths ‘virtually,’ receive more goodies and be registered for prizes. We can’t wait to gather for events again, but in the meantime we’re excited to connect with area women in this fun and unique way.”

For more information and to register, go to https://bit.ly/35dJq8v or call the CMH Information Center at 417-328-6010 or 888-328-6010. Registration is limited.