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IF YOU MISSED HER AT CAMP MEETING, HERE’S YOUR CHANCE TO CATCH HER NOW!

Cited as the International Woman of the Year on several occasions, and recipient of the American Medal of Honor for Brain-Function Education (2002), Dr. Arlene Taylor says she loves to share information that can help people use their brains more effectively. And she will be doing this in a lively and witty manner at the Penticton Seventh-day Adventist church on March 28-30.

Dr. Taylor, whose father encouraged her to expand her mind by memorizing Bible texts, earned doctorates in Health and Human Services and in Clinical Counseling.

She has life membership in the National Registry of Who’s Who - 2000 edition, and lists with Professional Speakers Bureau International.

The diminutive senior says she plans to go on working until she is 100, and then enjoy 20 years of retirement.

With the Penticton Seventh-day Adventist church hosting this acclaimed speaker, the presentations will be done as a community service, and all are welcome to attend.

The weekend schedule is as follows:

Friday, 7-9 pm: Cellular Memory – Past, Present, Future and Upshift, Downshift, and About Shift – Be Anxious About Nothing

Sabbath, 11 am: The Physiology of Forgiveness: How Big is Your Cemetery?

2-4 pm: Communication Secrets and Communication Mysteries

7-8 pm: The Brain and Laughter

Sunday, 2-4 pm: Self Care in Times of Stress and Gender Differences in Hearing and Vision Style.

Continuing education credits are available for those in health care or counseling fields.

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