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Seven reasons to attend Calumet Medical Center’s Night for Women event

womenOn Monday, Sept. 30 from 6 – 9:30 p.m., Calumet Medical Center will host its 11th annual Night for Women event with guest speaker Wisconsin Lt. Gov. Rebecca Kleefisch.

Rebecca will speak about her battle with colon cancer and share her story about prevention, detection, career, motherhood and everyday life. Affinity Medical Group general surgeon Dr. Peter Janu will also speak about colon cancer and the technological advancements available at Calumet Medical Center.

Here are seven reasons why you should attend the event:

  1. To hear Lt. Gov. Rebecca Kleefisch’s story about her battle with colon cancer and have the opportunity to meet her
  2. To meet general surgeon Dr. Peter Janu and ask him questions regarding treatment options at Calumet Medical Center
  3. To have a chance to win a door prize and to receive the surprise in the goodie bags all attendees receive
  4. To enjoy a fun-filled and educational night out with other women
  5. To learn what some of the newer businesses and organizations in the area have to offer
  6. To snack from the free dessert and coffee bar
  7. To meet and greet with Calumet Medical Center’s two new providers, Jill Schaback, APNP and Jessica Jannette, ANP-BC

This is a great opportunity to get to know Wisconsin’s Lt. Governor on a more personal level, and gain some knowledge about prevention and detection tips for colon cancer. Being educated on this topic and knowing the resources available in your community is something you don’t want to miss out on. Bring your mothers, daughters, sisters or friends and enjoy an educational night out with other women!

The registration cost is $10. You can register online at: www.affinityhealth.org/nightforwomen or call Affinity NurseDirect at 1-800-362-9900. The event will be held at Chilton High School in the Engler Center for the Performing Arts building. Registration starts at 5:30 p.m.

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