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SHE Expo back with more than 45 vendors
Tremble
Pennye Tremble tries out a Brain Tap guided meditation from New Life Chiropractic during the SHE Women's Health Expo at Ogeechee Technical College on Aug. 14.

 More than 45 exhibitors were on hand during this year's SHE  Women's Expo, held at The Venues at Ogeechee Technical College last Saturday. Last year's event was cacelled due to concerns with COVID-19.

The free event brings together area medical professionals, health care companies, beauty specialists,  and business and civic clubs with women from all over the area. 

The experts offered various services such as  free samples, demonstrations, makeovers and health information. In addition, there were free health screenings by East Georgia Regional Medical Center and other health professionals, including blood pressure and vision screenings, and stroke assessment and screenings.

The event, in its second year, also included break-out sessions in beginner's yoga, CPR basics, stroke awareness and prevention, exercise and nutrition. 

The event was presented by the Statesboro Herald, with title sponsor East Georgia Regional Medical Center. Platinum sponsor was Southern OB/GYN, and Silver sponsors were McCook's Pharmacy and Statesboro Urgent Care. 

Owens and Sapp
Mellissa Owens, right, and Reese Sapp strategize as they decide what booth to visit next. Visitors were given BINGO cards and received marks when they visited a new booth.
McKnight and Parks
Heather McKnight and Jackie Parks pose for a photo to remember their experience at the event, which offered ways for women to connect, and learn more about their health and wellness.
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