County Hosts Events That Focuses On Women

Camden County’s 2015 Women’s Health Conference has been permanently moved to the spring and will be held this year on Saturday, May 2, from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. at Eastern Regional High School in Voorhees. Each year, more than 1,200 women attend the free all-day event, which includes a continental breakfast and box lunch, a keynote address and four sessions of workshops that range from Zumba dancing to cancer cures, financial independence to relationships, and much more.

WHC 2015 - FLYER - 4-7This year’s theme will be “Mothers and Daughters,” with a special workshop; the Women of Distinction Awards that highlight this relationship; and special prizes geared to mothers and daughters, including a deluxe spa and salon day for one lucky mother and daughter. In addition, this year’s keynote speaker is CBS 3 co-anchor, Jessica Dean.

“We present this free, all-day conference every year to ensure that information and health and well being is available to women, who traditionally take a role in their family’s health and well being,” said Freeholder Carmen Rodriguez, liaison to Camden County’s Health and Human Services Department. “We hope you join us for an educational and enjoyable, interactive day.”

Event sponsors currently include: Cooper Hospital, SNJ Business People, SJ Living Magazine, Kennedy Hospital Systems, TD Bank, McCarter & English, Deborah Hospital, SJ Radiology, The Courier-Post, Camden County Regional Chamber of Commerce, and CBS 3.

Online registration will be up on March 20. For more about the event, visit

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