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Toastmasters to meet Saturday at NPMC

Hot Springs Toastmasters will hold its regular weekly club meeting at 8 a.m. Saturday at National Park Medical Center, 1910 Malvern Ave.

Toastmasters is a supportive, inexpensive way to learn speaking and leadership skills. Training resources for speechmaking are part of Toastmaster support available to members. Toastmasters International's materials and programs also offer leadership development. New members are offered mentoring, either assigned or a chosen match. Meeting roles rotate from one week to the next.

All former Toastmasters, as well as interested guests, are welcome. There is no charge to come see what the club is about. Meetings normally are one hour long. Visit https://7643.toastmastersclubs.org/ for contact information.

Amity Health Center director to address Supper Club

Dr. Kathy Irizarry, director of the Amity Health Center for lifestyle rehabilitation, will address the regular meeting of the Hot Springs Vegetarian Supper Club at 6:30 p.m. Monday at the Seventh-day Adventist Church Fellowship Hall, 401 Weston Road.

Irizarry's topic will be "Alzheimer's Reversed?"

"Statistics tell us that we all have at least a 50% chance of developing Alzheimer's by age 85. Others have a far greater risk. It has been considered universally fatal. Is there anything that can be done to prevent it? Might there be the possibility of reversing it?" a news release said.

"New information reveals that up to 90% of those diagnosed with this epidemic disease can be significantly relieved of their distressing symptoms."

The public is welcome to attend. Recipes will be made available, the meal is vegetarian potluck. "If it's your first time, be our guest," the release said. Call 501-318-4624 for more information.

Stalford to speak at November Morning Connection

Stonecroft speaker Ute Stalford will share her story at Hot Springs Village Morning Connection on Wednesday, Nov. 20, from 9:30-11 a.m. at Diamante Golf Club, 2000 Country Club Drive, Hot Springs Village.

Stalford, a national speaker, author and teacher, will "share her riveting journey toward freedom, beginning in a German internment camp," a news release said.

Alice Mitchell, the owner of Mosaic Madness, 1125 Malvern Ave. in Hot Springs, will also show ideas for creative glass projects at the Nov. 20 Morning Connection.

The Morning Connection welcomes all area women to enjoy an inspirational message, a fashion show, fellowship, and brunch buffet, which costs $15.

Call Anna Dunnam at 501-204-4453 or email hsvmornconn@gmail.com by noon on Saturday, Nov. 16, for reservations or cancellations. All reservations must be honored.

Find more information, search for Stonecroft Hot Springs Village Morning Connection on Facebook or visit https://hsvmorningconnection.wordpress.com.

NAACP to meet Saturday at Webb Center

The National Association for the Advancement of Colored People will meet and observe its 77th anniversary at 2 p.m. Saturday at the Webb Community Center 127 Pleasant St.

Colleen Atchley, executive assistant at Resort TV Cable, will address the branch on "The Availability of Jobs at Resort Television." The public is welcome to attend.

Society on 11/08/2019

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