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WH of Overland Park- "Why do we volunteer for stress?"
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WH of Overland Park- "Why do we volunteer for stress?"

6/3/2013

When: 6/3/2013
18:30
Where: St. Joseph Med Center
Community Center Auditorium
1000 Carondelet Drive
Kansas City, Missouri  64114
United States
Contact:
Kristen Seltman

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WH of Overland Park  

"Why do we volunteer for stress?" A creative lesson on stress management presented by Phil Hatterman, CEO of Corkscrew Agency.    

June 3, 2013

6:30pm-8:00pm

St Joseph Med Center

Community Center Auditorium

1000 Carondelet Drive

Kansas City, MO 64114

For more information, please contact Kristen Seltman at 913-220-1237.

 
 

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