On Tuesday, May 13, Parkview LaGrange Seniors Club members will have an opportunity to learn about the many resources available to those who are living with a cancer diagnosis. The program will be held in Parkview LaGrange Hospital’s Terrace Café.
Participants will learn the difference between moles and various forms of skin cancer, a type of cancer that is especially common in older adults.
Debi Kennedy, community outreach coordinator for Parkview’s Comprehensive Cancer Center, will share insights about prevention and screening guidelines for men and women.
At 4:30 p.m., there will be a free blood pressure screening for Parkview LaGrange Seniors Club members followed by a presentation on Cancer Resources for Seniors at 5:30 p.m.
Senior Club members can enjoy a dinner for a small fee upon presentation of their membership card.
For more information about the Parkview LaGrange Senior Club, call (260) 463-9009.
The evening’s program is also open to the general public on a space available basis.