Attend a free informative session
11:30 a.m. – Curtis Wolf, Kansas Wetlands Education Center
The basics of bird watching, including what to look for, binocular use and field guide use. There will also be an interactive part where participants will be able to put their skills to the test.
Noon – Melanie Schroeter, University of Kansas Health System Great Bend Campus
Discussion of dizziness, balance and vestibular.
12:30 p.m. – Berny Unruh, Great Bend-based family and consumer wellness agent for the Cottonwood Extension District
Getting organized and reducing stress as part of a healthier lifestyle.
1 p.m. – Kristian Pearson, the Center for Counseling and Consultation
What is mental health first aid?
1:30 p.m. – Dr. Mark Fesen, Central Care Cancer Center
Lung cancer and smoking cessation.
2 p.m. – Barry Bowers, Spectrum CPA Partners
Discussion of social security, the income limitations, income tax issues and other considerations. Social Security has a lot of rules. Know some of the basics to ask the correct questions.
2:30 p.m. – Pharmacist Preston Moore, Hyatt Life Sciences of Sterling
Overview of the company, dietary supplements and Afaya, a mixture of black calla lily and other extracts used as an herbal treatment.
3 p.m. – Dr. Sam Beugelsdijk, Beugelsdijk Chiropractic
Utilizing the iTrack chair for treating neck problems by realigning the neck’s natural curvature through a series of traction treatments.