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Caregiver retreat at the Carterville Community Center

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CARTERVILLE, IL (KFVS) -

Are you an unpaid caregiver selflessly caring for a family member or friend? Do you need a break? Would you like to chat with other caregivers in similar situations? Then come to the Caregiver Retreat on Tuesday, September 29.

It will be from 10 a.m. until. 2 p.m. at the Carterville Community Center, 120 North Greenbriar Road.

The theme this year is ' Let's Stop and Smell the Roses!'

Come and get rejuvenated so you will be better equipped to care for others. 

Plenty of events are planned for the day. You will be able to enjoy a full day of learning, fun and relaxation while your loved one is being cared for. 

There is no charge for the events.

This event is provided by the Franklin/ Williamson Healthy Communities Coalition Healthy Seniors Team.

To attend you must register by September 23. Seating is limited, so register early by calling (618) 889-3729 or e-mail marketing@libertyvillageofmarion.com.

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