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Paralympian to speak here

Eat-Play-Love (formerly the Women and Wellness Saturday Event) is being held Saturday, April 2 from 8 to 11 a.m. at the Broadway Ballroom in Alexandria beginning at 7:30 a.m. with registration.

Eat-Play-Love (formerly the Women and Wellness Saturday Event) is being held Saturday, April 2 from 8 to 11 a.m. at the Broadway Ballroom in Alexandria beginning at 7:30 a.m. with registration.

This event will feature Judy Siegle, a two-time paralympian and author from Fargo, ND. Her keynote, entitled "10 Keys to Unlock Your Unlimited Potential," will describe her goal process when her dream of playing college basketball was shattered by a car crash that left her with a broken neck and facing life in a wheelchair.

In Living Without Limits, Siegle relates her story of intense rehabilitation and years of hard work to achieve her goals of becoming a paralympian.

There will also be breakout sessions featuring such choices as Gourmet Healthy, Chocolate and Wine, Tea Gardens and Zumba, plus a morning brunch.

This is a chance for women to spend some time together as we make time for wellness as well as some participatory experiences.

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To register, contact the Alexandria Technical and Community College at www.alextech.edu/en/BusinessCommunity/CustomizedTraining/Home.aspx or phone (320) 762-4510 or 1-888-234-1313.

Registration deadline is March 25.

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