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Women get possible life saving screenings

By Wainwright Jeffers - bio | email

TIFTON, GA (WALB) – More than 1,000 women got the opportunity to get possible life saving screenings, and hear from a New York Times best selling author From South Georgia.

Tift Regional Medical Center hosted its twelfth Annual Women's Event this morning.

TRMC provided the screenings, vendors were also on had with a wealth of information.

The key note speaker was Fitzgerald native Frances Mayes, best know for her book Under the Tuscan Sun, which was adopted into a motion picture.

"This is part of TRMC mission to provide and strengthen the health and wellness of the community by providing health information, and access to screenings," said Chris Efaw, Outreach and Development Director.

The Women's Event was free. Mayes was on hand to sign her new book Every Day in Tuscany.

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