Open Arms for Alpha 1 support group meeting


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Press release submitted by Deb Burwell Jackie English


March 9. 2013
Time: 11:00-2:00

Genesis Hospital Illini Campas, Larson Center Building

855 Illini Drive
Silvis, Il. 61282
Room A

Just a FYI, The Larson Center is located just to the East of the Hospital. It is written in big letters on the building.

Speaker: To Be Anounced. We will also be having time for everyone who wants to share thier Alpha 1 Story or share any information they have. We will also share all the great information that we have from the Alpha 1 Association for the 50th Anniversary of Alpha 1.

The meeting is being sponsored by Coram and lunch will be provided.

Please RSVP by 03/07/13 to Deb Burwell 815-875-7315 or Jackie English 309-507-2253


Deb and Jackie
Support Group Leaders
openarmsforalpha1@gmail.com

Cathey Horsak
Dir. of Community Programs and Outreach
877-346-3212
chorsack@alpha1.org





















 



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