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April 6th, 2010 HCCC MEETING NOTICE Childhood Obesity in Collin County
Healthcare Committee of Collin County

March, 2010

Tuesday, April 6th at 7:00pm -

At Harrington Library - 1501 18th Street, Plano


The next Healthcare Committee of Collin County meeting will be on Tuesday, April 6th at 7pm at Harrington Library(. Our meeting topic will be “Childhood Obesity”. It is getting well deserved attention lately. We will have some great presenters to share with you information and programs that will benefit our community.

Speaker Panel:


Raymond Bisesi, D.C., C.F.N., C.P.T. – School meal program alternative (Miracle in Wisconsin)

Tajana Mesic – Jr. League of Plano, Community Garden

Nicole Wright – Jr. League of Plano, “Kids in the Kitchen”




Mark your calendars, you will want to find out the latest and join in this important health initiative.


Please RSVP by checking the appropriate response below and replying to this e-mail.

[ ] Yes, I will be there.

[ ] Yes, and I will be bringing the following guests: ______________________________________________________

[ ] No, I will not be attending this meeting,. Please let me know what happened.

The Healthcare Committee of Collin County is a nonpartisan grassroots organization focused on ensuring adequate healthcare for all residents of Collin County. The purpose of the Committee is to encourage members and others to be educated on all aspects of healthcare as it pertains to Collin County residents. All are welcome.


Interested in support HCCC by joining?


To help support and be active in HCCC, please download the attached HCCC Contact Information Form, complete and forward a check for $10.00 for HCCC 2010 dues and mail to the address provded at the bottom of the form.

Healthcare Committee of Collin County Leadership Team

Additional information:
Marge Langteau - 214.505.9586 -
Bob Martin - 972.365.6923 -


Please do not forget to RSVP

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