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ADD/ADHD Alternative Treatment Support Group
Ongoing on the 12th of each Month.

Focuses on education, exercise and nutrition. Children welcome. Cost: $5/adults. To make a reservation call 356-5197 or infoline@4naturalwellness.com.
Times:7pm
Where:Entrepreneur Business Center

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Born April 5th
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