Reach Health And Wellness Chiropractic And Morning Pointe Of Collegedale At Greenbriar Cove Hold Ladies Christmas Extravaganza

Tuesday, December 12, 2017

Reach Health and Wellness Chiropractic and Morning Pointe of Collegedale at Greenbriar Cove hosted the, “Ladies Christmas Extravaganza,” event this past Sunday. The event was held at the Morning Pointe assisted living community.

The event got together local businesses to provide a family friendly and unique Christmas shopping experience for attendees and the residents of Morning Pointe. An additional goal to the event was to help support the Samaritan Center’s Toy Drive.

Businesses like The Spice and Tea Exchange, Young Living essential oils, and Dr. Ryan Lee of Reach Health and Wellness Chiropractic, gave health and wellness tips on how to stay healthy during the holidays and for the new year. The Barn Door Boutique of Cambridge Square, put on a fashion show which was a hit for attendees as well as the Morning Pointe residents alike. The event also boasted a book signing for local author, Lauren Brown, and her new book, “Behind the Pines.”

Under the organization of Dr. Lee, in addition to the vendors above the following vendors participated in the event: Rodan and Fields by Destin Barnett, Ruth’s Florists and Gifts, Lipscense, Expedia Cruise Ship Centers by Cindy Steele, Trades of Hope by Trisha Sherlin, Mary Kay by Robin Lee and Dorothy Adams, Lula Roe by Veronica Harbin, Yoga East, Mix it Up Cup, and Avalon Design Studios. 



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