Freedom for Family Wellness Summit

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Freedom for Family Wellness Summit

Time: October 21, 2010 to October 24, 2010
Location: Washington, DC
Website or Map: http://www.familywellnessfirs…
Event Type: conference
Latest Activity: Oct 24, 2010

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Come celebrate the shift to conscious choice at the Freedom for Family Wellness Summit, October 21-24, 2010 in Washington D.C. I am excited to announce that I will be speaking there with esteemed leaders of the vitalistic movement. I hope to see you there.
http://www.familywellnessfirst.org

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