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Novant Health hosts fifth annual Ladies’ Night Out in Salisbury

SALISBURY — Novant Health is offering a night of shopping and free health screenings Thursday at its fifth annual Ladies Night Out.

The event supports Novant Health Rowan Medical Center Foundation’s capital campaign for a new state-of-the-art Cancer Care Center.

Hours are 5 to 8 p.m. Thursday at the West End Plaza Event Center, 1935 Jake Alexander Blvd. Guests are encouraged to make a $10 donation to the foundation in place of an admission charge.

Ladies’ Night Out aims to promote women’s health by providing a comfortable environment for women to get annual health screenings. Screenings offered include A1C, body mass index, bone density, balance testing and more.

Guests will be able to enter drawings for door prizes from local vendors and indulge in chair massages and “mini” manicures.

Vendors will sell jewelry, clothing and personalized items. Beverages and light hors d’oeuvres will be served.

“This is a great opportunity for women in the community to come together and receive free screenings,” said Jessica Ijames, manager of social responsibility for Novant Health Rowan Medical Center. “Women will be able to receive free health screenings, eat, shop, socialize and enter to win prizes all while directly benefiting the health of the community.”

Participating vendors include Abigail’s – a cake affair, AnnaCraig Boutique, Novant Health Carolina Women’s Health Associates, Cauble Creek Vineyard, Foot’s Delight Neuro Reflexology, Greystone Salon and Spa, Homemade by Hanna, LuLaRoe, Lora Belle Baby, Norwex, The Pink Peony, Premier Designs, Purely and more.

Virtual Sounds will provide entertainment and a photo booth.

For more information, contact Jessica Ijames at 704-210-5630.

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