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Dr. Phil Aaron message at Jones Chapel addresses health issues

Next 4th Thursday program at Jones Chapel United Methodist Church: Bishop Gerald, Rev. Laverne Reliford on marriage

By Terry Partin

Dr. Phil Aaron of Dr. Phil Aaron Medical Center, Columbia, KY, was the featured speaker for the fourth Thursday night program on March 26th. Dr. Aaron's presentation focused on the topics of blood pressure, blood glucose and lipids.

The monthly Thursday night program provides a platform for a wide selection of both spiritual and educational topics.

The April 23, 2009, at 6:00pmCT, the Fourth Thursday night program will feature Bishop Gerald and Rev. Laverne Reliford, New Life for the Nations, Columbia, KY, as they present a mini-version of their nationally recognized, spiritually based marriage seminar.

Jones Chapel United Methodist Church is located at 2267 Jones Chapel RD, Columbia, Ky between KY 61 south and KY 80 west. -TERRY PARTIN

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Dr. Phil Aaron 4th Thursday speaker at Jones Chapel

2009-03-27 - 2267 Jones Chapel Road, Columbia, KY - Photo by Rita Partin.
DR> PHIL AARON MADE SOME SERIOUS POINTS on health issues relating to blood pressure, blood glucose and lipids as he spoke to an attentive audience at the fourth Thursday night program on March 26, 2009. Jones Chapel United Methodist Church conducts healthy lifestyle meetings each fourth Thursday.

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