Winters Chamber, Woodland Healthcare host business forum

By From page A7 | September 8, 2011

The Winters Chamber of Commerce and Woodland Healthcare invite the local and surrounding community businesses to the first Winters Business Forum on Thursday, Sept. 22.

This half-day, educational event, from 7:30 to 11:30 a.m., will feature a variety of business topics ranging from healthcare reform to stress management. The event will take place at the Winters Community Center, 201 Railroad Ave. in Winters.

Guest speakers include Christopher Kelsch, M.A. MPH, executive director of Winters Healthcare Foundation, who will discuss the impact of the healthcare reform to the business community; attorneys Eric Dair and Dennis Huie of Hanna, Brophy, Maclean, McAleer & Jensen LLP in Sacramento, who will discuss workers’ compensation and employment law; Peggy Schechter, R.N., BSN, PHN, NCM of Woodland Healthcare, who will talk about health and wellness in the workplace; and Heidi Mazares, R.N., certified CDSM master trainer of Woodland Healthcare, who will discuss ways to manage stress.

“We are bringing timely and useful information to businesses,” said Al Aldrete, executive director of the Winters Chamber of Commerce. “This is information that applies to all businesses, and it is something everyone can act on when they get back to the office.”

The cost to attend is $15 for Chamber members and $20 for non-members. Space is limited, so anyone interested in attending is encouraged to RSVP by calling the Chamber at (530) 795-2329.

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