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Beyond the Pink Ribbon & The Healing Power of Plants!

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As we commemorate Breast Cancer Awareness Month in October, The Greenhouse Project at Nay Park in Scranton welcomes Michele Tripus Orrson on Thursday, October 3rd at 6 p.m. Michele is a two-time cancer survivor, author of Beyond the Pink Ribbon: What I Wish I Knew About Breast Cancer (Before I Got It), and Integrative Nutrition Health Coach. Michele received her certification in Plant Based Nutrition from T. Colin Campbell’s Center for Nutrition Studies and her health coaching certification from the Institute for Integrative Nutrition.

Michele will share some of the risks factors for breast cancer and other cancers, as well as the benefits of a plant-based diet in prevention and healing of cancer and other chronic illnesses. Come learn about the power of “GBOMBS” and share some tasty, and cancer-fighting, treats afterwards!

Suggested donation is $5.00. The Greenhouse Project is located in the James Barrett McNulty Greenhouse, 200 Arthur Ave., Scranton, PA in Nay Aug Park. Please meter park on street or park adjacent to greenhouse or in parking lots at Nay Aug Park. (Greenhouse is located southwest end of park across street and down from Geisinger CMC.)

RSVP via the Facebook event, or by email to empoweredeatingplants@gmailcom!

Michele Tripus Orrson

Author: theplantbasednurse

An RN with a passion for the plant based lifestyle. Plant based eating saved my marriage, strengthened my family, improved our health, and is a blast!

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