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A Healthy Journey for Two

“A Healthy Journey for Two” is a FREE two-hour class for women of all ages that covers how tobacco, alcohol and other drugs affect children during pregnancy and while breast-feeding. Pregnant attendees receive multiple chances to win free baby items throughout the class AND receive a gift card at the completion of ONE class. Any pregnant woman can attend. You must reserve your spot at least 24 hours in advance by emailing Mendy Mason or calling (502) 341-5400.

For the class schedule, visit the Kentucky page and click on Events.

 


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