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ABPW In The News - ABPW discusses heart disease prevention

As appeared on www.clearlaketoday.com - February 24, 2014.

HOUSTON -- On February 6th, theAssociation of Business and Professional Women (ABPW) had the pleasure to have Katy Pryor, Director of the Galveston branch of the American Heart Association, as guest speaker in order to provide the sixty plus members of the group with up-to-date health information, critical for the prevention of heart disease.
“Heart disease is the leading cause of death for both men and women. Every minute in the United States, someone’s wife, mother, daughter or sister dies from heart disease”, said Mrs. Pryor during her presentation. “Important and effective prevention measures include the adoption of a more active lifestyle and the regular monitoring of cholesterol level and blood pressure.”
Mrs. Pryor also reminded ABPW members about the 2014 Bay Area Go Red for Women Luncheon, on February 28, 11:00 AM – 2:00PM, at the South Shore Harbour Resort in League City. Funds raised will benefit the Galveston and Clear Lake community as they will finance heart disease research, education and awareness for the nation’s number one health threat, killing more women than all forms of cancer combined. For more information call 713-610-5063.

ABPW members meet the first Thursday of every month at the Courtyard by Marriott Houston NASA/Clear Lake, at 7:00 AM.
For more information about ABPW, please contact (713) 898-8992 and visit http://www.abpwhouston.org/ . 

In the picture from Left to Right: Katy Pryor (Director of the Galveston branch of the American Heart Association) and Betty Phillips (Owner at AdvoCare).
Picture by J Pamela Photography.

APW In The News -

As appeared on Bay Area Citizen, page 4A - February 6, 2014

February marks the fiftieth anniversary of the Beatles’ U.S. debut on the Ed Sullivan Show back in 1964. To commemorate this momentous occasion, Bay Area Houston Ballet & Theatre invites you to come together, right now, for A Stroll Down Abbey Road. This contemporary-style dance production is a first for the company as it pays tribute to one of history’s most iconic musical groups.
Enjoy selections from the Beatles’ extensive catalog that reach beyond their acclaimed, best-selling Abbey Road album. Some of the featured songs include Here Comes the Sun, Because, Eleanor Rigby, Black Bird, Yellow Submarine and Lucy in the Sky with Diamonds.
“Guests will experience creative works developed by renowned choreographers including Ayman Harper, Max Issacson, Amber Thornton, Natalie Zundel and our artist in residence, Bobby Amamizu,” said Lynette Mason Gregg, founder of BAHBT. “We are delighted to present a variety of dance styles such as contemporary, tap, neo-classical and silks, all to some of the greatest music ever written.”
Evening and matinee performances span two weekends and are held at the Royal Academy of Fine Arts Oliver Theatre from February 14-23 at 2 and 7:30 p.m. Tickets are $20 for adults and $15 for students, seniors and members of the military. Bring your sweetheart to a romantic dinner-and-show event available on Valentine’s Day for $75 per person. This limited-seating engagement includes a scrumptious multi-course dinner and wine followed by the performance.

To purchase tickets contact office@bahbt.org, call 281-480-1617 or order them online at www.bahbt.org.

Bay Area Houston Ballet & Theatre dancers reenact the Abbey Road album cover. Approximately one dozen Beatle’s songs will be performed during the dance company’s tribute production. Image by J. Pamela Photography.