As part of the Go Red for Women campaign, the Northern Louisiana Medical Center and Ruston Cardiology Associates put on their first luncheon on Friday for National Wear Red Day.
As part of the event the luncheon featured not only Board Certified Interventional Cardiologist Michael Langiulli, but it also had various booths sets up for attendees to pick up information regarding ways to stay healthy and to help prevent cardiovascular complications.
Locals who have business ideas but can’t quite figure out where to start are in luck, as the I-20 Corridor Regional Accelerator training sessions kick off Tuesday.
“Entrepreneurs preparing to start and grow new ventures in 2014, will benefit from participating in the I-20 Corridor Regional Accelerator initiative,” Kathy Wyatt, director of the Technology Business Development Center at Louisiana Tech University, said. “This program helps entrepreneurs move from a business idea to an investor deck within three months.”
Gearing up for its busiest time of year, the North Central Alliance Partners in Prevention Advisory Board met last week to discuss upcoming projects, which include two mock crashes and the annual Lives Lost to Alcohol Display.
In addition to planning upcoming projects, Kip Franklin, with the Lincoln Parish Office of Homeland Security and Emergency Preparedness, served as guest speaker at the luncheon.
“Our biggest thing is school safety and school training right now,” Franklin said.