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Leigh Hatcher talk reminder
Saturday 27 June 2009
A quick reminder that author Leigh Hatcher will be speaking in Adelaide this evening (Saturday 27 June).
The talk, entitled "LifeWorks: Living with Chronic Fatigue (and caring for those who are)", will be held at Holy Trinity Parish Hall on North Terrace.
The cost is a donation to help cover costs. The organisers did request prior bookings (see below), but we are sure if a few extras showed up they could cope! The talk will be filmed and a DVD produced at some stage.
Here are the details again:
Saturday 27 June
Our Speaker, Leigh Hatcher, is one of Australia’s most experienced radio and television journalists, currently working for Sky News. He vanished overnight from people’s TV screens at the height of his career when he was struck by Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (CFS). Despite everything, Leigh’s faith remained intact.
Leigh will talk about his “wildnerness of pain, exhaustion and confusion that defied medical diagnosis”, his acute physical suffering, the personal losses he endured and the faith that sustained him through it all.
A night of encouragement for those suffering with CFS and practical insight for others on how to love and support anyone who is wrestling with this challenging illness.
RSVP by Tuesday 23 June to the Trinity Office ph 8213 7300 or email email@example.com.
Donations to cover costs appreciated.
Download the flyer (PDF, 464KB).
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