2nd Cup of Coffee meets

The 2nd Cup of Coffee group held its monthly meeting on Jan. 14 in SAMC's Terrace Cafeteria. 4446SecondCupOfCoffeeEricDaffron310x153 In the photo, Eric Daffron, division director, SAMC Information Systems speaks to attendees on the topic of, "What the Heck is Snap Chatting?" Part of SAMC's Senior Discovery program, 2nd Cup of Coffee meets the second Wednesday each month from 9:30–11 a.m. in the Terrace Cafeteria. Programs include games, fellowship and health related presentations. Membership is free with Senior Discovery membership. New members receive a free 2nd Cup of Coffee mug and free coffee.

Sweet Tea Society event planned

Guy Middleton, MD, OBGYN, will address the Sweet Tea Society on Thursday, Feb. 4467Middleton153x310 12 at 5:30 p.m. His topic will be "Family Cravings." Dr. Middleton will discuss how to know when it's time to have a baby, getting your body ready for pregnancy and how to convince your spouse it's time to start a family. Having a baby is a special time in a woman's life. There is no perfect formula to determine when to have a baby. Dr. Middleton will discuss when you know it is time to have a baby, getting your body ready for pregnancy and how to convince you husband it is time to start a family.
Immediately following Dr. Middleton's presentation, we will have a sampling of cravings that includes ice cream and pickles. Since starting a family is a peach of an idea, we'll have plenty of peach flavored tea. Door prizes will be given away. The event is free to the public, make your reservation by calling 334-793-8107.

Yunis to speak at Senior Discovery event

Nidal Yunis, MD, cardiologist, will speak at a Senior Discovery event on Monday, 0022Yunis153x310 Feb. 2 at 11:30 a.m. at The Depot Off Main. As a cardiologist, Dr. Yunis works with patients with suspected heart problems by carefully reviewing their medical history and performing a complete physical exam. At this event, Dr. Yunis will discuss risk factors for heart disease. Attendees are encouraged to participate in the question and answer period following Dr. Yunis' presentation. The topic is "Risk Factors for Heart Disease," and the cost is $5 per person. Make reservations by calling 334-712-3336.