MGH&FC Diabetes Support Groups Present “Sleep Secrets” Skit At Annual Luncheon In October
SHELTON, Wash. – Sleep can have a profound effect on diabetes, and understanding its impact in order to get it under control should be part of diabetes self-management. A “Sleep Secrets” skit will be presented at the Annual Buffet Luncheon for the combined Mason General Hospital & Family of Clinics’ Shelton and Allyn Diabetes Support Groups on Thursday, October 16, 2014 at 1 p.m. in the Hospital’s Pershing & Ellinor meeting rooms.
Come prepared to learn and laugh, as MGH&FC’s Diabetes Wellness Center staff perform a “Sleep Secrets” skit, written by Candy Mattson, R.D., certified diabetes educator for MGH&FC. Whether you sleep well or have trouble sleeping, this year’s topic adds an element of fun to make the road to better health a delightful learning experience! The two groups will also enjoy great food prepared by MGH&FC Executive Chef, John Cruse and his staff, as they prepare a delicious buffet lunch of salmon with a citrus glaze (chicken as an alternate), roasted herb potatoes, green beans with slivered almonds, spinach salad, and pumpkin pie.