2019 Teal Talk

/ September 12, 2019

NEA Baptist and First Security Bank present the 8th annual Teal Talk luncheon, raising awareness of ovarian cancer – which is also represented by the color teal. Teal Talk is a part of the Season of Hope initiative led by the NEA Baptist Charitable Foundation.

The complimentary luncheon will take place on Wednesday, September 18th, at the Southwest Church of Christ Better Life Center located at 1601 James Street in Jonesboro.

Dr. David Engle, gynecological oncologist, will be our featured speaker. He joined the Baptist Medical Group team in 2019 and is a native of Northeast Arkansas. Dr. Engle is grateful for the opportunity to care for patients here at home and sees patients at NEA Baptist in Jonesboro as well as Tennessee.

The doors will open at 11:30am, allowing participants time to browse several different health education resources. The program, including lunch, will begin at 12:00pm. Tickets may be reserved online at https://tealtalk2019.eventbrite.com or tickets can be picked up from one of the following locations:

  • NEA Baptist Clinic Wellness Center, 2617 Phillips Drive | 870-936-7955
  • First Security Bank Main Banking Center, 1341 Red Wolf Blvd | 870-930-2500
  • First Security SW Banking Center, 313 Southwest Drive | 870-930-2590
  • First Security hilltop Banking Center, 4204 Johnson Ave | 870-930-2520

To find a complete list of Season of Hope events visit: https://neacfoundation.org/hope/.

The NEA Baptist Charitable Foundation is a 501 c (3) non-profit organization that is committed to enhancing the lives of those it serves in Northeast Arkansas through the six programs it supports. The Foundation, through generous gifts from our community, touches every member and every corner of our region. The Foundation currently supports six programs: the Center for Good Grief, Center for Healthy Children, Medicine Assistance program, HopeCircle, Wellness Works and ShareHope. For more information about the NEA Baptist Charitable Foundation, visit NEABaptistFoundation.org.


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