Julia Bowlin, M.D., owner and medical director of Versailles Medical Center, has been invited to be the featured speaker for the Feb. 13 meeting. Dr. Bowlin is a newly published author with her book entitled ‘To Me I Thee Wed.’ On the cover she states, ‘Be your own better half. Discover how to love, honor, and cherish yourself forever after.’ Because of her past emotional struggles, her BA degree in Socio-Anthropology, and her Doctorate of Medicine degree, she has an intimate as well as a professional understanding of how personal, social, and cultural influences can impact one's inner self. She has a fresh perspective and approach to guiding you towards excavating your best inner self, using common sense ideas, traditional values, and modern understanding. Bowlin’s undergraduate degree in Socio-Anthropology was received at Earlham College in Indiana in 1988. She attended Wright State University School of Medicine in Dayton and received her M.D. in June, 1993. Dr. Bowlin did her family medicine residency at St. Elizabeth Hospital in Dayton.
The Club will meet in the Private Dining Room at the Brethren Retirement Community located at 750 Chestnut, Greenville. The dinner meeting begins at 6:30 p.m.
The Greenville BPW Club would like to invite women interested in learning more about the club to the meeting. Call Marilyn Emmons at 548-5824 by noon on Feb. 10 to make a reservation to attend. The cost is $10 per person.