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Mountain Area Health Education Center’s Diversity Resource Council presents a free lunch session, “Values of Traditional Appalachian Culture and Economic Roots,” on Thursday, Feb. 24, from noon to 1:30 p.m. in the MAHEC Bridge Building, classroom 3. The free program, open to the public and regional health and human services professionals, will explore the ways Western North Carolina’s distinct history of politics and economics has shaped regional cultural attitudes and influences patient care. Thomas Plaut, professor of sociology emeritus at Mars Hill College, will be the featured speaker.
For more information, e-mail MAHEC at email@example.com. Videoconferencing is available.