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Mom Matters is a brand new event series from Charlotte Parent that brings moms together to hear local leaders share information on popular parenting topics. Join us May 1 for our first event at the Ballantyne Hotel & Lodge. We'll be talking about Healthy Family Makeovers and enjoying lunch, goody bags, door prizes and more!


Topic: Healthy Family Makeovers

May 1, 2015, 11:30am-1:30pm
The Ballantyne Hotel and Lodge, 10000 Ballantyne Commons Parkway, Charlotte, NC 28277

If you're a busy mom who is struggling to find time to concentrate on your family's health, mark your calendar for Friday, May 1, when we debut the first installment of our new Mom Matters series. Enjoy a yummy (and nutritious!) lunch as you learn easy ways to improve your family's lifestyle.

Health and fitness experts Brooke Thomas of 360YourLife and Devan Kline of Burn Boot Camp will discuss nutrition, mental makeovers, meal prep tips, fitness goals and more. Brooke, Devan and Charlotte Parent editor Michele Huggins will open the floor at the end of the event with a discussion panel to answer all of your healthy family questions. Plus, you'll walk away with an insulated goody bag (perfect for a day at the beach or playground) and a possible door prize!


Brooke Thomas, president and founder of 360YourLife, a program that helps people experience a full circle transformation by teaching them how to live a healthier, more fulfilling life. Brooke is a certified nutritional consultant in holistic nutrition and a Healthy Hands Cooking certified instructor for school-age children.

Devan Kline, founder and creator of Burn Bootcamp, a fit community of moms with eight locations in the greater Charlotte area. Devan, a personal trainer and a fitness nutrition specialist, and his wife Morgan have helped moms across North Carolina drop over 80,000 pounds!

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