TIFTON -- Nearly 1,000 women showed up Saturday for Tift Regional Hospital's annual tribute to the mind, body and spirit.
The Women's Event, which features an assortment of health, cosmetic and psychological vendors, was held for the first time at the University of Georgia's Conference Center.
Highlighting the showcase was Constance Ramos, host of ABC's hit show, "Extreme Makeover: Home Edition," who explained to the women in the John Hunt Auditorium the ins and outs of making over their lives.
Fitting well with the mental make-over being given out by Ramos, Bella's of Albany set up several hair and makeup stations to give make-overs of a more physical kind.
All total, 24 different vendors set up booths, from Ruth's Cottage to TRMC, who provided free health screenings.
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