Can Weight Watchers work for you? Find out May 12

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Can Weight Watchers work for you? Find out May 12

Attend the Weight Watchers at Work open house and register for the next 17-week session; friends and family members welcome

May 3, 2010
Jennifer Hudson

Jennifer Hudson singer, actress, Weight Watchers spokesperson

The Hutchinson Center’s Weight Watchers at Work program will kick off a new session with an open house and registration Wednesday, May 12, 11:45 a.m.-12:30 p.m. in the Arnold Building, M1-A303. All Center and Seattle Cancer Care Alliance employees, families and friends are welcome to attend.

The next 17-week Weight Watchers at Work session will run Wednesdays, May 19 through Sept. 8, noon-12:30 p.m. (weigh-in starts at 11:45 a.m.) in M1-A303. The $186 registration fee is payable by cash, check or credit card, in full, or in installments (three checks are required at registration) and includes 17 weeks of free eTools.

Weight Watchers at Work organizers need a minimum of 20 registrants by May 12 to continue offering free eTools, a point tracker designed to help members connect to the Weight Watchers eating plan between meetings.

For more information on Weight Watchers and the success story of singer, actress Jennifer Hudson visit If you have questions about the Day Campus program, contact Cathy Baker at

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